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CLEVELAND (AP) -
An Ohio man who had been arrested for
drunken-driving has been sentenced to 17 months in prison for subsequent
Facebook rants against police and judges.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports that 27-year-old William
Bement was sentenced Wednesday after pleading guilty to attempted retaliation.
The North Olmsted man was given
probation on a drunken-driving conviction on Feb. 5. That's when authorities
say he took to Facebook to post comments such as "stop shooting up schools
and start shooting cops in courthouses."
Another said, "Kill your
Bement told the judge Wednesday
that he was just venting and never intended for anybody to feel threatened. He
said he did it for "shock value."
A prosecutor said someone else
could have read the postings and acted on them.
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