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MySpace lyric post prompts conviction (access required)

A Norfolk man who posted menacing lyrics on his MySpace page can be convicted of communicating written threats, even if the alleged victim didn’t have a computer, the Court of Appeals ruled last Tuesday. John Holcomb used online rhythm and rhyme to broadcast his animosity toward his former girlfriend during a custody battle over the couple’s ...

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