Allen239 Wrote:
Mar 01, 2013 12:48 AM
When, the students who are vandels destroyed the pro-life display they destroyed private property, committed conspiracy and violated Kristopher Del Campo's 1st Amendment rights of freedom of speech. Also, when the police published the names of the vandels, this meant their names were in the public domain and Mr. Campo had the right to published public information. When the university suppressed Mr. Campo's rights under the 1st Amendment and when they denied him the right of an attorney during his trail they violated the 6th amendment (right of counsel) and the 14th Amendment (due process),Mr. Campo should sue the university and asked for major damages and pain suffering penalties in a tort law case.