Wednesday, August 13, 2008
In no surprise to anyone not in the throes of one hysteria or another, the campus court case against Webster Cook and his friend, stemming from Cook's taking a communion host from a Catholic service, ended without either of them being expelled from the University of Central Florida and, in fact, resulted in no punishment at all.
[A] panel of four students and two administrators, voted unanimously to dismiss all charges against Webster Cook and his friend Ben Collard, saying there was no hard evidence that the two did anything which would merit expulsion or suspension.
Cook still faces impeachment from the student Senate based on his allegedly lying to a university official about his status in the student government.
If no one were watching except Donahue and his CL minions, my guess is that Cooke would have been suspended and his friend punished in some other way.
I'm sorry, I think you are greatly inflating the power of both Bill Donahue and PZ. What evidence do you have to support such a scenerio?