Thursday, November 16, 2006

A black college student illegally accessed another student's e-mail account to send racist and threatening messages to about 20 other black students

Associated Press:

Douglas A. Spadey, 18, of Philadelphia, was arraigned yesterday on charges of unlawful use of a computer, harassment by communication and terroristic threats, Cpl. Robert Burns said.

The messages were sent Monday and Mr. Spadey admitted sending them, Cpl. Burns said.

"This individual was trying to call attention to himself . . . (and) it blew up in his face," police Chief Tom Nelson said. "He didn't understand that this is a big issue."

The university closed the e-mail account used to send the messages and notified all students, faculty and staff of the incident.

"Acts of this nature will not be tolerated at Edinboro University," President Frank Pogue said in a statement.

Mr. Spadey was in Erie County Prison in lieu of $10,000 bond, Cpl. Burns said.

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At 9:43 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

All of these so-called "hate crimes" against blacks are nothing but hoaxes and scams to get attention. I don't agree with the hate crimes laws, but I am at the very least happy to see them applied to everybody, instead of innocent whites. It is high time that these minority whiners begin to suffer under the asinine laws they said were needed to stop white racism. The only racism I see is from blacks and hispanics. Like the mob in California that wanted to kill white girls on Halloween or the La Raza scum.


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