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Guilderland students face criminal charges in online rap video

Four charged under county cyberbullying law

Guilderland Police spokesman Capt. Curtis Cox, addresses members of the media after 4 individuals turned themselves in for posting a video on YouTube Thursday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Guilderland Police spokesman Capt. Curtis Cox, addresses members of the media after 4 individuals turned themselves in for posting a video on YouTube Thursday.
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The four Guilderland High School students suspended over a rap song they allegedly made that included vulgar references to fellow students are now facing criminal charges, accused of violating a county cyberbullying statute. Each turned themselves in Thursday to the Guilderland Police Department. If convicted, the maximum penalty is a year in jail. The four are accused of creating and posting online the rap song, in which they named 20 Guilderland High School sophomores, attributing ...

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