Jonatha Carr's FAU Outburst Had Nothing to Do With Trayvon Martin Discussion; Sorry, Huffington Post
Update, 3/30: Carr's family has commented about her history of mental illness.
Almost certainly not an intentional lie, but certainly a fact that more than 15 seconds of digging would have shot down. Watkins, whose website declares him "the people's scholar," says Jonatha Carr, the FAU student who threatened to kill her teacher and hit a man during a class last week, "became violent in class during a discussion on the death of the late Trayvon Martin." He then spends 500-plus words explaining how Carr's outburst is indicative of a larger anger felt by African-Americans.
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