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University Punishes Pro-Life Student Instead of Vandals Who Destroy His Display

CynicsRus Wrote: Feb 28, 2013 5:45 PM
I take it that nothing happened to the 13 students that vandalized the Display. If something did, I would be very surprised. I would certainly recommend - based upon the above recitation - that Mr. Del Campo contact FIRE. There are any number of lawyers waiting to sue the University on his behalf. The Officals will back down when that happens. Liberals always do.
kozzzer Wrote: Feb 28, 2013 5:48 PM
FIRE only goes after public universities. This is a private university and can do almost whatever it wants.
soliton2 Wrote: Feb 28, 2013 6:45 PM
Almost does NOT include protecting criminal conduct.
Kevin348 Wrote: Feb 28, 2013 8:58 PM
sol,

A criminal law that violates the First Amendment is unconstitutional.

Bill of Rights trumps every law passed by any federal, state, or local government.

The head of a conservative student organization at DePaul University has been sanctioned by the university and could be expelled after he released the names of vandals who destroyed a pro-life flag display.

Kristopher Del Campo, the chairman of the Young Americans for Freedom chapter, was found guilty by the university on two counts – “Disorderly, Violent, Intimidating or Dangerous Behavior to Self or Others” and “Judicial Process Compliance.”

DePaul University did not return calls seeking comment.

Last January Del Campo and other pro-life students received permission from the university to erect a pro-life display featuring 500 flags. Vandals later destroyed...