Evidently there are no more white racists, because if there were, minorities wouldn’t continuously feel the need to make up their own…
Former student Anayeli Dominguez Pena was arrested and charged with multiple felonies including six counts of filing a false police report, one count of false impersonation over the Internet, one count of making criminal threats, and one count of filing a false claim with the state victim’s compensation fund, according to KTLA 5.
Pena sent threatening letters to herself to an organization she had a leadership role in and to the university.
Pretending to be an opposition leader, she even sent emails that were racist in nature.
Her undoing was going to the police.
Once they began investigating, it quickly became apparent that she was behind the threats herself, and she was arrested.
The police said that the threats — which were made through text messaging and emails — were first reported on February 28, and had targeted a student group advocating for social justice.
“A series of nine additional incidents followed the initial threat,” said the police department in a statement. “At one point, the threats escalated to a point where the University of La Verne canceled classes for a day to ‘reset’ and deal with the threats.”
“The threats were directed at the University of La Verne, the student group, herself and members of the group,” the police department added.
Moreover, students on the University of La Verne’s campus had rallied in defense of Dominguez Pena and others who had appeared to be targeted by the racist threats, reports KTLA 5.
But when the police determined that they found the culprit, the investigation had led back to Dominguez Pena herself.
At the end of February, the university had closed for a day after the former student claimed that she found “a smoking backpack” in her car before being attacked by “a masked man” on campus, according to San Gabriel Valley Tribune.
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