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Utah Man Sentenced for Terror Attack Lie

A man who admitted he made up a story about being attacked by terrorists on the Navajo Reservation has been sentenced to three years on probation. Gregory Lee also was ordered to seek psychiatric help and to pay restitution to the law enforcement agencies that investigated. The amount of restitution is yet to be determined. “Just crying wolf can cause you a lot of trouble,” U.S. District Judge Dee Benson said at Tuesday’s sentencing. Lee, 26, an ExxonMobil employee working in a gasoline processing facility in Aneth, Utah, told authorities that shortly after arriving for work on Feb. 19, he felt an object pressed against his neck and a man with a thick accent asked him if the facility was a nuclear installation. Full Story

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