Judge to TRU trespasser: "They don't want you there"
by Glynn Brothen
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(JESSICA WALLACE / iNFOnews.ca)
April 01, 2014 - 3:29 PM
KAMLOOPS — A Kamloops man well known to local law courts took another swing and a miss in his fight against his ban from university grounds.
Adrian Miller, born in 1985, was back again today to get the final word and Provincial Court Judge Stella Frame made it crystal clear.
"They don't want you there and they can continue to ban you," she said.
Miller has a lengthy history of representing himself in his battle with Thompson Rivers University and many other files. He was originally banned from the university campus after he was expelled in 2012. He was then charged with trespassing after breaching his ban. Miller has alleged the university actions have negatively impacted his career.
Frame said Miller can transfer his credits to another institution and reminded him he already said he would pursue his education in England or in Ontario.
Miller, once a school board trustee candidate, has spent many, many, many hours in court on several cases—both criminal and civil.
Miller's ban from campus can continue indefinitely. The ban extends to other Thompson Rivers University campus locations throughout British Columbia.
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