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U.S. Marine impersonator sentenced for cyberstalking

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A 29-year-old man has been sentenced to more than a year in prison for posing as a U.S. Marine and cyberstalking and threatening women on online dating sites across Virginia and the mid-Atlantic region. James M. Johnson, of Roxboro, N.C., pleaded guilty in federal court in Alexandria to one count of cyberstalking and one count of making interstate threats. He was sentenced Friday to 15 months...

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