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Ole Miss Police Chief Speaks About Hate Crime Probe

By Sandra Knispel | Published 14 Nov 2012 09:45am | comments
University Chief of Police Calvin Sellers Foto: Kevin Bain, UM Communications

The University of Mississippi has not just been roiled by last week's election protests that got out of hand -- but simultaneously continues to investigate a case that involves written racial slurs and vandalism directed at a black freshman on campus. MPB's Sandra Knispel spoke with the university's Chief of Police, Calvin Sellers, about the latest and the FBI's role in the investigation.

 

(There is no transcript of the interview)

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University Chief of Police Calvin Sellers Foto: Kevin Bain, UM Communications


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