Did UCLA Aid And Abet Criminal Activity?

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It’s a tantalizing question. “It began as yet another frustrating example of a university refusing to take swift action in a case of aggressive disruption of a pro-Israel event,” Edwin Black writes in The Jewish Journal. “The belligerent shutdown of a Students Supporting Israel panel discussion occurred at UCLA on May 17, 2018.”

“That incident has skyrocketed to become the most important potential prosecution of anti-Israel campus disruption in the nation since the Irvine 11. A top Los Angeles City attorney is now actively reviewing the file of evidence and police complaints for possible prosecution under state laws that criminalize the disruption of public meetings, as well as other related statutes.”