Ward Churchill Not Giving Up
They were "simply a pretext to penalize constitutionally protected speech."A final decision is expected in June, after which, if Gov. Owens and Bill O'Reilly have their way, we won't have Ward Churchill to kick around any more. We'll only have a lawsuit against CU for damages to Churchill as a result of his firing.
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