Jury deliberates Ward Churchill termination lawsuit
A jury is deliberating the wrongful termination lawsuit that Ward Churchill filed against the University of Colorado.

Churchill claims he was fired for writing a controversial essay about the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. The school says he committed research misconduct and plagiarism in other works.

The trial lasted four weeks. Jurors heard from 45 witnesses, including Churchill and top CU officials.

Churchill has claimed Cherokee and Creek heritage but is not enrolled in a federally recognized tribe.

Get the Story:
Churchill jury returns today (The Denver Post 4/2)
Jury Gets Case of Fired Professor (The New York Times 4/2)

Some Opinions:
Susan Greene: Cribbing aside, Churchill trial inspires thought (The Denver Post 4/2)
Vincent Carroll: Lies, liars and lying liars (The Denver Post 4/2)

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