Daniel Mael is a Brandeis student who writes for Truth Revolt. He publicized the tweets of a fellow student who said she had no sympathy for murdered cops.

Professor Jacobson recently wrote about Mael at Legal Insurrection but I thought we should cover this report from Caleb Bonham at Campus Reform as well.

Student gets death threats for publicizing liberal tweets

Apparently, reporting on public comments by a student leader can be “cyber stalking” and “libel” at Brandeis University.

Truth Revolt reporter and Brandeis University student Daniel Mael publicized tweets by Khadijah Lynch, a student leader, who said that she had “no sympathy” for NYPD officers Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu, who were brutally murdered earlier this month.

“[I] have no sympathy for the nypd officers who were murdered today,” tweeted Khadijah Lynch on December 20th, the day the two NYPD police officers, were murdered execution- style in Brooklyn.

“lmao, [sic] all i [sic] just really dont [sic] have sympathy for the cops who were shot. i [sic] hate this racist fucking country,” Lynch continued.

Lynch, who previously served as Undergraduate Department Representative for the African and Afro-American Studies Department at Brandeis, began to receive criticism after Mael’s reporting.

Two days later, after Lynch’s tweets went viral, leftist Brandeis students attacked Mael, accusing him of racism. A member of the Student Conduct Board emailed the university’s president and senior administrators, accusing Mael of “stalking” and “targeting” Lynch, and demanded the university hold Mael “accountable.”

Mael even received death threats.