Ward Churchill's Lawsuit
Lane said he will sue in Denver District Court, rather than federal court, because he can get a trial sooner. But he also said a Denver jury is more likely to be sympathetic than a federal jury, which would include "a lot of small-town people who are not enamored of Churchill."The lawsuit will allege that in firing Churchill, C.U. violated Churchill's First Amendment rights. I'm somewhat surprised at how much national press the story received today. Check out the coverage in the New York Times, complete with large photo. As Churchill and Lane have said all along, the outcome was hardly surprising.
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