What’s going on at CSU-Pueblo?, Part 7.

29 01 2014

“The administration did not request the SWAT but was notified by the Sheriff’s office that a SWAT is standard operating procedure in the operations plan for a large scale event or multiple events such as occurred on campus on Friday,” [Executive Director of External Affairs Cora] Zaletel said.”

- Christine Wiabel, “University experiences increased police presence due to recent events,” CSU-Pueblo Today, January 26, 2014.

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29 01 2014
Mazel

Why station a SWAT team near a political rally? Says the news article: “to be reactionary.”

Good, honest reporting.

29 01 2014
historiann

No wonder Martin and Di Mare were so upset by the comparisons to Ludlow. McGettigan exposed their secret plans!!!!

Seriously, now: does CSU Pueblo want to host the next UC-Davis-style Pepper Spraying Cop incident? Because that worked out so well for them.

29 01 2014
Mazel

Back in the day, before campus leaders went all squishy, they didn’t just keep a SWAT team nearby, they called in the National Guard. Not UC Davis, but Kent State. Our authoritarians think so small these days.

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