MAXIMUM SENTENCES for rioters are continuing as a 21-year-old man was jailed for four months for posting a riot invitation that appeared on Facebook for 20 minutes.
According to the BBC, Caernarfon magistrates heard that David Glyn Jones of Bangor, Gwynedd, said on the social networking web site, "Let's start Bangor riots."
The invitation was posted as a Facebook 'event' on 9 August.
The court then heard that an ex-colleague of Jones saw the Facebook post and reported it to the police.
Jones admitted the offense under the Communications Act, but his lawyer said he did not think it would be taken seriously. He told police it was "a moment of stupidity" that he regretted.
The court heard that Jones had typed, "I don't see why everyone's complaining about the rioters. Given the chance I'd love to smash up a police car, wouldn't you?"
At least six people in the UK have now been identified and dealt with for using social networks to encourage disorder.
Earlier this month, The INQUIRER reported that while two men had been imprisoned for four years for inciting riots on Facebook, another man got off scot-free after writing a letter of apology, highlighting the capriciousness of the UK's judicial system. µ
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