Police officer Shuts Down Student Protest Campaigning for Free Speech
Students who were campaigning for free speech on campus had their protest shut down after a police officer threatened to ‘lock them up.’
The two students along with an adviser from organisation Turning Point USA were handing out copies of the U.S. constitution at the College of Du Page in Illinois.
They had also been asking fellow students to sign a petition urging the college to adopt a less restrictive policy on free speech.
But despite one of the students proudly holding up an American flag, a campus police officer appears telling them to immediately stop their protest saying they need a permit to hand out leaflets.
In footage of the exchange, one of the students challenges the officer saying, ‘it’s not free speech?’
But the officer replies: ‘Nobody’s stopping you from free speech, but you can’t solicit out here, and basically you are — you’re soliciting your opinions. Okay? And you need to go get a permit.’
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