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From Suspended Sentence To Effective Jail Because of Facebook!!

Daniel Sleddin, 27, and his brother, Samuel, 22, insulted on Facebook, the judge who sent them home with a conviction of two years in prison with suspended sentence. 

Accused of drug traffic, the Slender brothers were overjoyed with the sentence, leaving them free. They gave vent to joy on Facebook, but they were to far in the comments, insulting the judge who had pronounced the sentence. 

So the judge called them on the court again and changed the sentence from suspended to effective. 
According to British media, the brothers wrote letters apologizing to the judge, but the sentence seems final: two years in jail.
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