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Anti-Racism Activist Organizer Jess Quinton Eddy Detained By The Police For Disrupting The Commissioners Meeting

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Anti-Racism Activist Organizer and Law Student Jess Quinton Eddy have  just been detained after disrupting the commissioners meeting.

In an exclusive Twitter video Jess was seen been taken by the security men with his hands behind his back.

It is clearly not revealed what happened or how he interfered with the commissioners meeting.

Mr Jess Quinton Eddy is a former University of Oklahoma student who allegedly was touched and kissed inappropriately by former university President David Boren on several occasions almost a decade ago when the man worked as a teaching aide for the onetime governor and senator.

The allegations by Jess Eddy, now 29, appear to be at the center of an investigation being conducted for the university by Jones Day, one of the world’s largest law firms, into whether Boren sexually harassed male subordinates. The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation has also opened an investigation.

Boren, now 77, has denied any inappropriate conduct in statements released by his attorneys, who have confirmed the Jones Day investigation. Boren was a Democratic governor in the 1970s before serving in the U.S. Senate for more than 15 years. He was OU president from 1994 until stepping down last year and has been married to his second wife for more than 40 years. He has denied requests to be interviewed, citing poor health.

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