Jeff Pack Staff Writer  “I was the class vice president. I was in the school’s student spirit organization. I was in ASB. I was in debate. I was on the varsity tennis team. I was heavily, heavily involved in the school,” Tori Paller said during a phone interview recently.  According to Paller, all that changed when she tried to expose a Vista Murrieta High School-based racist group chat titled “Superior.” She shared the screenshots she found with friends and administrators which led to her being bullied and eventually leaving the school for online learning.  Along with screenshots showing graphic and threatening language, Paller shared her story in a social media post in early June, sparking a firestorm online.  “I showed these messages to people as I didn’t
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