The college campuses across America are getting more news for the violence that are occurring on them than the education being received on them.
Morgan State University Bears offensive lineman Tyrell Okoro, 20, was shot at least three times in the torso on Friday near a dormitory, according to ESPN. His assailant, Keith Robertson, 20, confessed to the crime and has been charged with attempted first degree murder and a slew of other handgun charges.
Students expressed their concern with the multiple shootings and murder on campus in a WBAL TV report. In September, 19-year-old Michael Antonio Campbell, a 19-year-old was shot in the campus student center while visiting his cousin, which is ironically, a member of the school’s football team. Kelly Lamont Ellerbee, was charged in that shooting and will be arraigned next month on nine charges, including attempted first- and second-degree murder.
We also reported on the horrific cannibalism that occurred near the campus involving an African student that was living with another in May:
“Alexander Kinyua, 21, WAS an electrical engineering student at Morgan State University until recently when he confessed to police that he stabbed and killed his roommate Kujoe Bonsafo Agyei-Kodie, 37. But he didn’t stop there. He then dismembered and ate the man’s heart and parts of his brain.”
The students are asking, “What’s going on at Morgan State University? Assuredly, the school does not want to receive the title of Most Dangerous College Campus in America. Let’s get it together campus police!
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