Professor Convicted Of Spraying Fake Blood On NRA Official’s Home

Too many people teaching in our colleges and universities are far left radicals. The professor in this story is a classic example. She sprayed fake blood on the home of an NRA official. And there were children in the house when she did it!

FOX News reports:

Professor found guilty of spraying fake blood at NRA lobbyist’s home

A sociology professor from Nebraska who was accused of spraying fake blood on the steps of a National Rifle Association lobbyist’s home in January was convicted Monday of misdemeanor destruction of property.

Patricia Hill, a University of Nebraska-Lincoln faculty member, was ordered to pay a $500 fine and stay away from lobbyist Chris Cox after she vandalized his home in Alexandria, Va.

She already had a temporary restraining order that prohibits her from going near Cox’s wife’s business or the NRA offices in Virginia and Washington, D.C.

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The court also issued Hill a warrant for an additional vandalism charge regarding a similar incident in October.

Wyatt Delaney, a security guard who testified in court, said he recognized the professor from a similar incident last year. He described the spray she used on Cox’s home as a “red, gel-like substance.”…

The incident reportedly upset the Cox family. Chris Cox testified that his two young kids were at home during the incident.

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Should this woman really be shaping young minds as a teacher?



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