MATTHEW HARRIS INSPIRATION: Protective order highlights threats of violence against UCLA employees


SPRING, Colo. (KDVR) – The restraining order from California states why a man was arrested in Boulder on Tuesday as can’t buy a gun.

Matthew Christopher Harris was detained after confront the police. Boulder Police said he sent a manifesto of violence to people at the University of California Los Angeles campus where he used to work.

Under an injunction obtained by FOX31, the University of California Regents requested a protective order on behalf of one of its employees and another colleague.

The warrant accused Harris of sending an April 2020 email to his mother, threatening to kill a UCLA employee. The subject line of the email said “Murder Plan” naming a specific employee. Subject stated that he would kill employee with a semi-automatic rifle for making him schizophrenic.

The contents of the 2020 email also suggested that he would move to UC Irvine’s campus so he could put bullets in that employee’s skull. His mother informed him.

Harris has an extensive online presence, with online videos that include slurs with racist language, videos of someone playing a shooting video game or racing game with his voice. a male and unusual commentary, in which Harris is sometimes said to speak into a microphone or scream.

Boulder Police Chief Maris Herold said officers had prior contact with Harris in October, but no criminal activity had taken place, and Harris had not been arrested.

https://kdvr.com/news/local/restraining-order-outlines-violent-threats-against-ucla-employee/ MATTHEW HARRIS INSPIRATION: Protective order highlights threats of violence against UCLA employees

Tom Vazquez

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