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Shooting threat investigated at UCLA, classes to be held remotely Tuesday – San Bernardino Sun

LOS ANGELES – A video about a mass shooting and an 800-page manifesto by a former UCLA postdoctoral fellow and faculty member threatening department members caused in-person classes to be canceled on Tuesday.

UCLA on social media notified the campus community of the threat Monday night. Then, just before midnight, a tweet from the university said Tuesday classes would be held remotely “under extreme caution.”

Videos posted to YouTube, which have since been taken down, relate to the Las Vegas mass shooting and the Columbine High School massacre, ABC7 reported.

University police are investigating, and NBC News says the FBI has also been notified.

Some students were stunned by the news of the video and the manifesto.

Kahlila Williams, a senior, told NBC 4: “It was definitely hard.

City News Service contributed to this story.

https://www.sbsun.com/2022/02/01/shooting-threat-investigated-at-ucla-classes-to-be-held-remotely-on-tuesday/ Shooting threat investigated at UCLA, classes to be held remotely Tuesday – San Bernardino Sun

Tom Vazquez

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