S.C. teen sentenced to 10 years for plot to attack school

South Carolina teen Ryan Schallenberger apologized before a federal judge yesterday before being sentences to 10 years behind bars for his plan to blow up his high school.

Schallenberger faced up to 30 years in prison for his plot to blow up Chesterfield High School in April of 2008. His plan, found in a journal by his parents, were to attack the school by placing bombs in its parking lot and shooting those inside after chaining the doors shut.

The State has the post on Schallenberger's background as well as yesterday's ruling.

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