#BlackLivesMatter Activist Busted For Fake Twitter Threats Against Black Students (photo)

Dec 2, 2015

PHOTO: A #BlackLivesMatter activist who attended November protests at New Jersey’s Kean University and “fabricated” online racial threats against her fellow black protestors there has been arrested. 

#BlackLivesMatter activist Kayla-Simone McKelvey arrested for tweeting phony racial threats against black protestors

Kayla-Simone McKelvey, 24, was charged this week with instigating a false public alarm in the third-degree.

A graduate of Kean herself -- and onetime president of Kean's Pan African Student Union -- the terror suspect participated in a campus rally staged on November 17th by black students to “expose racism” at American colleges.

That assembly started out peaceful, but prosecutors say rabble-rouser McKelvey sought to make it a major headline by slipping away from the crowd for a few minutes so she could post fake threats from a phony Twitter account.

“I will shoot every black woman and male I see at Kean University,” read one of those tweets published via a school computer under the newly-invented username @keanuagainstblk.

McKelvey then quickly rejoined demonstrators, but, because her onerous Twitter warnings failed to produce immediate alarm among them, she “attempted to spread awareness of the threats she had just fabricated.”

That follow-up approach did work, striking fear in #BlackLivesMatter supporters nationwide and creating a “heightened security” situation at Kean University that involved local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies.

Activist agitator Kayla McKelvey now faces up to five years in jail for her illegal grandstanding last month, as well as costly restitution and civil penalties.

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