A professor of bodily anthropology at San José State College has misplaced her request for a brief injunction in opposition to the college, The San Jose Mercury News reported.
Elizabeth Weiss sued the college, saying that she’s being retaliated against for her controversial stance on the repatriation of skeletal stays for reburial. Weiss says she is being denied entry to collections of bones for her beliefs.
U.S. District Courtroom Choose Beth Labson Freeman dismissed Weiss’s request for a brief injunction. The choose additionally mentioned that Weiss can’t use the First Modification as a “protect and a sword” to guard her personal controversial statements and to silence the First Modification–protected statements of those that disagree.