Spammer Gets Nine Years
Nine years? As Xoverboard points out, what is he, the most dangerous man in America? You don't get that much time for manslaughter or child molestation in a lot of places.
At least the judge has allowed him to remain on bond pending the appeal, citing serious constitutional issues with the law, not the least of which is that is seeks to regulate activity outside of Virginia:
[Loudoun County Circuit Judge Thomas Horne] said he might also reconsider the sentence if Jaynes loses the appeal. "I do not believe a person should go to prison for a law that is invalid," he said. "There are substantial legal issues that need to be brought before the appellate court."
No one likes spammers, but this is excessive.
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