Student gets suspended for the recording of the ‘act of terrorism’ Professor

Apparently, Orange Coast College professor, Olga Pere Stable-Cox, will face no repercussions for her behavior, while student Caleb O’Neil will be suspended for recording it. The terms of the suspension are harsh, as well as the terms for readmission. The message is that the left can say what they want and you better not report it.

As Written By Peter Van Voorhis for Campus Reform:

The formerly anonymous student who late last year recorded his human sexuality professor declaring Donald Trump’s election “an act of terrorism” has been suspended.

Caleb O’Neil has also received a number of other sanctions for recording his professor, Olga Pere Stable-Cox, including a mandatory meeting with the dean of students before he is readmitted, as well as remaining on disciplinary probation for one semester upon return from suspension.

Additionally, O’Neil must write an apology letter to professor as well as a three-page, double spaced essay discussing why he videotaped the professor despite, “knowing that it was a violation of the course syllabus;” his “thoughts and analysis” on why he shared the video with others, what he thought would happen to Stable-Cox; the video’s impact “and ensuing damage to Orange Coast College students, faculty and staff;” “[o]ther choices [he] could have made to resolve the situation;” and “[how he] will prevent this from happening again in the future.”

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Student suspended for recording ‘act of terrorism’ prof

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