SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Court of Appeals has upheld the state’s electronic harassment law in a decision that could have implications for future cases of social media messaging.
In a decision published Saturday, the state appeals court ruled against a Lehi man accused of sending dozens of profane messages over Facebook to someone he disagreed with about a development project in 2018.
“Are you such a f—ing b— you don’t want to take the time to drive your children across Kevin bacon’s rail road tracks?” said one message, according to the ruling.
“Perhaps I should contact the first presidency to strip you of all dignity,” said another in the series
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