Melissa Click, a professor of communications, was caught on video last year pushing a student journalist and calling for “some muscle” to remove him from a protest site on the school’s campus. She was charged with assault but made a plea to avoid jail time.
Melissa Click, a professor of communications, was caught on video last year pushing a student journalist and calling for “some muscle” to remove him from a protest site on the school’s campus. She was charged with assault but made a plea to avoid jail time.
Melissa Click, a professor of communications, was caught on video last year pushing a student journalist and calling for “some muscle” to remove him from a protest site on the school’s campus. She was charged with assault but made a plea to avoid jail time.

Missouri House proposes to eliminate Melissa Click’s salary from budget

February 23, 2016 10:12 AM

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