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HARRISBURG, Pa. – A Pennsylvania college student has been convicted of threatening to copy last year’s Virginia Tech shootings in a posting on his MySpace page. Steven Voneida was found guilty in federal court Monday of transmitting communication containing a threat to injure.Acting U.S. Attorney Martin Carlson says the Penn State-Harrisburg student threatened that he would someday “make the Virginia Tech incident look like a trip to an amusement park” in a posting two days after the April 2007 shootings. Carlson says the posting also included a picture of shooter Seung-Hui Cho and a poem paying tribute to Cho. Voneida’s attorney didn’t immediately return a telephone message seeking comment Tuesday. A sentencing date hasn’t been scheduled.

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