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Suspect Arrested for Attacking Conservative at Berkeley Once Worked for School

Suspect Arrested for Attacking Conservative at Berkeley Once Worked for School

“lab assistant in the Department of Psychology”

One has to wonder if this played any role in how long it took the UC Berkeley police to make the arrest.

Campus Reform reports:

EXCLUSIVE: Man arrested for assault on conservative once employed by UC-Berkeley

The University of California-Berkeley told Campus Reform that the man arrested for assaulting a conservative on campus is a former employee.

UC-Berkeley spokeswoman Diana Harvey said Friday after announcing the arrest of 28-year-old Zachary Greenberg on a felony assault charge that Greenberg was employed by UC-Berkeley from May 21-July 9, 2010 as a lab assistant in the Department of Psychology. Greenberg would have been college-aged at the time UC-Berkeley confirmed he worked for the college, so Campus Reform asked whether Greenberg was a student worker. Harvey did not specify in which capacity Greenberg worked for UC-Berkeley.


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healthguyfsu | March 3, 2019 at 4:51 pm

that is 90% likely a student job. He’s probably an alum.

OK, but what is he doing now that requires him to hang around the campus? Somebody needs to rat him out to whichever coffee shop he is a part time barista for.

Employed for less than two months. Interesting. I wonder what the circumstances were and if the university had any knowledge that he is unstable.

    gmac124 in reply to Paul. | March 4, 2019 at 3:56 pm

    The dates look like a summer semester. Shorter time frame because of the accelerated speed of the classes.

Greenberg should also be charged by the federal government with conspiracy to suppress civil rights. This would be automatic if it was a black political organization that was violently attacked. Sick of the foul-minded and UNCONSTITUTIONAL double standards. Equal protection of the laws NOW.