VOA News
August 17, 2011

A British court has sentenced two men to four years in prison for their failed attempts to use the social networking site Facebook to incite rioting during last week’s unrest in the country.

Jordan Blackshaw, 20, and Perry Sutcliffe-Keenan, 22, were convicted of creating Facebook pages aimed at encouraging violent disorder in their hometowns in northwest England.

Both men pleaded guilty to creating the pages, which were entitled “Smash Down Northwich Town” and “Let’s Have a Riot in Latchford.”

Police say they infiltrated the Facebook page of Blackshaw last week and promptly arrested him after no one else joined him for the riot. Sutcliffe-Keenan’s page was only up for a few hours before he took it down.

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