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CSU investigating high-ranking officer’s ‘revolution’ comment

— Clayton State University officials are investigating whether Rex Duke, deputy director of public safety at Clayton State, violated any university policies by allegedly calling for a “second revolution” on his Facebook page.

“He had some sort of post on his personal Facebook page with a Confederate flag and some sort of remark about needing a second revolution,” said university spokesman John Shiffert.

While the post may be shocking, it remains unclear whether Duke actually violated any standing university policy, according to Shiffert. Duke is still on the job. Shiffert said it delves into questions about First Amendment rights because it was on a personal Facebook page.

“The university does not have a social media policy that addresses personal social made pages,” said Shiffert.

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OscarKnight 2 years ago

....More proof that some of us are nothing but slaves to our employers....Where freedom of speech goes out boundaries, with the slave master's playing field. .

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OscarKnight 2 years ago

....More proof that some of us are nothing but slaves to our employers....Where freedom of speech goes out boundaries, with the slave master's playing field. .

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MD 2 years ago

Sounds like the are liberals in the area! Have they sounded the 'racist" alarm yet?

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OscarKnight 2 years ago

...It's a well known fact that most of our elected officials in Clayton County are members of The NAACP, and having a Voice among these (So called ) elected officials usually falls on deaf ears.

...It's also a well known fact that The NAACP opposes our Individual Lawful Rights under The Second Amendment, What is the next stop : Our First Amendment Rights and surrendering our tongues ?

...Welcome to The Lopsided Democrat Plantation of Clayton County, Georgia

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Robert 2 years ago

It is so hard to comment on such an incomplete story. Where are the facts ? What are the facts ? Is there a context to this reporting or has it been pieced together out of context to create the illusion of a problem. The last time I checked Americans and illegal immigrants have the right to free speech. Does the college monitor their students social media pages too ?

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