An Evildoer and a Curious Person: Why I'm Calling for Ward Churchill to DieBy Marion Delgado at 12:35 AM
MAES: It doesn’t matter what I think. He has a right to say ....
GIBSON (yelling, overtalks last 6 words): No!! But it does!!! Because he’s a teacher and you’re a student!!! What happened to you, listening to this teacher!!!!
MAES (calmly, overtalks last 4 words): I have a right, I have a right to decide on - for my own. But that’s not it, that’s not [indecipherable] ...
GIBSON (loudly, overtalks last 8 words): You’re dodgin’ the question!!! He’s polluted both your minds and for THAT REASON ...
MAES (smiles, calmly, shakes his head): That is not true, sir.
GIBSON (overtalks last 5 words): ... he should be FIRED!!!
This indictment and affidavit is sworn by Marion, against Ward Church-hill.
Ward is guilty of refusing to recognize the God recognized by the state, and of introducing new divinities. He is also guilty of corrupting the youth. The penalty demanded is death.
Ward is an evil-doer, and a curious person, who searches into things under the earth and in heaven, and he makes the worse appear the better cause; and he teaches the aforesaid doctrines to others.
Ward is guilty of corrupting the young and of not believing in the God in whom the nation believes, but in other new divinities.
He teaches students that the sun and moon are stones, not divine lights placed in the heavens and separated from the firmament, one to rule the day and one the night, by a wise Creator God.
Clearly, if he has any decency and respect for our institutions he will drink the hemlock the government will provide him.