(Mount Laurel, New Jersey) A Princeton University student who argued that his conservative views were not accepted on the campus confessed to fabricating an assault and sending threatening e-mail messages to himself and some friends who shared his views, authorities say.
And of course when he first claimed "he was attacked" the campus conservative group claimed bias like they always do:
Another student wrote in the campus newspaper Friday that the threats Nava received did not get the same forceful response as anti-gay graffiti that appeared this semester outside the dorm rooms of some gay students.
Brandon McGinley called it a double standard, which made it seem OK to "use intimidation tactics to silence the voices of morally conservative students."
But the threats, like the attack, are apparently a hoax.
All this from a person who wants to bring "moral" views to light. Read Fox News story about the first "attack".