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Attendees of the ESU Day Zero memorial last night were shocked when the announcement of a new Helix chapter on campus turned violent. After speeches from Bethany Moore and Carlie Barlet, two prominent HeliX leaders, anti-mutant protesters demonstrated their ire at the new ESU Helix leaders, Charles Rowe and Charlotte Lincoln by hurling abuse at the pair. A larger fight broke out after one protester threw a bottle on stage. The brawl that followed was dispersed through the combined efforts of the local police, members of the crowd both human and mutant.

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Thirty-six people were killed at Columbia University on July 24, 2004. Most were students, but among the dead were a camera crew from a local news station who had been filming at the college. To this day the identity of those responsible - a mutant terrorist group - remains unknown. Six terrorists were killed, the rest fleeing before the arrival of law enforcement agencies. This Friday marks the fifth anniversary of what is now commonly called Columbia Massacre.

As part of our continuing series in the lead-up to the fifth year anniversary memorial service, we spoke to Bethany Moore and Carlie Bartlet, leaders of their local chapters of a mutant-human coalition called "HeliX".

Coalition for Coexistence. )

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