Student jailed for passing out Constitutions because it might threaten ‘rural farm’ students | Greg Piper – The College Fix

Them city slickers might teach you ’bout free speech

Learning about the blueprint for the American experiment is apparently a threat to college students who don’t grow up in the city.

Michigan’s Kellogg Community College arrested and jailed a student and two “associates” for passing out pocket copies of the U.S. Constitution on a campus sidewalk last fall, according to a federal lawsuit filed Wednesday against the public school by Alliance Defending Freedom.

KCC students Michelle Gregoire and Brandon Withers, along with three associates, did the activity on behalf of the campus chapter of Young Americans for Liberty, which often crosses paths with campus cops and administrators for its educational activities on public grounds.

Source: Student jailed for passing out Constitutions because it might threaten ‘rural farm’ students – The College Fix

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