Students at the Associated Students University of California, Davis are being warned about razor blades while removing posters of hate speech on their campus.
In what looks like possibly a post from their Facebook page, ASUCD Office of Advocacy and Student Representation shares that if the students see poster hung with OPAQUE tape, they should be careful because people are putting razor blades in the tape to harm others.
The post reads:
PSA: IF you see posters with hate speech on them around Davis with OPAQUE ape (often B\blue), PLEASE be careful if removing them because people have been putting RAZOOR BLADES in the tape to cause injury to those who try to do so.
His has actually been encountered by a number of campus faculty and students already (initially during the protests last Tuesday) who have been cut.
** The Chancellor has addressed the posters via email but NOT the razor blades, please be careful.
We could not find anything in the news, but the school was originally founded as associated Students of California. After the influx in enrollment after World War II, the Davis campus (which is referred to in the post) became the general campus. We do know that many protests have taken place in California after Trump recent presidential election win.