UNC Police Chief Jeff McCracken and Associate Vice Chancellor Derek Kemp issued a Twitter statement Thursday defending the campus police department’s use of an undercover officer to monitor the protests on campus against Silent Sam.
UNC Police Chief Jeff McCracken and Associate Vice Chancellor Derek Kemp issued a Twitter statement Thursday defending the campus police department’s use of an undercover officer to monitor the protests on campus against Silent Sam. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
UNC Police Chief Jeff McCracken and Associate Vice Chancellor Derek Kemp issued a Twitter statement Thursday defending the campus police department’s use of an undercover officer to monitor the protests on campus against Silent Sam. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

Violence at Silent Sam? UNC invokes risk in defending use of undercover cop.

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