“It is a sad thing to see that liberal-minded students aren’t tolerant and don’t respect the views of those who respect the lives of the unborn,” Del Campo said at the time…

Connolly’s report lists the names of the 13 students he said admitted to wrecking the display.

“The above students all admitted in person to participating in the removal of the pink and blue flag display from the quad on January 22, 2013,” Connolly wrote. “They stated they are classmates, and had seen anti-abortion posters around campus earlier in the day that they found offensive. They had an emotional discussion prior to class, and after class they all walked out to the quad together. They then started pulling up all the flags and put them in garbage cans and carried some off to their next class.”