Black Man Posing as White Supremist Enters Guilty Plea For Sending Death Threats to Black Students
So much for that post-racial America--
He claimed to be a white supremist upset by the election of Barack Obama.
Dyron Hart, a former Nicholls State football player, faces 5 years in prison and a fine of $250,000.
A black man posing as a white supremist on the internet entered a guilty plea for communicating threats against black students after the election of Barack Obama.
WWL reported, via Free Republic:
A black man who pretended to be a white supremacist on the Internet has entered a guilty plea to charges that he issued death threats.
U.S. Attorney Jim Letten says 20-year old Dyron Hart pled guilty in federal court to "communicating threats in interstate commerce."
"According to court documents, Hart... admitted that he created a fictitious name and used the photograph of a white supremacist to communicated a threat. He then purported to be a person outraged by the election of President Barack Obama," Letten said in a news release.
Letten says that Hart sent the threat to an African American student at Nicholls State University in Thibodaux "indicating he wanted to kill African American individuals because of the election of the President."
Hart now faces a maximum 5 years in prison and a fine of $250,0000.