VIDEO: Campus cops defend vandalism, destruction of property
- Campus police officers at the University of Florida told conservative students that they couldn't prevent classmates from vandalizing flyers for an upcoming event, saying the flyers are "no longer yours" once they are posted.
- Video footage also shows one vandal knocking a cell phone from the hand of a student who was filming the altercation, but the officers justified that action by saying, "he defended himself because he didn’t want to be videotaped."
Multiple students recently vandalized advertisements for an upcoming pro-life event at the University of Florida, but campus police were hesitant to pin them for any wrong-doing.
In fact, video obtained by Campus Reform shows police officers responding to concerns from students hosting the upcoming “Exposing Margaret Sanger” event by suggesting that once an advertisement is posted in the school’s free-speech zone it “is no longer yours,” and therefore subject to defacement by passersby.
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