[Photos] Purdue University Staffer Posts Bizarre Comment To A Pro-Lifer In Online Exchange As Outrage Spreads

After a pro-choice employee of Purdue University allegedly posted an “offer to rape” a pro-lifer’s relatives in an online comment exchange, outrage has been spreading — but the school is taking no action against him.

WLFI-TV reported that campus police on Thursday were investigating Jamie Newman, a dance accompanist and composer at the university’s Patti & Rusty Rueff School of Visual and Performing Arts, but Purdue officials said there wasn’t enough evidence to proceed.

 “Purdue police have interviewed the staff member and numerous other witnesses and did not find sufficient evidence to take action, but will forward the investigatory records to the Tippecanoe County Prosecutor for review,” the school told the station Thursday night. “As far as the university is concerned, the speech was repugnant and inconsistent with Purdue values. We don’t condone it, but at this time no personnel action is intended.”

Newman has posted more than a few comments on the Facebook page of Purdue Students for Life. On the night of Feb. 1, group members posted anti-abortion flyers around campus and chalked messages outside the school’s Black Cultural Center.

Image source: The Inquisitor

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Many protested the gesture — including Newman, who called the pro-life students “vile, racist idiots” in a Feb. 4 Facebook comment:

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After Campus Reform published a story that included Newman’s comments, Purdue Students for Lifeshared the article on its Facebook page — and Newman quickly chimed in:

Image source: Facebook

Image source: Facebook

Soon another commenter on the heated thread wrote that Newman did worse than call students names — she said that on another website he posted an “offer to rape.” A screenshot was added of an exchange that took place on the pro-life site Live Action News.

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