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"Federal Jury Convicts Black Mountain, N.C. Man For Communicating A Death Treat On Twitter," reads the headline of a Justice Department press release. (Here's an archive copy in case the press release is corrected.) Typos happen—I've made plenty in my posts—and this one is no big deal, but I thought it was mildly amusing in a macabre way, so I passed it along.
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