White Student Arrested for Threatening a Black Student of Missouri University



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NOVEMBER 11, 2015 7:54 AM 

Two days after the students of Missouri University forced the system principle to resign, it had been captured that a 19 years old was arrested for issuing threats against black students. police of the University says that they have arrested  Hunter M. Park, who is white on Wednesday for making threats  against black students. Police says that Park is not a student at the University of Missouri.



“The threats were posted on Yik Yak, an app that lets users remain anonymous. One warned students not to go to campus today.

“It spread quickly through social media, and soon, some black students were leaving their dorms out of fear, preferring to spend the night with friends off campus.

“In a tweet, the school’s chancellor acknowledged the social media threats and said campus police had increased security. Later, a police spokesman said there was no immediate threat.

“On Twitter, though, many black students said they were too afraid to attend classes today. Some demanded all classes be canceled. Some professors did cancel their classes.”

 Earlier this morning the University said the suspect was not one of their students, and he was not arrested on campus. It also mentioned that the university  was operating on a normal scheduled.  Park was held in jail “in lieu of $4,500 bond.”

“Safety is the university’s top priority and we are working hard to assure that the campus remains safe while information is obtained and confirmed,”

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