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The special snowflakes were afraid for their safety…with over 1700 police officers on campus.


Case Western Reserve University, under fire by students and faculty for housing police on campus during the Republican National Convention, has decided to hold no classes, summer camps or other activities on campus from July 18-21.

The action…was taken to ease ongoing concerns over housing 1,700 police officers and 200 members of the Ohio National Guard during the four-day event, especially following last week’s deaths of two black men by police in Louisiana and Minnesota and the killing of five Dallas police officers….

Students wanted the university to require the officers to store their weapons off campus, for the officers to stay out of university-owned buildings that aren’t their assigned residence halls, and for the university to provide alternative housing for students uncomfortable with the increased police presence….


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  1. hektor says:

    Does this mean that in the event of an armed intruder on campus hell bent on murder could be stopped by police only if they left their weapons off campus?

  2. Alain41 says:

    4 dead in Ohio..This is Kent State-itis. The National Guard is itching to shoot students. Idiotic but it’s there. Did the school do anything ahead of time? Meetings with faculty, students, and police to talk about this to lessen anxiety? In Ohio, colleges should do a little more than in other States.

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