Equipo de Seguridad del Campus realizó un ‘arresto ciudadano’ antes de arresto de un docente el pasado veintinueve de noviembre.
According to the Claremont Police Department (CPD), Campus Safety (TCCS) conducted a private person’s arrest before CPD officially arrested a Pomona College faculty member Nov. 29, contradicting TCCS’ initial statement that Campus Safety was not involved in CPD’s decision to arrest the professor.
La tarde del miércoles, el Departamento de Policía de Claremont (CPD, por sus siglas en inglés) arrestó a un miembro del personal docente de Pomona College con cargos por ingreso no autorizado. Durante los hechos, la persona docente estaba mostrándose en solidaridad con el pueblo palestino frente al edificio Smiley, reproduciendo música con un altavoz. La persona estaba a 500 pies del Auditorio Big Bridges, donde transcurría una protesta ‘die-in’ — en la que manifestantes se acuestan en el suelo, simulando estar muertos — que fue organizada por estudiantes.
On Wednesday afternoon, the Claremont Police Department (CPD) arrested a Pomona College faculty member on trespassing charges. At the time of their arrest, the faculty member was demonstrating in solidarity with Palestinians in front of Smiley Hall, playing music from a speaker. They were located 500 feet away from Big Bridges Auditorium, where a die-in staged by students was taking place.
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