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  • Video surfaces of Missouri professor cursing at cops

    Before she was charged with assaulting a student journalist Nov. 9 on the University of Missouri campus, assistant professor of mass communications Melissa Click was with protesters when they disrupted the Mizzou homecoming parade on Oct. 10. This video from the Columbia Police Department shows footage from two officers' body cameras. Click is seen in a black sweater with white stripes.

Before she was charged with assaulting a student journalist Nov. 9 on the University of Missouri campus, assistant professor of mass communications Melissa Click was with protesters when they disrupted the Mizzou homecoming parade on Oct. 10. This video from the Columbia Police Department shows footage from two officers' body cameras. Click is seen in a black sweater with white stripes. Columbia Police Department
Before she was charged with assaulting a student journalist Nov. 9 on the University of Missouri campus, assistant professor of mass communications Melissa Click was with protesters when they disrupted the Mizzou homecoming parade on Oct. 10. This video from the Columbia Police Department shows footage from two officers' body cameras. Click is seen in a black sweater with white stripes. Columbia Police Department

Lawmakers step up calls for MU to fire Melissa Click after second video surfaces

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