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On Friday, a Houston civil rights lawyer sent a complaint letter to the American Bar Association asking the group to examine the accreditation of Pat Robertson’s Regent University School of Law after the school allegedly violated his client’s free speech rights.

On behalf of his client Adam Key, Houston solo Randall Kallinen sent the complaint letter to the ABA alleging that last year the school suspended Key after he posted an unflattering picture of Robertson on his Facebook page online and criticized, on an online university forum, Robertson’s public comments that advocated the assassination of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez. Key was a second-year student at Regent Law.

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