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Outing snitch to cost Forsyth 10 years in prison
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A drug dealer who tried to out an informant on Facebook has been sentenced to a decade behind bars for coercion of a witness.The man, Bobby E. Forsyth entered best-interest pleas before Circuit Court Judge Bart Stanley to charges of facilitating the delivery of meth and coercion of a witness and was ordered to serve 10 years in the state penitentiary. He must also pay $2,000 plus costs.His sentence comes after he was busted for delivering meth to an undercover police informant within a few hundred feet of a daycare. The offense constituted drug dealing in a school zone which brings a harsher punishment under state law.Facing the serious charge, lawmen say Forsyth contacted a relative from jail and urged her to post something on Facebook, identifying the agent who helped get him busted.

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