A Connecticut judge has blasted the 22-year-old Quinnipiac University student accused of calling in two bomb threats to her college’s graduation ceremony and set her bail at $10,000.
Judge Philip A. Scarpellino said Danielle Shea caused panic for thousands for “very, very selfish, minimal reasons” reasons.
Shea told police she didn’t want her mother to find out she hadn’t been attending class in the spring and would not be graduating – despite taking thousands of dollars from her family to pay for her education.
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Are there any valid reasons to call in a fake bomb threat?
A striking contrast: Protesters take to the streets in Panjgur [Pakistan] to keep their schools open: Thousands of people took to the streets in Panjgur on Monday to protest against the attacks on private schools which remained closed for the fifth consecutive day.
More than four thousand people were estimated to have joined in demonstrations—including women, children, teachers and activists of Balochistan National Party (BNP-Mengal) and BNP-Awami.
The protesters were carrying placards inscribed with slogans in support of their demands, primarily seeking security for the private schools.