Feminist studies professor Mireille Miller-Young. (LifeNews)
Even though the University of California refuses to discipline their Feminist Studies Professor, Mireille Miller-Young, for allegedly assaulting a 16 year-old Pro-Life protester earlier this month, the District Attorney’s Office has other ideas.
According to an article on The College Fix, Professor Miller-Young has been charged with battery over the incident:
The University of California-Santa Barbara professor who allegedly assaulted a pro-life student on campus has been charged with criminal battery.
The College Fix reported on March 12 that department of feminist studies professor Mireille Miller-Young, whose research emphasis is black studies, pornography, and sex work, had been caught on camera assaulting a 16-year-old student, Thrin Short.
Miller-Young led a small mob that approached a group of pro-life demonstrators who were holding signs. The mob chanted “tear down the sign.” Miller-Young then grabbed one of the signs and stormed off with it, eventually engaging in a physical altercation with 16-year-old Short, one of the pro-life demonstrators, when Short tried to retrieve the stolen sign.
Read more and see a video of the alleged altercation Here.