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White Supremacist Gets 6 Years For Threatening Jury, Witnesses At Synagogue Shooter’s Trial

via West Virginia Division of Corrections
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A self-proclaimed white supremacist, Hardy Carroll Lloyd, has been sentenced to over six years in federal prison for making online threats towards the jury and witnesses involved in the trial of a man who killed 11 people at a Pittsburgh synagogue.

Lloyd targeted the jury and witnesses due to their Jewish faith and was described as a leader of a white supremacy movement by the U.S. Justice Department.

He was arrested for sending threatening social media posts and emails during the trial.

In a separate incident, he allegedly posted threatening comments about carrying a firearm onto the Texas Capitol grounds.

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