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  • University of Missouri faculty, students try to block media from covering protests

    Students form a perimeter around the #ConcernedStudent1950 tent village and ask media to leave in November. Freelance photographer Tim Tai was firm in stating his First Amendment rights. Communications faculty member Melissa Click asks for 'muscle' near end of video.

Students form a perimeter around the #ConcernedStudent1950 tent village and ask media to leave in November. Freelance photographer Tim Tai was firm in stating his First Amendment rights. Communications faculty member Melissa Click asks for 'muscle' near end of video. Courtesy Mark Schierbecker
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Prosecutor weighs assault charges for MU professor who wanted to muscle media at protest

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