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Mass Shooting Threat Letter Makes 2nd Reference To Dec. 12 Attack on CSUN Campus

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The campus of Cal State Northridge is bracing for the worst after a 2nd eerily specific threat of a mass shooting on December 12.

The latest threat was a menacing letter found Monday night in Sierra Hall of the SoCal campus. The letter says, “I’m killing as many motherf***ers as I possibly can.” It specifically targets teachers and professors “for making students depressed and giving us bulls**t work.”

The writer also claims to have co-conspirators who will open fire that same day at nearby Northridge Academy High School.

Last week there was graffiti found in the same building — a swastika and the words, “Mass shooting in Sierra Hall 12/12/18” were scrawled on a wall. Additionally, a bunch of swastikas and the Dec. 12 date were found in multiple campus buildings … with no specific threat.

CSUN administrators say the campus will be open Wednesday, but with increased police presence.

Last month’s mass shooting at Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks is just 20 miles west of CSUN.

Alabama Shooting Shots Fired in Alabama Mall 2 Injured, 1 Dead, Gunman Still at Large

11/24 10:30 AM PT — Police are now saying that the man shot and killed Thursday night at the Alabama mall “likely did not fire” the shots that wounded and hospitalized 2 people, an 18-year-old and a 12-year-old.

Authorities say they mistakenly believed 21-year-old Emantic Fitzgerald Bradford Jr. was the shooter, but admit now “our initial media release was not totally accurate.” Bradford — who was shot and killed by an officer as he fled the scene — is believed to have been involved in the altercation … but was not the gunman.

The actual suspected gunman is still at large.

A confrontation erupted at an Alabama mall on Thanksgiving night, and it ended with a gunman injuring 2 before he was shot dead.

The incident went down at Alabama’s largest enclosed mall — the Riverchase Galleria in the Birmingham suburb of Hoover.

There was an argument between a 21-year-old man and an 18-year-old male. The 21-year-old pulled out a gun and shot the 18-year-old twice in the torso. An armed, off-duty cop who was working security shot the gunman as he fled, killing him.

A 12-year-old girl was shot in the melee, although it’s unclear if the bullet was from the gun of the shooter or the officer.

The 2 victims are expected to survive. The 12-year-old girl had to undergo surgery.  She’s in stable condition.

The mall was crowded with shoppers and there was pandemonium after the shots rang out.

Alabama Shooting Shots Fired in Alabama Mall 2 Injured, 1 Dead, Gunman Still at Large

11/24 10:30 AM PT — Police are now saying that the man shot and killed Thursday night at the Alabama mall “likely did not fire” the shots that wounded and hospitalized 2 people, an 18-year-old and a 12-year-old.

Authorities say they mistakenly believed 21-year-old Emantic Fitzgerald Bradford Jr. was the shooter, but admit now “our initial media release was not totally accurate.” Bradford — who was shot and killed by an officer as he fled the scene — is believed to have been involved in the altercation … but was not the gunman.

The actual suspected gunman is still at large.

A confrontation erupted at an Alabama mall on Thanksgiving night, and it ended with a gunman injuring 2 before he was shot dead.

The incident went down at Alabama’s largest enclosed mall — the Riverchase Galleria in the Birmingham suburb of Hoover.

There was an argument between a 21-year-old man and an 18-year-old male. The 21-year-old pulled out a gun and shot the 18-year-old twice in the torso. An armed, off-duty cop who was working security shot the gunman as he fled, killing him.

A 12-year-old girl was shot in the melee, although it’s unclear if the bullet was from the gun of the shooter or the officer.

The 2 victims are expected to survive. The 12-year-old girl had to undergo surgery.  She’s in stable condition.

The mall was crowded with shoppers and there was pandemonium after the shots rang out.

Jared Goff Emotional With Bar Shooting Victims … After Win

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Rams stars Jared Goff and Andrew Whitworth shared an emotional moment with victims of the horrific Thousand Oaks massacre after the L.A. win Monday night … nearly coming to tears at midfield.

The QB and the left tackle passed on celebrating their epic 54-51 win with their teammates to meet with family members of those killed at Borderline Bar and Grill near L.A. earlier this month.

The players and the victims embraced for several seconds … and the families couldn’t thank Goff and Whitworth enough for their actions.

“I’ll tell you what, you sometimes realize things are bigger than yourself,” Andrew told reporters after the game.

“Coming off of a win, you realize quickly, man, there’s a whole lot of things more important than football.”

L.A. also hung up a banner with pictures of the victims and the words, “Together we mourn. Together we stand.”

Family members of fallen Ventura County Sheriff Sgt. Ron Helus also lit the ceremonial torch pregame … and Andrew donated his entire game check to the survivors.

The Rams also honored victims of the Southern California wildfires with LAFD hats … and pledged to donate the profits of tons of game-worn items to survivors of that tragedy.

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