White Student At HBCU Wishes She Could ‘Take Credit’ For Sending Pipe Bomb To Obamas
Students at a historically black college in North Carolina were planning a protest over what they said was racially charged comments and possibly terroristic threats on social media from a white classmate. Morgan Kendall, who was attending North Carolina Central University (NCCU) School Of Law, was accused of using “a racial slur on social media and said she wishes she could take credit for the pipe bomb packages that were sent to the Obamas and Clintons last month, according to WRAL, a local news outlet .WRAL published a screenshot of a since-deleted Facebook post about last month’s series of explosive devices mailed to a number of liberal political figures. A person with the name Morgan Kendall commented beneath: “Wish I could take credit.” She also was alleged to have used the N-word in text messages.
Students said they want Kendall kicked out of the school.
“I don’t feel safe,” one student, Kayla Britt, said. “I don’t know what she’s capable of, and I would like to see her expelled immediately.”
Instead of expulsion, the HBCU reportedly decided to suspend Kendall for the rest of this week while allowing her to return to her normal schedule on Monday. That decision didn’t sit well with students when they learned of the apparent punishment.
Courtesy of NewsOne