From EAG News:

UNION, N.J. – A former Kean University student faces up to five years in prison after police allege she posted fake racial threats on Twitter against black students on campus.

Kayla-Simone McKelvey, 24, is charged with one count of causing a false public alarm in the third degree for allegedly posting the threats Nov. 17 during a Black Lives Matter rally at the school’s Union campus, PIX 11 reports.

McKelvey graduated from Kean last spring but remained politically active at the school, and was one of the leaders in a days-long protest in support of black students at the University of Missouri and Yale University.

Police contend McKelvey left the event and dashed into the library, where she set up a fake Twitter account – @keanuagainstblk – and sent out nine threatening messages in the span of about five minutes.

Bar Stool Sports captured the tweets:

“I will kill every black male and female at kean university”

“I will shoot every black woman and male I see at kean university”

“I will shoot any black person I see at kean university”

“@KeanUniversity theres a bomb on your campus”

“kean university twitter against blacks is for everyone who hates blacks people”

“the cops wont save you …. you’re black #keanuniversity”

“black people at kean university will die #keanuniversity”

“@kupolice I will kill all the blacks tonight, tomorrow and any other day if they go to Kean university”

“@DawoodNot tell every black person that you know they will die…

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