PROF SAYS ‘Anonymous Snitch Program’ Making Its Way Back As Student Gets Accused For Anti-Semitic Comment In Private Conversation

George Washington University Law School wants to look into an incident where a student was accused of saying an anti-Semitic comment in a private conversation.

Ali Kingston, president of the Student Bar Association (SBA), was meeting with a member of the Jewish Law Student Association (JLSA) in September after the group failed to mention on an event’s poster that alcohol would be present, The College Fix reported Wednesday.

JLSA accused Kingston of saying, “Tell your Jew friends, I’m coming for them, they need to stop violating the alcohol policy,” according to Above the Law.

Kingston offered an apology though she denied the allegation. She clarified that she never said, “Jew friends,” but said, “[T]he Jews,” The GW Hatchet reported.

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