Jeff Pack Staff Writer  When screenshots of a group chat between a group of male students that took place during their time as students at Vista Murrieta High School several years ago surfaced on social media recently, it caused an uproar due to the racist nature of the conversation.  Very quickly, Patrick Kelley, superintendent of Murrieta Valley Unified School District, denounced the behavior on behalf of the school district, and all of the young men involved in the chat apologized publicly for their involvement.  Condemnation of the language and imagery used in the screen shot continued to be strong and emotional. Current VMHS principal Mick Wager turned to social media to express his disdain for the group chat and defend himself against a false rumor that had circulated. 
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