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In light of an article published by another media house earlier today, that implicated a student in a screenshot; The Yuppie has obtained the full transcript of the conversation in question. Presented below is the conversation that took place in full.
Both parties mentioned in this article were contacted by this news site, but only Mr. Cini opted to make a statement.
Mr. Cini, who is mentioned in one of the messages, preferred to not have his full name released but he stated that;
“For the purpose of clarification, I am not and never have been part of FZL. On the whole, I feel disappointed by this ordeal and hope that no other student, on any side of the political spectrum, should have to suffer these inappropriate comments.”
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