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  • Body Cam Video: White Mizzou Prof. And ‘Black Lives Matter’ Activist Hurl Slurs at Cops

    Captured on body camera video from two Columbia Missouri Police Officers responding to a protest was some pretty interesting stuff.

    Infamous Communications Professor Melissa Click is shown pushing and yelling obscenities at officers performing their jobs.

    From the Daily Mail:

    Demonstrators also took turns on a megaphone to speak about incidents of alleged systemic racism from the founding year 1839 through 2015. 

    Officer’s body camera footage shows Click among the protesters as police ask repeatedly for demonstrators to ‘clear the road, move out of the road. Let’s go, let’s go.’

    They come face to face with Click who stands between the students and officers, and begins shouting at them to ‘back up, back up.’

    Colombia police shout back that the professor has to ‘get out of the road or get arrested’ and one officer appears to momentarily take hold of her arm.

    Click screams back at the officer ‘Get your f***king hands off me.’

    ‘We must have high expectations of members of our community, and I will address these new revelations with the Board of Curators as they work to complete their own review of the matter,’ Foley said in his statement.

    In November, the professor was caught on camera siccing muscle on a student journalist who was trying to cover a protest on campus on Carnahan Quadrangle. Read more…

    Click is currently suspended from her position at the University of Missouri pending a review.

    This should seal her fate. Unless of course, Mizzou is fond of cop-hating, race-baiters for faculty.


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