Do the same rules apply to Barack Obama? Funny how he gets a pass on these things.

Julianne Stanford of The College Fix reports.

Students Tell Campus Police to Arrest ‘Dangerous’ Condi Rice During Visit

A self-proclaimed “radical” student activist group at the University of Minnesota has called on campus police to arrest and question former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice on Thursday when she visits the campus to give a speech.

The group, called Students for a Democratic Society, oppose her presence on campus and said she is guilty of “war crimes” and “crimes against humanity,” such as “an illegal invasion of Iraq,” “supporting torture in Abu Ghraib and Guantanamo Bay” and “declaring the U.S. exempt from the Geneva Conventions.”

The group sent a letter to the chief of the university’s police department and the University’s Office of General Counsel alerting officials that there is “probable cause to believe Dr. Rice has been involved in massive criminal activity” and that she is a “truly dangerous” person to allow onto campus.

The letter goes on to offer a physical description of Rice as “a 59-year-old African American woman, 5’8″ tall, and will be present on Northrop Auditorium’s main stage” so officers can recognize and locate the former Secretary of State and bring her in for questioning.

“We hope, however, that you do not employ the interrogation techniques she so willingly approved,” the letter concludes.

The students have also scheduled a protest to take place on Thursday. However, out of more than 1,500 people invited to the demonstration on Facebook, so far only 156 have indicated they will participate.

In addition to the student group, math Professor William Messing in resolution condemned the university for allowing Rice to speak on campus, saying her speech “violates the university’s core educational mission” in that “it serves to obscure the historical record by honoring rather than critically addressing her actions and legacy.”