University Launches Probe Against Student Who Hung Up Pro-Kate Steinle Poster?

The University of California San Diego leadership has been triggered by a Kate Steinle poster. Ms. Steinle was killed by an illegal immigrant in the City of San Francisco. Her acknowledged killer was found not guilty in a city court. It was posted just like all other free speech posters appear on the campus.

This poster had a tagline that the University’s Office for the Prevention of Harassment & Discrimination found to be offensive. The poster was put up by student  Gregory Lu on December 7th. He is now being investigated by the University’s Bias Officer. Radical leftist posters continue to go unchallenged. 

As Written and Reported by JENNIFER KABBANY – FIX EDITOR  for the College Fix:

A student at the University of California San Diego has been contacted to report to its Office for the Prevention of Harassment & Discrimination after hanging pro-Kate Steinle posters across the campus.

On the evening of Dec. 7, Gregory Lu hung 150 posters of Steinle’s smiling face with the words “She had dreams too” in highly traversed areas across campus that other students typically hang items on, such as bulletin boards and the free speech area.

Four days later, an investigator with the Office for the Prevention of Harassment & Discrimination emailed Lu asking to meet with him.

“Our office received an online incident report and I would like to schedule a time to speak with you about it. Are you free this week by phone or in person,” the investigator asked in his email, a copy of which was obtained by The College Fix.

Lu said he replied seeking more information about the meeting, which has yet to take place, and has been in contact with an attorney.

Lu added he feels certain the bias complaint stems from the Steinle posters, noting as he…..

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After student hangs Kate Steinle posters, university’s bias response office launches probe – The College Fix

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