[Ed. – This has happened so often now that we really are justified in waiting with due skepticism to find out the truth about these claims of racist or “homophobic” threats.]
Online threats to “kill every black male and female” at Kean University were fabricated by a former student and activist, a New Jersey county prosecutor, Grace H. Park, announced on Tuesday. The Star-Ledger reports that Kayla-Simone McKelvey, who is black, was charged with a third-degree count of creating a false public alarm.
According to the newspaper, an investigation by the university’s police department and the Union County prosecutor’s office revealed that Ms. McKelvey left in the middle of a November 17 rally against racism, used a computer in a university library to create an anonymous Twitter account, and began to tweet threats. She then returned, the police said, and showed the tweets to participants.