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New Jersey man gets 16 months for doxxing federal judge on Facebook and Twitter

Kaetz admitted he posted the judge's home address on his Facebook and Twitter accounts with the knowledge and intent that others might cause her harm.

8/4/2021 1:16:00 AM

Kaetz admitted he posted the judge's home address on his Facebook and Twitter accounts with the knowledge and intent that others might cause her harm.

Kaetz admitted he posted the judge's home address on his Facebook and Twitter accounts with the knowledge and intent that others might cause her harm.

accounts with the knowledge and intent that others might cause her harm.A New Jersey man was sentenced Monday to 16 months in prison for posting a federal judge's home address online. This is a stock image of judge and gavel.Andrey Popov/GettyIn September, Kaetz reportedly had a civil matter pending in court. According to the U.S. attorney's office, Kaetz sent a letter to the presiding judge's court asking her to expedite his case. When investigators interviewed Kaetz on September 24, he told them he had obtained the unnamed judge's home address.

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A week later he allegedly left a voicemail at the judge's office saying he wanted her off the case and that he"wouldn't take no for an answer." He then sent a message to her personal email account calling the judge a"traitor" for what he referred to as"stonewalling" his case.

Kaetz wrote he would try"not to harm the traitor," but said,"God knows who has a grievance and what will happen after that." The crime of being a traitor, he wrote, according to the criminal complaint,"has a death sentence." headtopics.com

The charge of threatening to murder a judge, which was dropped, can carry a penalty of up to ten years.Kaetz's arrest came a few months after an angry lawyer shot and killed a judge's son and wounded her husband at their home. He then killed himself. This attack prompted legislation aimed at protecting judges' personal information.

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