Man gets prison for cyberstalking Georgetown Law interviewer
WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) - A Delaware man has been sentenced to nearly four years in prison for cyberstalking a Georgetown Law School interviewer who didn't recommend him for admission.
The News Journal of Wilmington reports Ho Ka Terence Yung was sentenced Wednesday for what prosecutors say was a "graphic and psychotic course of intimidation" that spanned 18 months. They say Yung shared solicitation posts involving the victim's wife and created online accounts detailing the victim and his family's white supremacy.
They say he also created a blog in the victim's name and wrote a detailed account of child rape and pretended to be a woman raped by the victim. The cyberstalking happened after Yung got a full scholarship to the University of Texas Law School and was interning at the Texas Attorney General's Office.
Information from: The News Journal of Wilmington, Del., http://www.delawareonline.com
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