The Leslie Brodie Report today asked attorney and American patriot Orly Taitz to issue non-legal opinion on the actions taken by Sarah Glynn following the guilty verdict by the Cupar Sheriff Court. Leslie Brodie joined the request.
Ms Orly Taitz
Specifically, Taitz asked to opine and otherwise explain the actions and motivations of Ms Sarah Glynn.
Earlier this year, Paul Donnachie, a St Andrews University student, allegedly rubbed his hands on his genitals, pulled off a pubic hair, and rubbed it over a flag belonging to Jewish student. Messages Donnachie posted on Facebook read: “There is a Zionist in my hall.” Another message stated: “I got into sh*t for disrespecting (an Israeli Flag). F**k them. Standing my ground to the end on this one.”
The victim, Mr Chanan Reitblat, a visiting student from the Jewish Yeshiva University in New York, stated he felt “devastated.”
Subsequent to a guilty verdict for breach of the peace by the Cupar Sheriff Court, Sarah Glynn — a Jewish politics lecture at the University of Edinburgh and a Teaching Fellow in Geography at St Andrews — was close to tears as she left court and told the victim’s family their actions were ‘scandalous.’
Later, an upset Glynn also accosted the family of the victim with a clear intent to shame them because they are Jewish. She hollered: “As Jews you should be ashamed. This is devastating.”
Yesterday, TLR launched an inquiry to examine whether Glynn’s actions and speech were in conformity with all rules and regulations. A decision whether to file a formal ethics complaint against Glynn is expected early next week.