Investigate UCI Student, Jyntrae McPherson, in a Timely Manner and Respond Accordingly

Investigate UCI Student, Jyntrae McPherson, in a Timely Manner and Respond Accordingly

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On May 30, 2020, a blue Jeep intentionally ran over protesters in Visalia, California. The driver and passengers of the vehicle are not reported to be facing criminal charges, despite being involved in an act of hate and violence (link to Tweet). The owner of the Jeep is reported to be named Jyntrae McPherson, and attends the University of California, Irvine. Like other issues in the past, the student body is afraid the institution will ignore it and refuse to act. 

The actions of Jyntrae McPherson do not accurately represent the beliefs of the UC Irvine student body. We do not stand for this behavior, and are demanding UC Irvine act appropriately, should investigations suggest involvement. The investigations need to happen rapidly.

UC Irvine, you have not acted in a timely manner in the past. You have not handled these situations appropriately. This is your chance to change. This is your opportunity to make a stand for justice. 

We understand the situation is under investigation, however, that is not enough. There is video evidence of the crime committed and we will not allow this investigation to die down. Those who sign this petition are asking you to respond and act in a timely and appropriate manner. We are asking for Jyntrae McPherson to be removed from the student body and disaffiliated with the University of California, Irvine, as her actions do not accurately reflect our values and morals. 

Please remember that your institution is primarily funded and supported by students. Represent them well. Stand with them. Serve them. We do not stand for this. We will not allow this situation to disappear. 

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