Attorney Richard Boucher, who represented Mr. Kinyua at a bail hearing in the assault, told the judge that Mr. Kinyua acted out of fear for his life when he hit Mr. Ceasar. Mr. Kinyua had told the attorney that Mr. Ceasar had told him he would have a gun the next time he saw him, he said.
Almost three weeks later, Mr. Ceasar says he still has not heard from anyone with the university.
“No school official has said anything to me,” he said. “I feel like they haven’t spoken about it because there is something to hide and they’re trying to clean up.”
Once the facts are known and the review is complete, Mr. Coleman said the university plans to inform the larger community.
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