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Player targeted in racist letter


CONFIDENTIAL. PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY OFFICIALS ARE ADDRESSING A RACIST LETTER SENT TO A FOOTBALL PLAYER. 18 NEWS REPORTER FONTAINE GLENN JOINS US NOW LIVE IN THE STUDIO WITH MORE. FONTAINE? GOOD EVENING, PENN STATE DEFENSIVE TACKLE ANTONIO SHELTON TWEETED AN IMAGE OF THE LETTER MONDAY. THE LETTER ATTACKS PLAYER JONATHAN SUTHERLAND’S HAIRSTYLE CALLING DREADLOCKS DISGUSTING AND UNATTRACTIVE. IT GOES ON TO ATTACK N-F-L PLAYERS FOR THEIR APPEARANCE AS WELL. PENN STATE HEAD COACH JAMES FRANKLIN SAYS THE MESSAGE IN THE LETTER DOES NOT FIT WITH THE SPIRIT OF FOOTBALL. James Franklin: “Teams all over this country are the purest form of humanity that we have. We don’t judge. We embrace differences. other. We’re a family.” THE LETTER WAS SIGNED BY A PENN STATE GRADUATE NAMED DAVE PETERSEN. THE UNIVERSITY REACTED TO THE LETTER IN A TWEET– STATING QUOTE– “ITS CONTENT DOES NOT ALIGN WITH OUR VALUES. WE STRONGLY CONDEMN THIS MESSAGE OR ANY MESSAGE OF INTOLERANCE.” REPORTING LIVE IN THE STUDIO FONTAINE GLENN 18 NEWS>

David Frank

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