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Developing | Levasseur denied permission to travel to UMass, organizers say

In a released statement, organizers of a scheduled lecture by former United Freedom Front leader Raymond Luc Levasseur said he was denied permission to travel to the University of Massachusetts for the event by the U.S. Parole Board.

Here’s the statement:

The U.S. Parole Commission has unexpectedly denied Ray Luc Levasseur permission to travel to Massachusetts tomorrow. Though Ray Luc Levasseur will not attend, the talk and forum entitled “The Great Western Massachusetts Sedition Trial: Twenty Years Later” will nonetheless take place on Thursday November 12 at 7:15 p.m. at the University of Massachusetts Amherst in School of Management Room 137. Participants will include sedition trial defendant Pat Levasseur, members of the 1989 Springfield sedition trial legal defense team, and a juror from the trial.

Collegian staff members are compiling a full report to be posted later this evening.

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One Response to “Developing | Levasseur denied permission to travel to UMass, organizers say”
  1. Sucks4Him says:

    The Feds step in and bail out our inept governor.

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