Suspended from University of North Texas for… owning a gun?

Temple, TX – -(AmmoLand.com)- Brandon Masin is a 25-year-old student at the University of North Texas at Dallas College of Law. He is the founder of the law school’s chapter of The Federalist Society, the only conservative student organization on campus.

On the evening of November 20th, 2018, while at an outing hosted by one of his professors for the holiday, Brandon received an email from the university stating that due to an alleged and unspecified threat he was immediately suspended and would have to meet with the school’s CARE team. He emailed several times asking procedural questions about the investigation as it was unfolding out of compliance with the university’s own policies and Due Process. He never received a response, only a date and time to meet with the team.
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5 Responses to Suspended from University of North Texas for… owning a gun?

  1. somedude says:

    was it the gun, was it that he is a educated black male conservative and a gun owner. He is the opposite of what the left want to black male to become. how dare he step foot off their plantation.

  2. (((Doc B))) says:

    I’m sure that his indoctrination will be paid for with the proceeds from the upcoming civil rights lawsuit.

  3. Djamer says:

    When Texas goes down, and it will very soon, to the demontards and the idians/asians/latinos, we are all inevitably doomed. . .

  4. Boone says:

    27 years ago I was physically assaulted on campus by a then current student at the University of Memphis. This was at an event open to the public and I was there as an alumnus of the University. The incident was immediately reported to University police. Follow up with administration said they wouldn’t even think of suspending him as a student because he was entitled to an education. Things sure have changed.

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