Ensure Daniel Mael's Safety and Free Speech Rights

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Diana Lachance
1 year ago
Freedom of Speech is Free

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Diana Lachance
1 year ago
Signing a petition for the good on something is one thing but for anything that is criminal is definitely wrong. Hate speech should not be allowed for any reason. Do things legally and not on your own agenda.

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Shoshona Perelman
6 years ago
It is the height of hypocrisy & hubris to defend free speech for some, but not ALL. Also, it is reprehensible to pamper, protect and encourage the real purveyor of hate -- a MIS-leader (NOT a leader!), a vile, unrepentant supporter of murdering police officers, someone the public has a RIGHT to know about. Exposing the sheer hatred of this so-called student "leader" (again, I call her a MIS-leader as true leaders inspire & bring the BEST out of those they presumptively lead) is a large reason for the Free Speech Rights, Freedom of the Press, and the right to petition gov't for a redress of grievances enshrined in the First Amendment -- only protecting some at the expense of others is tyranny and can destroy the very foundations of the USA!

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John Burruto
6 years ago
The mental universe occupied by the student hard left is best described by George Orwell. Obama, Holder and the racialist extortionists have fed this neo-anarchist outburst, typified by riot, cop-hatred and now murder. Those Brandeis students who have incited violence should be expelled from the university. President Fred Lawrence has signaled to his university "community" that by his silence he has endorsed the call to violence. He should be fired.

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Sabrina Kaleta
6 years ago
I"m a Brandeis Alumni and it horrifies me that nothing is being done to protect Daniel Mael. Free speech only exists if it is protected for everybody.

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michelle howden
6 years ago
As an alumni and parent i find any harassment unacceptable at Brandeis

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Randolph Markey
6 years ago
As an alumnus of Brandeis, a proud alumnus, I find this reaction to Mr. Mael to be alarming in the extreme. This young man is simply publishing what Ms. Lynch said, and doing so in the finest tradition of "truth even unto its innermost parts." As far as Ms. Lynch; I find her comments ill advised, immature, and inflammatory. That said, I deeply support her right to say what she wants to say. That is in keeping in the finest and bravest traditions of Brandeis and of our country. I wouldn't have it any other way.

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Carl Fales
6 years ago
This PC garbage has to be confronted.

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Randy Hampton
6 years ago
The civil rights issues that have come to the fore since the shootings by police are essential to discuss and to take action to prevent shooting innocent people. But hate mongering and threats are absolutely not the way. As an alumna, I am disturbed by this response to the challenges we face and that some students are are feeling threatened and intimidated. Not the Brandeis I knew..

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Jerome Spiegelman
6 years ago
As a Brandeis alum I think this is despicable.