Univ. of Oregon professor FIRED following confrontation with students
Posted 3/18/2013 3:09:00 PM

An incident Thursday on the University of Oregon campus ended with an adjunct law professor arrested for second-degree theft and physical harassment, university police officials say.

University of Oregon adjunct law professor James L. Olmsted was arrested at 2:41 p.m. outside the Erb Memorial Union after he confronted a group of protesting students from the Students Against Imperialism group, said University of Oregon Police Department spokesman Kelly McIver.

In an open letter posted on The Daily Emerald's website, members said the group was formerly known as Students for Palestinian Liberation.

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