Tuesday, March 01, 2005
The Volokh Conspiracy has a great legal discussion about whether the current Regent's inquiry into Churchill, and the potential legality of Churchill's termination should the Regents decide (rightly in my opinion) to terminate him.

Rather than rehashing it here, I highly recommend you read the full post.

I would especially highlight the last portion of the post which focuses on whether Churchill can be terminated not just because of alleged hate speech, but on what I think is the more likely basis for his termination: fraud/morale turpitude or something along those lines based on all the newly acquired evidence (or highlighted from the past - the threat against his colleague).
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