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    Default Doc #12 ORDER scheduling a pre-motion conference regarding document number 9

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    Default White nationalist alt-right hero Richard Spencer threatens to sue Ohio universities

    White nationalist alt-right hero Richard Spencer threatens to sue Ohio universities


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    CLEVELAND, Ohio -- White nationalist Richard Spencer has threatened to sue two Ohio universities if they refuse to rent campus spaces for him to speak.

    Spencer's associates contacted the University of Cincinnati and Ohio State University this month asking to rent theaters and auditoriums for Spencer to speak. An attorney representing Spencer's event organizers said Friday that he'll challenge the schools in court if they don't approve the requests.

    "Either they host them, or they get sued," said Kyle Bristow, the founder of a law firm dedicated to legal advocacy on behalf of the so-called "alt-right," a loose collection of white nationalists, white supremacists, and anti-immigration populists.

    Cameron Padgett, a Georgia State University student, contacted the University of Cincinnati on Tuesday asking to rent an auditorium that could accommodate 800 people for Spencer to speak there in late October. University spokesman Greg Vehr said Friday that the school is reviewing the request and "assessing various safety and logistical considerations."

    Padgett asked Ohio State University to host Spencer earlier this month after a previous request was denied. An Ohio State spokesman said the school is considering whether Spencer can be "accommodated without substantial risk to the safety of our students, faculty, staff and guests."

    Bristow said Padgett has discussed with Ohio State administrators about arranging a time for Spencer to speak there in December.

    Spencer, a leading figure in the white nationalist movement, has advocated for an "ethno-state" that would be a "safe space" for white people. He helped organize a rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, in August that resulted in violence and the death of a woman protesting against the white nationalist agenda.

    The Charlottesville rally left universities across the U.S. bracing for more clashes between right-wing extremists and those who oppose them. It also left schools struggling to ensure campus safety in the face of recruiting efforts by white nationalist and neo-Nazi groups while balancing concerns over freedom of speech.

    The Ohio universities are the latest in a series of schools targeted by Spencer in the wake of Charlottesville.

    Spencer and his associates in April were denied a request to speak at Auburn University, prompting a federal lawsuit against school. A judge ruled against Auburn, which then allowed Spencer to speak as planned.

    Several hundred people attended the event. Three people were arrested outside the building during clashes between Spencer's supporters and his opponents.

    In August, event organizers threatened to sue the University of Florida after the school denied Spencer's request to hold an event. The school reversed course. Spencer is scheduled to speak there Oct. 19.

    Bristow sued Michigan State University earlier this month after it refused to rent him space.


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    Default Court proceedings scheduled in National Policy Institute suit

    Court proceedings scheduled in National Policy Institute suit


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    A pre-motion conference has been scheduled for the lawsuit against MSU by the organizer of Richard Spencer's collegiate speaking tour. The pre-motion conference has been scheduled for Nov. 3, 2017 at 10 a.m. in the Grand Rapids federal building.

    The organizer of the collegiate speaking tour, Cameron Padgett, is suing MSU for denying his request to rent a room on campus for Spencer, president of the National Policy Institute, or NPI, to speak about so-called alt-right philosophy at MSU.

    Padgett is seeking a court order that requires MSU to permit him to rent a room on campus for Spencer and is seeking damages in excess of $75,000 according to a press release from Bristow Law, PLLC.

    As stated in the order setting the pre-motion conference, a briefing schedule will be discussed during the conference.

    The case is being overseen by U.S. District Judge Janet T. Neff. The plaintiff is listed as Padgett and the MSU defendants are listed as the Board of Trustees and President Lou Anna K. Simon. The case was originally filed Sept. 3.


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    Default White nationalists impose deadline for approval on Ohio campus speeches

    White nationalists impose deadline for approval on Ohio campus speeches


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    An attorney for associates of white nationalist leader Spencer says he'll sue Ohio State University and the University of Cincinnati if they don't agree by Friday, Oct. 13, 2017 to make campus space available for him to speak. A Georgia college student contacted both schools recently about renting space in the latest effort to have Spencer speak on college campuses.

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    An attorney for associates of white nationalist leader Richard Spencer said Sunday he'll sue Ohio State University and the University of Cincinnati if they don't agree by Friday to make campus space available for Spencer to speak.

    A Georgia college student, Cameron Padgett, contacted both universities last month about renting space in the latest effort to have Spencer speak on college campuses.

    "Mr. Padgett and I are done waiting for your university's review to be completed," Michigan attorney Kyle Bristow wrote in emails sent to both universities on Sunday. "I imagine similar reviews are not required of politically left-wing events on campus, and your 'review' is therefore unconstitutionally discriminatory in and of itself."

    Bristow is the founder of a law firm dedicated to legal advocacy on behalf of a loose collection of white nationalists, white supremacists and anti-immigration populists called the alt-right.

    Padgett asked the University of Cincinnati in late September to provide an auditorium to accommodate 800 people for Spencer to speak later this month. UC spokesman Greg Vehr said the university was assessing safety and logistical considerations. Vehr couldn't be reached for comment on Sunday.

    Padgett, who attends Georgia State University, submitted a second request to Ohio State after the first was denied last month. An OSU spokesman said the university was considering whether Spencer can be "accommodated without substantial risk to the safety of our students, faculty, staff and guests." The spokesman had no additional comment on Sunday.

    Spencer organized an August white nationalist rally that led to deadly violence in Charlottesville, Virginia. He's a leading figure in the white nationalist movement advocating for an "ethno-state" that would be a "safe space" for white people.

    The Charlottesville rally left universities across the U.S. bracing for more clashes between right-wing extremists and those who oppose them. It also left schools struggling to ensure campus safety in the face of recruiting efforts by white nationalist and neo-Nazi groups while balancing concerns over freedom of speech.

    The Ohio universities are the latest in a series of schools targeted by Spencer since Charlottesville.

    Spencer and his associates in April were denied a request to speak at Auburn University in Alabama, prompting a federal lawsuit against the university. A judge ruled against Auburn, which then allowed Spencer to speak as planned.

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    Default Ohio State Rejects Richard Spencer, But University Of Cincinnati Will Let Him Speak

    Ohio State Rejects Richard Spencer, But University Of Cincinnati Will Let Him Speak


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    Ohio State University has officially denied a request from white nationalist Richard Spencer to speak on campus, while a lawyer for Spencer says University of Cincinnati will allow him to rent a space.



    Michigan attorney Kyle Bristow said he would sue both universities if they did not agree by October 13 to give Spencer space to speak. By Friday afternoon, he said that his lawsuits against both Ohio State and the University were "on hold."

    Neville G. Pinto, president of the University of Cincinnati, released a statement late Friday confirming that the school will "uphold the First Amendment and allow Richard Spencer to speak on campus."

    On Ohio State's side, senior vice president and general counsel Christopher Culley said in a letter to Bristow that the school determined the request "cannot be accommodated without substantial risk to public safety."

    However, Culley said the university is currently "considering other alternatives."



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    Default Alt-right leader Richard Spencer sues Penn State for barring him from speaking on campus

    Alt-right leader Richard Spencer sues Penn State for barring him from speaking on campus

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    Universities in Ohio and Pennsylvania are facing legal pressure to accommodate white nationalist Richard Spencer following his speaking engagement this week at the University of Florida, his first on-campus appearance since participating in the deadly “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.

    Kyle Bristow, an attorney representing Cameron Padgett, Mr. Spencer’s booking agent, said he plans to sue the Ohio State University after an attorney for the school sent a letter Friday denying a request to let the racist “alt-right” figure and National Policy Institute president rent space on campus next month.

    “The University values freedom of speech,” Ohio State attorney Michael Carpenter wrote in Friday’s rejection letter. “Nonetheless, the University has determined that it is not presently able to accommodate Mr. Padgett’s request to rent space at the University due to substantial risk to public safety, as well as material and substantial disruption to the work and discipline of the University.”

    “Suit will be filed,” Mr. Bristow wrote in an email to reporters Friday after hearing from Mr. Carpenter. “Alea iacta est,” he added – a Latin phrase meaning “the die is cast.”

    Mr. Carpenter did not immediately return an email seeking comment.

    Mr. Bristow hadn’t formally sued Ohio State as of Saturday afternoon, according to court records, but a recent filing suggests he’ll follow through: He sued Pennsylvania State University a day earlier in federal court after administrators there similarly quashed efforts to accommodate Mr. Spencer on account of security concerns raised after “Unite the Right” descended into chaos that authorities linked to the death of a counterprotester and two state troopers.

    “After critical assessment by campus police, in consultation with state and federal law enforcement officials, we have determined that Mr. Spencer is not welcome on our campus, as this event at this time presents a major security risk to students, faculty, staff and visitors to campus,” Penn State President Eric Barron said in his decision denying Mr. Spencer. “It is the likelihood of disruption and violence, not the content, however odious, that drives our decision.”

    Mr. Bristow sued Penn State in federal court in Harrisburg Thursday, alleging its president’s decision “constitutes unconstitutional content discrimination in the form of a heckler’s veto,” according to the 17-page complaint filed on Mr. Padgett’s behalf.

    Court documents in the lawsuit against Penn State did not list an attorney for the school to reach for comment.

    The suit seeks monetary damages and an injunction allowing Mr. Spencer to rent space on Penn State — hardly the first school to be sued for trying to keep him off campus. A federal judge notably issued a restraining order in April barring Auburn University in Alabama from “cancelling, prohibiting or preventing listeners from attending” a campus event featuring Mr. Spencer after administrators tried canceling over safety concerns months before his appearance in Charlottesville.

    Another attorney for Mr. Spencer previously threatened to sue the University of Florida after administrators refused to rent him space on campus a month after “Unite the Right,” but the school relented and leased him a venue this past Thursday, facilitating his first on-campus speaking engagement since Charlottesville.

    Five people were ultimately arrested in connection with Mr. Spencer’s event at the University of Florida’s Gainesville campus Thursday, including three people charged with attempted homicide in connection with a shooting that took place shortly after his address concluded.

    Mr. Spencer, 39, is widely credited with coining the term “alt-right,” a political movement frequently associated with anti-Semitism and white nationalism. He’s led the National Policy Institute think-tank since 2011, a group labeled a white supremacist organization by the Southern Poverty Law Center, a watchdog that tracks extremists.

    “I’m very pleased that there was no serious violence or major injuries,” he told The Washington Times following Thursday’s event.

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    Default Georgia student sues over refusal to let white nationalist Richard Spencer speak at PSU

    Georgia student sues over refusal to let white nationalist Richard Spencer speak at PSU

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    A Georgia university student wanted white nationalist Richard Spencer to speak at Penn State University, but school president Eric Barron said in August it would be a major security risk and deemed the speaker unwelcome.

    Now that Georgia State University student who is organizing a collegiate speaking tour by Mr. Spencer is suing, saying the refusal is a violation of free speech rights.

    The lawsuit in U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania was filed Thursday on behalf of plaintiff Cameron Padgett, 29. Named as defendants are Mr. Barron and Penn State's board of trustees.

    Mr. Spencer is founder of the alt-right movement that advocates a whites-only state. He leads the National Policy Institute (NPI), a white nationalist group.

    The complaint says Mr. Padgett sought to rent a conference room or lecture hall so Mr. Spencer could share with attendees his alt-right philosophy.

    "Due to the viewpoint of Spencer and NPI, people who are politically left of center find Spencer's and NPI's constitutionally protected political views to be objectionable," the 10-page complaint says.

    Mr. Barron's statement on Aug. 22 turning down the request to lease campus space followed violence that month that erupted at white supremacist rallies in Charlottesville, Va., earlier that month, leaving a woman dead.

    Mr. Barron said he considered Mr. Spencer's views "abhorrent." But he said Penn State's decision was based on security considerations.

    “After critical assessment by campus police, in consultation with state and federal law enforcement officials, we have determined that Mr. Spencer is not welcome on our campus, as this event at this time presents a major security risk to students, faculty, staff and visitors to campus,” said Mr. Barron's statement. “It is the likelihood of disruption and violence, not the content, however odious, that drives our decision.”

    The complaint alleges that antifa or anti-fascist protesters have engaged in violence against Ms. Spencer and his supporters during appearances and that it is discriminatory and unconstitutional to prohibit the speech based on that.

    The lawsuit was filed the same day there was heckling and violence at an appearance by Mr. Spencer on the University of Florida's Gainesville campus.

    Penn State received the speaking request July 23 from an individual who identified himself as a Georgia State University student and assistant to Mr. Spencer.

    "We've received no request from Spencer himself or any organization associated with him,” a Penn State spokeswoman said then.

    Penn State is not the first university to block an appearance by Mr. Spencer. Several others have done the same.

    The complaint says Mr. Padgett “subscribes to the identitarian philosophy.” It says he does not consider himself alt-right but supports Mr. Spencer.

    Penn State had no immediate comment Friday on the lawsuit.

    A call to Mr. Padgett’s attorney, A. Jordan Rushie, was not immediately returned.

    The difficult issues the suit raises were in evidence Friday as Gov. Tom Wolf, in Pittsburgh for a news conference related to the opioid crisis, was approached for comment.

    Asked twice whether Mr. Spencer should be allowed to speak at Penn State, the governor did not provide a clear yes or no answer.

    “I think the kinds of stuff he has stood for and stands for, I guess, are reprehensible. It’s not American. I don’t know the lawsuit and I don’t know the specific issues there, and I don’t know exactly what it is he wants to say at Penn State, but what he has said is pretty awful.”

    He added, "I think everybody has the freedom of speech, but no one has the right to intimidate ... I certainly don’t believe in what Richard Spencer stands for.”

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    Default Ohio State sued over refusal to let white nationalist Richard Spencer speak

    Ohio State sued over refusal to let white nationalist Richard Spencer speak


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    An associate and organizer of campus tours for white nationalist Richard Spencer sued Ohio State University in federal court on Sunday after school officials refused to rent campus space for Spencer to speak.

    The lawsuit comes after an attorney for the university sent a letter Friday to Spencer associate and Georgia State University graduate student Cameron Padgett that said while the school "values freedom of speech," the request to rent space for Spencer represents a "substantial risk to public safety."


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    Default Schlissel: Spencer can’t be a hero but UM must be safe

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    Detroit — As talks continue between the University of Michigan and Richard Spencer over his request to appear on campus, the UM president said Monday the white supremacist has thrust the university between a cornerstone of American democracy — free speech — and campus safety.

    “If the University of Michigan does not allow Richard Spencer to speak, we will surely be sued and we will lose and (that) would make Spencer more of a hero in his community,” said UM President Mark Schlissel. “We’d lift him up.”

    But he said: “If we can’t do a safe event, we won’t do it.”

    Schlissel made his comments after he spoke before members of the Detroit Economic Club and as controversy continues to swirl around Spencer and his interest in speaking at UM, Michigan State University and other universities across the nation.

    A representative for Spencer asked UM in October to let him speak on campus, and the university is in negotiations to set a time and a place. Last week, a representative of the white supremacist leader threatened to sue UM if a date was not set by Jan. 15. Officials offered a few dates last month and this month, but they did not work for Spencer.

    Meanwhile, students have been protesting the school’s effort to accommodate Spencer, saying someone like him should not be given a platform to promote his beliefs because they clash with the university’s values. They also said the university should dare Spencer to sue.

    But Schlissel said the university does not have a choice, because it cannot knowingly violate the law.

    “Our strength as a nation is we have an outstanding Constitution and a Bill of Rights to rely on in times of crisis but also every day, to guide us and express our shared values,” Schlissel said. “The Constitution is incredibly important, maybe more so now than some other recent decades.”

    The biggest concern, Schlissel and other UM officials have said, is campus safety, because protests can lead to violence, Schlissel said.

    He called it a teachable moment for UM students, along with the community.

    “What’s more important now to our nation and our current moment than the First Amendment and the five protections of the First Amendment?” Schlissel said. “It’s not just free speech, it’s the freedom to convene, to assemble, it’s the freedom of religion, it’s the freedom of press, it’s the freedom to petition your government.

    “Not many government officials say, ‘Lock those reporters up in a cage. They’re putting out fake news, they’re against our values.’” Schlissel said. “We cannot be on the wrong side of the First Amendment.

    But he also said: “We’ll protect the safety of our students and our community,” even if that means not hosting Spencer.

    Kyle J. Bristow, a Clinton Township attorney representing Spencer, said UM must give an answer to Spencer by Martin Luther King Jr. Day. No more extensions will be given.

    “The First Amendment, and the rights it guarantees to my people, is nonnegotiable,” said Bristow. “I will use all the resources at my disposal to see the controversy through to a just and equitable conclusion. I have neither patience nor tolerance for left-wing academia bureaucrats who spit upon the rights I hold dear.”

    Spencer recently requested space on Michigan State University’s campus and sued the university after officials would not make a space available. A mediator is working to settle the dispute. Spencer also has sued to speak at Auburn University, Pennsylvania State University and Ohio State University, according to Bristow.

    The challenge on campus, Schlissel said, is working with students to think through this very difficult circumstance.

    “I have no interest in hearing what this man has to say,” Schlissel said after his speech. “I find his comments vile and annoying and insulting. I can understand why students could be quite upset. But don’t go to his talk.”
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