Public University Charges Student Who Berated BP Agents Following JW Complaint

Days after Judicial Watch filed a complaint calling on the University of Arizona (UA) to discipline a disorderly student for berating and stalking Border Patrol agents on campus, the school’s president delivered some good news; UA’s police will charge two students and conduct an investigation to uncover more criminal violations. Additionally, UA’s Office of the Dean of Students will finally review potential violations of the Student Code of Conduct, which Judicial Watch outlined in its March 25, 2019 complaint to UA President Robert C. Robbins. The episode occurred a few weeks ago when Border Patrol agents were invited to the Tucson campus for a career day event by the school’s Criminal Justice Association. The college group has also hosted officers from other federal law enforcement agencies, including Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Forearms and Explosives (ATF). During the Border Patrol agents’ presentation, a student named Denise Mureno-Melchor, disrupted class and yelled “Murder Patrol” and profanities in Spanish at the agents. In videos widely circulated online the Mexican-Amer
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