Students involved in call for rape of Judge’s daughters target of new mobile billboard campaign

ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, NJ – A New Jersey resident and student at Stanford University Law is among four people being targeted by an organization called Accuracy in Media after the students called for the rape of the daughters of Judge Kyle Duncan.

The group, part of a mob that disrupted a speech given by the judge called for the rape of his daughters.

Now, Accuracy in Media said they will shadow those four students during their spring break with mobile billboard ads.

The billboards will read “A member of [student name’s] group shouted ‘I hope your daughters get raped!'”

One of those students lives in Englewood Cliffs. Another student lives in New York City. The other two live in Falls Church, Virginia, and Chevy Chase, Maryland.

“These future lawyers will learn that the antidote to disruptive speech is more speech,” said Accuracy in Media President Adam Guillette. Their behavior will be met with a response that informs others of how shocking and detrimental it truly is.”

Stanford University Law School’s chapter of the Federalist Society invited Judge Duncan to give a speech.  He was shouted down by protesters unwilling to listen to opposing views.  The Dean of the law school has since apologized. 

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