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219. Kayla McKelvey pleaded guilty to sending threats to other black students to inspire them to attend a... 2015-11-16 Elizabeth NJ
221. Black woman later convicted of sending hat tweets. 2015-11-18 Union New Jersey
Woman admits tweeting fake threats to fellow black students
Kayla McKelvey, a former leader of a black student group pleaded guilty to creating a false public alarm by tweeting anonymous threats against fellow black college students at Kean University last fall.
According to prosecutors, the 25-year-old McKelvey tweeted threats from a campus library because she wanted more people to attend the November 17, 2015, rally on racial issues.