University Of Utah Student Threatens To Detonate Nuclear Reactor

University of utah student threatens to detonate nuclear reactor

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A University of Utah student is facing charges after posting on YikYak she’d “detonate” the campus nuclear reactor if the football team lost to San Diego State.

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