Man Who Tweeted Threat Involving Trinity High School Won't Do Time

(Louisville, KY) - The man who tweeted a threatening message involving Trinity High School in November won't spend any time behind bars.  

Thor Wiljanen posted several threatening messages from the Twitter account "Proud Clarion" when Trinity alum Jeff Brohm decided not to take the UofL coaching job.

Wiljanen won't serve his 180-day sentence, as long as he stays out of trouble for the next two years and avoids contact with Trinity.  

He pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor terroristic threat charge Thursday.  

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