Mireille Miller-Young abortion proponent stole pro-life signsAm following up on the March 4 incident when abortion zealot Mireille Miller-Young, a professor of porn studies at University of California, Santa Barbara, went berserk when coming upon a pro-life display of abortion victims.

Miller-Young and a couple of her students stole a sign belonging to 16-year-old Thrin Short. Short’s sister Joan videotaped the incident as well as Miller-Young assaulting Thrin when she tried to retrieve her sign.

As God would have it, Thrin and Joan’s mother is Katie Short, legal director for the Life Legal Defense Foundation, which I’m sure made Miller-Young say, “Oh, shoot,” or something thereabouts, when she learned of the connection.

Miller-Young was charged with battery, grand theft, and vandalism, which she at first denied. But when her day in court came last week, she thought better of leaving her fate to a jury and pleaded no contest, which translates, according to Fox News:

 The charges reportedly carry the possibility of jail time, but sources close to the matter say Miller-Young is likely to be ordered to pay a fine, perform community and undergo counseling when she’s sentenced on Aug. 14.

More on the incident from Fox:

“Before she grabbed the sign, she was mocking me and talking over me in front of the students, saying that she was twice as old as me and had three degrees, so they should listen to her and not me,” Thrin Short told FoxNews.com in March. “Then she started the chant with the students about ‘tear down the sign.’ When that died out, she grabbed the sign.”

With a graphic anti-abortion sign in hand, Miller-Young — whose faculty web page says she specializes in black cultural studies and pornography — then allegedly walked through two campus buildings as Short, her sister and two UCSB students followed….

Miller-Young then allegedly pushed Short at least three times as she tried to stop an elevator door from closing as the educator stood inside with her sign, Short said.

Miller-Young later claimed she had a “moral right” to act in the manner she did, according to a report filed by campus police.

At least for the purposes of attempting to kill the controversy, Miller-Young has apparently decided her claim of a “moral right” to censor signs showing the slaughter of little children, which she supports, may be weak.

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