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Judge: Case against League of Legends player will proceed

After a judge's ruling, the case against a League of Legends player who made what's been characterized as a "terrorist threat" on Facebook will proceed, KENS 5 in San Antonio, Texas reports.

The judge denied a motion to dismiss the case against Justin Carter, who was arrested earlier this year after another player called him crazy, and he responded by posting on Facebook.

"I'm fucked in the head alright, I think Imma shoot up a kindergarten and watch the blood of the innocent reign down," Kotaku quotes him as writing.

Charged with making terrorist threat, he spent four months in prison. After receiving an anonymous that allowed his family to post $500,000 for bail, he told CNN in that he was "elated" to be free and that he was "taking it one step at a time."

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