A Florida teen has been sentenced to four months in prison for threatening in an eMail message to finish what two student gunmen started last spring at Columbine High School.

U.S. Attorney Tom Strickland said the April 28 sentencing of Michael Ian Campbell, 18, delivered a message that internet threats will not be tolerated.

"When we first charged this case, we made it clear that this kind of conduct was serious conduct that had serious consequences, that these types of threats would not be tolerated," Strickland said.

On Dec. 15, Campbell sent an online message telling Columbine

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