Students Involved in CSUF Occupation Charged


FULLERTON, California – On April 16th, the Orange County DA’s office issued notices to the students involved in the occupation of Cal State Fullerton’s Humanities building on March 3rd, 2010 that read in part:

A complaint was filed in the North Justice Center charging that on or about 03-03-2010 you committed a violation of section(s)


It appears as though all of those charged have received the same court date, May 6th at 8:30AM at the North Justice Center in Fullerton.

These notices appeared after the detained students were told matter-of-factly by the police present that they would not be cited or charged, only banned from campus for 7 days, and that the only further consequences, should there be any, would come down from the university’s own student conduct hearings.

2 Responses to “Students Involved in CSUF Occupation Charged”

  1. First Student Conduct letter issued at UC Irvine « Says:

    […] « Students Involved in CSUF Occupation Charged […]

  2. First student conduct letter issued @ UC Irvine « UC Rebel Radio Says:

    […] The first Student Conduct letter for budget-related actions was delivered by email today, to Graduate student John Bruning, for alleged violations occurring on November 24, 2009, at UCI’s Aldrich Hall, and March 3, 2010, at Cal State Fullerton.  Bruning was arrested on the first occasion after allegedly–and according to the arresting officers–pounding on a glass door, after police had closed the administration building (including Financial Aid and the Registrar) to the public during a rally against police brutality at UCLA.  The second date refers to the Humanities Building “reclamation” at CSU Fullerton, where participants were detained, issued stay-away orders, and told they were being released without charges, but just last week were informed they were being charged with trespassing. […]

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