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College professor is slammed to the ground by an officer while being thrown out of a board meeting for objecting to a no clapping rule

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  • Oct 22 2017 18:10About: 1 month ago
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A St. Louis Community College professor was grabbed from behind by an officer, pulled to the ground, handcuffed and arrested at a board meeting.

Steve Taylor, 53, is the adjunct math professor who was tackled after objecting to a rule the board put in place earlier in the meeting that threatened to kick out anyone who clapped.

An arrest report said Taylor 'aggressively forced his way' toward board members during the public comment period at Thursday night's meeting.
Taylor later received a letter from the Missouri college telling him he was no longer allowed on campus, which he views as a firing.


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Louis Community College professor grabbed from behind officer pulled ground handcuffed arrested board meeting. Steve Taylor adjunct math tackled after objecting rule place earlier meeting that threatened kick anyone clapped. arrest report said aggressively forced toward members during public comment period Thursday nights Taylor later received letter Missouri college telling longer allowed campus which views firing.

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