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Felon who assaulted officers gets 5 years for Facebook threat against NYPD officer

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A convicted felon, whose rap sheet dates back to 2008, is going to prison for 5 years for threatening the life of an NYPD police officer on Facebook.

“The defendant’s persistent criminality after multiple convictions in which he received judicial slaps on the wrist, ends today,” the fed-up federal judge said Monday during sentencing.

25-year-old Nickolaus Daley posted photos of himself on Facebook holding a handgun, while intimidating the School Safety Officer on March 5. The 9mm pistol he displayed on Facebook was never recovered.

Daley broke out into a tirade– calling the cop a “snitch a-b-tch,” while mocking her job. “Shoulda stayed in school (college) uneducated bumb [sic] b—-ez,” he wrote.

The online threats came shortly after he intimidated the off-duty officer, as she walked her teenage daughter to school, the NY Daily News reports.

Daley pleaded guilty to being a felon in possession of a firearm. He’s had arrests in the past for identity theft and assaults on police officers, according to the Daily News.

When Daley asked Judge William Kuntz to ‘give him a break’, saying he had plans to go to medical school and become a trauma surgeon– the judge told him to take advantage of educational services offered in federal prison.

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