- an embarrassingly inappropriate "welcome back to campus" speech/diatribe at a class dinner by a leftist professor on the occasion of my tenth class reunion;
- Kenyon virtually ignoring the 2005 death of matriculate William Rehnquist, while simultaneously displaying his name on its list of "Notable Alumni" on its website; and
- an absurd and offensive assertion by a member of the Religious Studies department, published in Kenyon's alumni bulletin, that "[w]e have fundamentalist Christians in the United States who are just as exclusionary as the more radical Muslims."
In response to his opposition efforts, López was jailed by the Venezuelan government in February 2014. This imprisonment lasted for three-plus years (until July 2017), when he was transferred to house arrest. In August 2017, López was imprisoned yet again by the Venezuelan government and remains imprisoned to this day.
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