A pro-abortion, radical student who threw a cup of urine on members of The College of William and Mary’s Students for Life of America (SFLA) chapter was arrested.
The crime occurred during SFLA’s “Abortion is Not a Right Tour in September, per Campus Reform.
“We are grateful to the William & Mary Police Department for effectively doing their jobs and protecting our pro-life free speech,” SFLA Kristan Hawkins said in a press release. “Hopefully, this arrest will remind the intolerant abortion lobby that they cannot get away with such abusive behavior towards pro-lifers. Regardless, the Pro-Life Generation will continue speaking the truth in love wherever we go.”
The College, located in Williamsburg, Virginia, told Campus Reform that campus police immediately responded to the incident, adding that an officer remained with the pro-life students for the rest of the event to ensure they could continue safely.
Suzanne Clavet, William and Mary’s director of news and media, said the college supports free political expression.
“William & Mary encourages students and members of our community to engage in constitutionally protected expression,” Clavet said in response to the event.
The student who was the victim of the assault said he was disappointed by the incident.
“Naturally, I was pretty grossed out and disappointed by these actions,” Jonathan Kenney told SFLA. “Such behavior is unacceptable and disrespectful, especially coming from someone on William & Mary’s campus. William & Mary has a standard of honor and excellence.”