Rutgers profs fume over suspected illegal’s DUI arrest

Progressive logic: if you are arrested for DUI, by virtue of being an illegal alien you get a by. 

Rutgers University professors complained to their school president after campus police arrested a suspected illegal alien for driving under the influence (DUI) and then allowed Immigration and Customs Enforcement to detain him.

More than 100 Rutgers faculty members penned a letter to the university’s president, Robert L. Barchi, expressing their displeasure with the treatment of a man named Luis Alberto Lopez , The Daily Targum reported. Signatories included history professor James Livingston, who, in a post about children playing at a restaurant he frequented, called them “little Caucasian assholes” “slid[ing] around the floor.”

Rutgers police approached Lopez’s vehicle on Sept. 29 for a suspected DUI. Upon being pulled over, Lopez presented police officers with fake identification documents. Rutgers policy dictates that the university reports any individual who is both arrested for a violent crime and has immigration complications to ICE. 

Faculty signatories of the letter claim that Rutgers unfairly treated the suspected illegal immigrant by excessively charging him. They also assert that Barchi is violating his previous statement, in which he called Rutgers a “safe haven.”