Arizona Students Who Harassed Border Patrol Agents to Face Charges

Ferlon Webster Jr. | April 2, 2019

Two University of Arizona (UA) students will be charged with a misdemeanor after they harassed border patrol agents visiting their campus, according to the Arizona Republic.

The students yelled obscenities at Border Protection officials as they gave a presentation to students seeking degrees in criminal justice. 

“I don’t know who allowed the murder patrol, murderers into campus,” a leftist student said. “This is supposed to be a safe place for students, but they allow an extension of the KKK into campus.”

The student kept going on and on with her false claims about the law enforcement agents before students in the classroom decided to call the police.

From that point on, everything escalated. The student gathered more leftist students to harass the agents, yelling, “murder patrol!” constantly and belligerently. 

But UA President Robert Collins didn’t allow their actions to go with impunity. He addressed the incident in a letter to the campus community.

“The incident between the protesting students and the Criminal Justice club members was a dramatic departure from our expectations of respectful behavior and support for free speech on this campus,” he wrote. “University police determined today they will be charging two of the students with interference with the peaceful conduct of an educational institution, a misdemeanor.”

As the Arizona Republic reports, a Class 1 misdemeanor can result in up to six months of jail time.

DACA recipients at the college claim these charges prove “the swiftness with which institutions criminalize people of color.” 

I think they need to go back and watch the video.

I’m not sure the students will face jail time, but I’m glad to see a university take a stand against this obnoxious behavior from far-left students. 

H/T: The Blaze