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  • Fresno State news conference on student social media threat

    Fresno State police Chief David Huerta and Frank Lamas, the university’s vice president for student affairs, discuss Monday’s social media threat by student-athlete Christian Malik Pryor, who has now been kicked off the football team and is suspended as a Fresno State student.

Fresno State police Chief David Huerta and Frank Lamas, the university’s vice president for student affairs, discuss Monday’s social media threat by student-athlete Christian Malik Pryor, who has now been kicked off the football team and is suspended as a Fresno State student.
Fresno State police Chief David Huerta and Frank Lamas, the university’s vice president for student affairs, discuss Monday’s social media threat by student-athlete Christian Malik Pryor, who has now been kicked off the football team and is suspended as a Fresno State student.

Fresno State threat a young man’s bad decision, not a deadly plan, officials say

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