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Thursday, October 11, 2018

LGBT student arrested for making death threats against herself

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(WND)  -  A journalism major who’s a member of the Student Senate at Ohio University made headlines when she said she received hate-filled, homophobic death threats because she’s a member of the LGBT community.
Now, she’s facing criminal charges for allegedly sending those threats to herself.
Anna Ayers, 21, of Ligonier, Pennsylvania, had claimed she discovered three notes in her desk drawer at the Student Senate office and at her residence.
Ayers said she found the first “hateful, harassing” note on Sept. 27, which mentioned her LGBT identity.
According to the school newspaper the Post, the Student Senate actually discussed the notes, as it was originally speculated the messages were written by a fellow member of the student government.
According to the university’s police department, making false alarms is a first-degree misdemeanor, punishable by a maximum of six months in jail and a $1,000 fine.
Ayers’ arrest is already receiving some comments on social media.
“How can people like this even be trusted?! They can’t,” wrote Elpidia Saavedra on Facebook. “People with no moral standards and character can’t be trusted and this women is [clearly] one of those people. Shame on her!”

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