May 28, 2023 at 11:11 am
Troy Smocks, who was sentenced to 14 months in prison following threats he posted on now-offline conservative platform Parler, is suing Parler for $370 million.Parler banned Smocks after calling for violence in the wake of the insurrection on January 6, 2021. "Over the next 24 hours, I would say lets [sic] get our personal affairs in order. Prepare our weapons, and then go get'em," he posted on January 7. "Lets hunt these cowards down like the Traitors that each of them are. This includes RINOS, Dems, and Tech Execs. We now have the green light."
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In October 2021, Smocks pled guilty to a felony count of making interstate threats, and was convicted. Now, as first reported by Gizmodo, Smocks is suing Parler for banning him following the comments. The
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