Religion Today | Monday, March 18, 2013
The leader of DePaul University's Young Americans for Freedom (YAF) chapter is fighting charges that he intimidated 13 students who vandalized a pro-life display, WORLD News Service reports. After the students confessed to the crime, Kristopher Del Campo released their names to the public. School officials charged Del Campo with "disorderly, violent, intimidating or dangerous behavior to self or others" and violating the school's judicial process by sending the names of the vandals to the national YAF organization, which posted the list on its blog. Del Campo is appealing the charges.