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Saturday, 22 May 2010

MySpace gang portrayal figures in jail sentence : Police Blotter : The Buffalo News

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MySpace gang portrayal figures in jail sentence : Police Blotter : The Buffalo News: "MySpace page that portrayed Eddie A. Robinson II as a member of a Niagara Falls street gang helped earn him a year in the Niagara County Jail Friday.
Robinson, 18, of Seventh Street, had pleaded guilty in March to attempted second-degree criminal possession of a weapon for throwing a handgun away as police were chasing him Dec. 15 at Eighth Street and Ferry Avenue in the Falls.
Deputy District Attorney Doreen M. Hoffmann produced printouts from Robinson’s page on the MySpace networking Web site, in which photos showed him as a member of DBA. Hoffmann identified that as a gang called “Dem Boyz Amazing.”
“I haven’t been on MySpace in two or three years. They’re old pictures,” Robinson protested."

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