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Student Faces 10 Years for Anti-LGBTQ Bomb Threat

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High schooler Jonathan Radford, 18, was arrested on October 19 in Spartanburg, South Carolina for posting online at Twitter that he had made a bomb and planned on targeting LGBTQ students at his school. Making such threats — even falsely — is punishable by up to 10 years in prison with a minimum one-year sentence on conviction. Redford is being held on $2,000 bond.

Updated 2:14 pm, November 4, 2018
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