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Oct 23 2019

Tracked Down, Arrested for Racial Slur

A warning to those who might find themselves in Connecticut. The state is apparently no longer subject to the US Constitution. University of Connecticut Police arrested two men on Monday for uttering a racial slur, apparently to no one in particular, after someone took video of them from an apartment window.

After the video made the social media rounds, the NAACP demanded that the police investigate. The utterers of the forbidden word were hunted down and arrested under a state statute that criminalizes “ridicule.”

Via Campus Reform:

The two men arrested were identified in a police report obtained by Campus Reform as Ryan Mucaj and Jarred Karal, both 21. The police report states that Mucaj and Karal “played a game in which they yelled vulgar words” after leaving an area business.

Arrest them for disturbing the peace if you like. But for the content of their speech? I thought this was America.

UConn President Thomas Katsouleas gives the bust two thumbs up:

“It is supportive of our core values to pursue accountability, through due process, for an egregious assault on our community that has caused considerable harm. I’m grateful for the university’s collective effort in responding to this incident, especially the hard work of the UConn Police Department, which has been investigating the case since it was reported.”

An egregious assault caused considerable harm, necessitating a major police investigation. You would think some actual violence had occurred. But I’m forgetting; speech that melts snowflakes is now regarded as violence.

Too bad the US Constitution is not supportive of their core values. It is living on borrowed time, if colleges are any indication of the future.

Here’s video of the crime that supposedly warranted the hard work of the police (the third guy apparently didn’t say the bad word):

Too bad for them they didn’t just break into a few cars instead. The odds of the police launching a major investigation would have been minimal.

On a tip from Bluto.



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