A complaint filed with the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights against the University of California, Berkeley Law School, claiming discrimination against Zionist speakers, has led to law students being harassed at their out-of-state homes by a conservative nonprofit that bills itself as a “media watchdog.”

Accuracy in Media wrote on its website that it “mobilized two billboards to follow two of Berkeley Law School’s biggest antisemites home and hold them accountable even off campus.”

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