Columbia protester who ‘killed’ VT couple in crash belongs in prison, not college: victims' family

A wealthy young woman who avoided prison time for a deadly 2020 crash that killed a Vermont couple was among 114 anti-Israel agitators arrested at Columbia University last week – enraging the victims' family.

Protests have been rocking the campus in recent days as anti-Israel sympathizers demand the Israeli military stop fighting back after Hamas terrorists launched an attack on the country in October.

Things have gotten so bad that a campus rabbi is urging Jewish students to leave amid concerns for their safety.

One of the protesters is Isabel Jennifer Seward, now 20, the New York Post revealed, citing arrest records. She was 16 when she allegedly drove over the double yellow lines and plowed into Chet and Connie Hawkins, 73 and 72. Police reports allege she made no effort to avoid the crash.

"She has no remorse, she received no punishment. She’s just prancing around Columbia with her Ivy League privilege," the couple's 49-year-old niece, Eve Taylor, told the Post Sunday. "After basically getting away with murder, she’s now promoting murder, with no understanding of what she’s promoting."

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