University Issues Statement on Professor Ersula Ore Arrest: Confirms Her Hostility to Cops

Dr. Ersula Ore--facing multiple criminal charges as a consequence of chimping out when campus police asked for her ID

Dr. Ersula Ore–facing multiple criminal charges as a consequence of chimping out when campus police asked for her ID

My earlier post on this case can be read by scolling down or (easier) clicking here.

From my own experience, universities do not make statements like the one below lightly. The facts of the Dr. Ersula Ore arrest are simple for any reasonable person to grasp. What all who read this story ought to take away is the narcissistic hostility to authority that this creature displayed, which resulted in her unnecessary arrest.

Arizona State University authorities have reviewed the unfortunate circumstances surrounding the arrest of assistant professor Ersula Ore and have found that the officer involved did not violate protocol and no evidence was found of racial motivation by the ASU Police Department officers involved.

However, the ASU Police Department is enlisting an outside law-enforcement agency to conduct an independent review on whether excessive force was used and if there was any racial motivation by the officers involved. In addition, although no university police protocols were violated, university police are conducting a review of whether the officer involved could have avoided the confrontation that ensued.

According to the police report, ASU Police initially spoke to Ore because officers patrolling the area nearly hit her with their police vehicle as they turned the vehicle onto College Avenue to investigate a disabled vehicle. Officer Stewart Ferrin had no intention of citing or arresting Ore, but for her safety told her to walk on the sidewalk. When Ore refused to comply and refused to provide identification after she was asked for it multiple times, she was subsequently arrested.

The Maricopa County Attorney’s Office has independently reviewed all available evidence, including the police report, witness statements, and audio and video recordings of the incident, and decided to press criminal charges of assaulting a police officer, resisting arrest, refusing to provide identification when requested to do so by an officer, and obstructing a highway or public thoroughfare. The charge of assaulting an officer is based on the fact that Ore kicked the officer as is shown on the video and as she admitted in her recorded statements to the police.

Sharon Keeler, sharon.keeler@asu.edu

(480) 965-4012

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Campus Cops “Disrespect” Black Female Professor by Asking for ID When She Jaywalked: Then the Chimpout Begins

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Hilarious. “Are you serious? Are you serious? Are you serious?” Hey dummy. The cops are always serious.

Dr. Ersula Ore--facing multiple criminal charges as a consequence of chimping out when campus police asked for her ID

Dr. Ersula Ore, Arizona State University–facing multiple criminal charges as a consequence of chimping out when campus police asked for her ID

Read the whole story at the Daily Mail. I’ll let you know in advance that her story is loony, claiming self-defense.

‘ASU authorities have reviewed the circumstances surrounding the arrest and have found no evidence of inappropriate actions by the ASUPD officers involved,’ they said in a statement.

Who wants to bet that after Al Sharpton, Obama, Eric Holder, et. al. come to the defense of this poor persecuted Negro woman that the cops aren’t fired and she’s awarded a million dollar settlement for that “brutal” arrest.

Here is a comment about her from Rate My Professor.

“Her instructions are unclear. She doesn’t make any sense… Her grading is inconsistent. When I would meet with her to discuss the grade I received on a paper.. it seemed like she had never even read the paper before. She uses a lot of profanity. I don’t think she is very intelligent. Avoid her.”

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