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MILL VALLEY, California, May 9, 2005 (LifeSiteNews.com) – A homosexual activist student at a California high school has admitted to staging a series of attacks that targeted homosexuals, including “die fag” graffiti scrawled on the school and on the same student’s car.

The string of attacks at the Tamalpais High School also included threatening voice mail messages and “fag class” written on the classroom door of a lesbian teacher, according to a marinij.com report.

A 17-year-old girl and top wrestler admitted to police that she was the perpetrator of the crimes. She also heads the school’s Gay-Straight Alliance. Police say her confession corroborated their suspicions. “The individual’s own statements substantiated the evidence previously gathered as to the source of the vandalism and annoying phone calls,” said Mill Valley Police Capt. James Wickham. “It has been determined that all the incidents have been committed by a single individual.”

The girl had claimed she had been the victim of attacks since November – including anti-gay inscriptions on her locker and car, a typewritten letter sent to her home, and by being pelted with eggs outside her home.

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