Sunday, May 01, 2016

Officials: Black students behind hanging stick figure, slur

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SALISBURY, Md. –  Officials at a Maryland university say black students are behind a drawing of a hanging stick figure with a racial slur found on a library whiteboard.

News outlets quote Salisbury University spokesman Richard Culver as saying the students are black. He declined to identify them, citing privacy rules. The image found April 10 on a whiteboard showed a stick figure being hanged. It was labeled with a racial slur and accompanied by the hashtag "whitepower."

Culver says university police consulted with prosecutors and decided not to file criminal charges at this time. He says if the university determines any of the school's policies were violated, the students could face disciplinary action.



Bird of Paradise said...

No doupt just some attention monger who wants Obama the Fink to issue a excutive Order forcing all schools to have strict speech codes

Anonymous said...

If they had been White we can be quite sure they'd have been named, pictured and charged under the double standard hate crime law bs. School administrators fall into two camps: the Leftists who fancy themselves as "justice" warriors and those who are too cowardly to actually stand for real justice.

Birdzilla said...

If they had been white we would be seeing it as front page headlines in all the Birdcage liners and parrots toilets and the talking heads would be on it all week long

Anonymous said...

should it really be illegal to make graffiti on a dry erase board using a dry-erase marker?

Spurwing Plover the fighting shorebird said...

Liberals hold themselves to a higher mark then us lower birds on the roost of authority