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Pictured: The parents of Nyah James L-R Susan and Domininique Williams, outside Swansea Magistrates Court. Tuesday 02 May 2017<br />
Re: A man who sent abusive messages to girls he believed had bullied his late sister has been spared jail by a judge, who said he had been "irrational with grief".<br />
Jordan Clements' 14-year-old sister Nyah James was found dead at her home in Blaenymaes, Swansea, in February.<br />
Swansea Magistrates' Court heard Clements later targeted four girls.<br />
The 20-year-old pleaded guilty to two counts of harassment and two counts of sending offensive communications.<br />
Clements was ordered to complete a 125-hour community order as well as 15 days of rehabilitation.<br />
District Judge Neale Thomas said he could have sent Clements to prison because of the targeted and frightening online messages he sent to his four victims, which the court heard were abusive and threatening.<br />
However, Judge Thomas said the defendant had become "irrational with grief" following Nyah's death.
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Pictured: The parents of Nyah James L-R Susan and Domininique Williams, outside Swansea Magistrates Court. Tuesday 02 May 2017
Re: A man who sent abusive messages to girls he believed had bullied his late sister has been spared jail by a judge, who said he had been "irrational with grief".
Jordan Clements' 14-year-old sister Nyah James was found dead at her home in Blaenymaes, Swansea, in February.
Swansea Magistrates' Court heard Clements later targeted four...
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