Fake Hate Crime Outcome

With racial tensions already high on university campuses across the U.S., and 100 black activists from New Jersey’s Kean University holding a protest rally against racial intolerance, the leader of a black student group thought she could throw a little gas on the fire, stir up the crowd and do so anonymously.

It backfired, and Monday Kayla-Simone McKelvey, 25, pleaded guilty to creating a false alarm by tweeting anonymous death threats against fellow black students Nov. 17. She’s now facing jail and a large restitution fine.

What ya think 10 years in prison?

 

Black activist guilty of tweeting anti-black ‘threats’ A Free Press For A Free People Since 1997

 

 

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