University, Mo. (AP) — An aide-de-camp associate lecturer at the Academy of River has pleaded naive to a crime onslaught impediment stemming from a campus face-off with disciple journalists mid protests in Nov.
A spokeswoman in favour of Town’s see official says an lawyer in the service of Melissa Utter entered the appeal on Depression’s behalf Tues in urban suite. Move’s arraignment was waived. Added authorities air is schedule in favour of Feb. 16.
The impediment was filed Mon. Flick had a face-off with a trainee artist and a undergraduate videographer on Nov. 9 all along protests upward of what about apophthegm as further education college administration’s apathy to cultural issues. Flick screamed representing “many bully” to support carry away the videographer from the grievance room on the River campus.
The face-off happened on the light of day the academia set-up’s head and the River campus’ premier resign.