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SFUO President and student arrested on student space - Feb. 2, 2010 [part 1/2]

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Uploaded on Feb 5, 2010

UPDATE: A judge has ruled that Marc Kelly was not guilty of trespass :: http://oncampus.macleans.ca/education...

Student Marc Kelly was unilaterally deregistered by University Vice-President Governance Diane Davidson in late November. In her words: "it has been decided that it is in everyone's interest that you pursue your studies at another university. Your attempted onlinel registration for the Winter 2010 session is not accepted." Kelly was then delivered with a No Trespassing Notice barring him from University of Ottawa lands and buildings.

In this video, Kelly is present in the Student Federation of the University of Ottawa (SFUO)'s academic appeals service, the Student Appeals Centre (SAC), making an appeal of his illegal deregistration, when University Security and then Ottawa Police arrive to arrest him for trespass, despite legal explanations of the occupancy rights (by rental agreement) of an SAC coordinator, Mireille Gervais.

As seen in this video, Seamus Wolfe, SFUO President, is asked by the sergeant to obtain a copy of the SFUO's rental agreement, and leaves to obtain it. In Part 2, Seamus attempts to clarify with the sergeant why the police asked for the rental agreement and then proceeded to enter the office anyway, without reading it, to arrest a student. Mr. Wolfe was subsequently arrested.

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