Friday, November 12, 2004
...[O]n October 27, Esther Tardy-Wolfe, the director of UNH�s Judicial and Mediation Programs Office informed Garneau that UNH had suddenly decided to rescind all of the original charges against him except for �acts of dishonesty.� His sentence was reduced from eviction to �relocation� to another dormitory, extended disciplinary probation, and a single �ethics� meeting with UNH Judicial Officer Jason Whitney.No word on Garneau's weight loss during his time living in the back of his car.
�While Tim readily admits that he initially did not tell Brad Williams, his Hall Director, that he was responsible for the flier, he was afraid that Williams would punish him severely and unlawfully for his expression,� remarked Greg Lukianoff, FIRE�s director of legal and public advocacy. �After being kicked out of the dorms for three weeks, it is clear that his fears were completely justified. Williams had no business �investigating� constitutionally-protected speech in the first place.�
UPDATE (11/14): Penraker is unimpressed.