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Law Student Rats Out Professor, Then Gets Angry at the Rest of the Class

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It a wonder why law schools don’t just institute mandatory naps. Sometimes, the student just needs to take a little break, a little ”time out” before continuing with the rest of their day.

Some people call this particular student a rat, snitch or a person who betrayed the trust of his fellow classmates.

Other says the student was right to follow their conscience. They call the student courageous for speaking up.

But, anyway you see it, it comes from a person who is in dire need of a nap.

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This is the backstory, as told by a tipster at the USC Gould School of Law:

”So a professor was lectured by the university and was told that he had to change the way he was teaching the class because some of the material was ”offensive.”

Some students were not happy and sent out emails to the class about how ridiculous that someone complained about the beloved professor who is an amazing professor.

This was an email sent out by a student in the class as a response. Apparently he had complained to the university.”

The professor was Doug Levinson, and even though we don’t know what he said that was ”offensive,” it should not have sparked such a flame in that student.

And, of course, no one likes a tattletale.

No one know who the student is who sent this email, but we do know that he seemed to really like his caps:
”TO THE PERSON WHO BETRAYED THE SANCTITY OF OUR CLASSROOM: HAVE YOU NO SHAME? I HONESTLY HOPE THAT YOU ARE CAPTURED BY TERRORISTS AND THAT THE RANSOM VIDEO IS LOST IN THE MAIL! AND NOBODY EVER FINDS YOU! I HOPE THAT WHEN YOU GO ON YOUR NEXT JOB INTERVIEW, AN AIDS-INFESTED BABOON TAKES A DUMP ON YOUR CHEST! I HOPE YOUR FAMILY’S GAS GETS SHUT OFF!!!!! I HOPE THE ASTEROID THAT PASSES EARTH YESTERDAY MAKES A U-TURN AND TAKES A COSMIC DUMP ALL OVER YOUR HOUSE!! NEXT TIME YOU HAVE INDIAN FOOD, I HOPE IT GIVES YOU DIARRHEA!!!! YOU MAKE ME SICK!! YOU HAVE TAKEN A DUMP ON PROF. LEVINSON AND DIARREAHED ALL OVER THIS UNIVERSITY!!!!! SHAME!!!! SHAME!!!!! LOUD NOISES!!!!!!!!”

This student overreacted just a little, most of the other students took it as a life lesson: beware the turd in the punch bowl. Just think about all the laws that have been written just to deal with one guy who doesn’t want to play ball and be reasonable?

Another USC tipster offered his opinion on the intense emailer:

”Here’s more details on the psycho USC law student. He was indeed the one that complained to the school. Most students see him as a joke that was only let in because him family donated big bucks to the school.

Also, he messed up when sending his psychotic email and accidentally sent it to about 200 students who were not enrolled in class he was complaining about. Smart guy.”

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