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The New York City and a professor has been suspended and banned for an indefinite period of time, from Wagner College in Staten Island after allegedly threatening to kill the students in one class, according to a new report.
“In my media class and it is horrible,” Richard Brower, 77, is said to have told a class earlier this week, the New York Post reported on Wednesday. “If I had a gun I would shoot each and every one of them in the head with it.”
“You’d better watch out. I’m locked and loaded,” he said to a student, according to the Post, sources in the police department.
Brower was named in Her website as an associate professor in the Department of Psychology. The fall classes will be listed as the Psychology of Media, Psychology of Creativity, and Theories of Personality.
If a listed phone number, and Brower told the Post, “I have nothing to say” before hanging up.
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The police are interviewing the student and to the professor, the Post said. No charges have been filed yet.
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The board, by e-mail to students on Wednesday, in recognition of the perceived threats, and tell the students that reported the violent comments made on the safety of the public in the office of CBS in New York city on Thursday has been reported.
“The board took immediate action, suspending the teacher and guide him out of the campus, which is for an indefinite period of time. The college is also known as the New York city Police Department, they are investigating the matter, ” the statement said.
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Five hours passed between the Browser on the alleged comments of the public safety office is notified by the NYPD, according to the Post. The police have said nothing malicious was found in the Brower’s office.
“We were able to move quickly to this potential threat, since the students immediately came to the fore. Wagner College takes very seriously the safety and well-being of students, faculty, and staff of the school, he said.
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