Brandon Masin, a 25-year-old student at the University of North Texas at Dallas College of Law, is the founder of the law school’s chapter of The Federalist Society. The Federalist Society is the only conservative student group on Campus.
On November 20th, 2018 Brandon got an email from the university he was immediately suspended and would have to meet with the school's CARE team (whatever that is) because of an unspecified threat.
He emailed several times asking questions about the investigation but never received a response, only a date and time to meet with the team.
It turns out the meeting was with the University's Counselor and Chief of Police.
During the meeting Brandon was questioned about the unspecified allegations and then questioned about his mental health.
The Chief of Police and the counselor asked if he had any anger issues and if he had a firearm. They also asked how many firearms he owned and why he felt the need to own them.
They also asked if he was licensed to carry weapons and if he carried them at the school.
After the questioning ended, the school's administrators told him he was being investigated for making an off-campus threat against the university and a professor.
He denied making the threat and showed them GPS data that demonstrated he wasn't where they thought he was when he made the threat.
Later that day he was emailed by the CARE team and told the investigation deemed him a threat to other student's safety.
They had no evidence to suggest this was true and they blatantly violated his Second Amendment rights by suspending him. The only fact that emerged from their investigation was his legal gun ownership - which is not a crime.
We'll keep you posted as new details in this story emerge.