24 Year Old, Black Kean University Grad Kayla-Simone McKelvey Charged with Third-degree Creating a False Public Alarm After Posting Threats to Kill Black Males & Females
HMM, I GUESS AL SHARPTON AND JESSEE JACKSON WON’T BE VISITING NJ TO PROTEST HATE CRIMES … BLACK ON BLACK CRIME.
24 year old Kayla-Simone McKelvey, of Union, New Jersey, who recently graduated from Kean University in May 2015 finds her self in some hot water that she completely created, or should we say, made up. The black female Kean alum has been charged with third-degree creating a false public alarm after she tweeted threatening comments on Twitter stating, “i will kill every black male and female at kean university”.
Third-degree Creating a False Public Alarm? Sorry, she should be cgarged with a hate crime as her sole intent was to create friction and animosity among backs and whites. Now that is truly hateful.
A recent Kean graduate has been charged with being responsible for a series of tweets threatening black students at the school two weeks ago, acting Union County Prosecutor Grace H. Park announced Tuesday.
Kayla-Simone McKelvey, 24, of Union – a black alum who graduated in May – was charged by summons with third-degree creating a false public alarm.
Park said an investigation by the Union County Prosecutor’s Office’s Special Prosecutions Unit and Kean University police found that McKelvey, a self-proclaimed activist, participated in a student rally regarding racial issues on Nov. 17, but left midway through the rally and walked to a computer station in a university library.
Once there, McKelvey allegedly created an anonymous Twitter account – @keanuagainstblk – and began posting threats of violence against black Kean students.
The first message around 10 p.m. said “kean university twitter against blacks is for everyone who hates blacks people” and a tweet about there being a bomb on the campus, and then continued with several other tweets about shooting black students at the university.
i will kill every black male and female at kean university
— kean university (@keanuagainstblk) November 18, 2015
After making the posts, McKelvey returned to the rally and attempted to spread awareness of the threats, authorities said.