Arizona Man is Sentenced to Prison for Making Death Threats Against Black Students at Harvard

Maria Perez
Jul 23, 2019 - 5:15
Arizona Man is Sentenced to Prison for Making Death Threats Against Black Students at Harvard

An Arizona man was sentenced to over a year in prison after threatening to shoot the attendees of Harvard University’s first-ever Black commencement ceremony and then threatened to bomb the school.   Nicholas Zuckerman, 25, was sentenced to 15 months in prison by a federal judge in Boston, MassLive reported. Zuckerman, who lives in Phoenix, was indicted in 2018 after making threats on Harvard University’s Instagram page in May 2017 before the graduation ceremonies. Under the username “russian_goalkeeper94,” the...

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