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Pirate Sentenced to Fresno California Prison For Posting Deadpool on FacebookByNitish Singh-October 5, 2018.806 22-year-old Trevon Franklin was sentenced to three weeks ‘ imprisonment for posting a copy of Deadpool. In 2016 the film was released using its screen name “Tre-Von M. King .. “A federal court in California passed the order. The three-week sentence of a global war on piracy. The sentence could have lasted up to six months but leniency was shown by the judge. In early 2016, Franklin uploaded a copy of Deadpool under its username “Tre-Von M. King. “On Facebook the movie has been watched 6386456 times. An enquiry into Fbi led to the man’s arrest and Franklin pled guilty in court. At Facebook home to 2 billion users a month, Deadpool’s pirated copy accrued a huge number of views that prompted Franklin’s claim. With all of Franklin’s Facebook credentials available on Franklin’s profile it was convenient for the authorities to capture him. Deadpool distributor 20 th Century Fox found the upload that contributed to the investigation into Fbi. Last month, the Us government proposed a six-month term, but Franklin will have to serve much less. The authorities requested a longer sentence because of how public Franklin was about the incident and it seemed that he didn’t care if his upload would affect the filmmakers. The court handling the case handed down a short sentence as Franklin had no previous infringements and regretted his decision to upload the video.