Student fined for Ann Coulter arrest

April 14, 2009 8:53:22 AM PDT
A College of New Jersey student has pleaded guilty to violating a nuisance ordinance for his actions at an Ann Coulter event. Junior Michael Tracey must pay a $350 fine and $33 in court fees, and perform 20 hours of community service.

Coulter, a controversial conservative pundit, spoke Feb. 18 at the college's campus in Ewing.

Tracey was arrested after trying twice to approach Coulter as she signed books after her speech. Police had told him to stay back.


Information from: The Times,

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