Video journalist James O’Keefe was detained by Yale University police — and banned “in perpetuity” from Yale’s campus — after attempting to speak with school president Peter Salovey and dean Jonathan Holloway.
According to Project Veritas, O’Keefe and a second video journalist were waiting on campus to ask administrators about catching Jason Killheffer, Yale’s director of academic integrity programs, literally ripping up the Constitution, then asking Dean Holloway to have it removed from campus. (VIDEO: Ivy League Administrators Destroy The Constitution On Hidden Camera)
This “is private property, not a state institution, so they do have the right to tell you to stay off their property,” an officer told O’Keefe in a courteous manner. “I am going to inform you, that you are not allowed on Yale University property unless it’s areas that are generally open to the public like museums and libraries.”