Quote:In the midst of the November student protests at Missouri University and Yale University, nearly 100 Kean students took part in rallies against racism. But shortly afterwards, a Twitter account called @keanuagainstblk promised violence against black students, making both bombing and shooting threats. “i will kill every black male and female at kean university [sic]” the account promised.
[quote]But police tracked the tweets backs to Kayla-Simone McKelvey, a former Kean student and one of the leaders of the protests. According to police, “McKelvey left the [protest], and went to the college library, a few steps away, where she set up a Twitter account under a handle meant to conceal her identity.”
Investigators then claim that McKelvey “returned to the demonstration and made reference to the posts, in an apparent attempt to increase the urgency of her event.” McKelvey also tweeted out a screenshot of the tweets from her own personal account.
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