Media storm causes FAU to release video apology for Jesus stomping

Following a public reprimand from Gov. Rick Scott for the incident referred to as the “stomp Jesus” assignment, Florida Atlantic University has released a video apology.

Although a prepared statement of apology was issued on Friday, the story has continued to spread across media outlets and in social media circles.

Dr. Charles Brown, Senior Vice President for Student Affairs at FAU, emailed the following on Tuesday afternoon:

Cheryl Carpenter Klimek

Cheryl Carpenter Klimek

Cheryl Carpenter Klimek has been a political consultant handling public affairs, political campaigns and PAC management for nearly 20 years.
Cheryl Carpenter Klimek

Comments

24 thoughts on “Media storm causes FAU to release video apology for Jesus stomping

  1. Mort Singerman says:

    Error correction: In y last posting I said I thought the Dean of Students name was Frank Roberts. It is Charles Roberts, but the background is the same.

  2. Patriot1742 says:

    Yet the "Professor" is still on the payroll. This sounds more like I am sorry we got caught and we are not going to do anything about it – but please keep sending us your kids or just send the money. SHUT IT DOWN – this is a breeding ground for haters.

  3. stanley says:

    black racist scum pigs .

  4. Emma says:

    If they were truly sorry the incident occurred, they wouldn't have waited to deal with it publicly. They issued the apology only because they under-estimated the disgust of the sick-of-paying-to-be-abused public.

Comments are closed.

Related Posts