On August 8, 2018 Nicholas James Rountree was adjudicated guilty of one count “written threats to do bodily injury,” a second-degree felony. The charge stemmed from material Rountree had posted to his Twitter feed, allegedly in an attempt to expose corruption he had seen in the Army.
Rountree — no “d” — was ultimately sentenced to five years in prison, to be followed by two years community control, and then eight years of probation.
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