Disgraced Columbia Plagiarist Sues School For $200 Million
Disgraced Columbia University professor Madonna Constantine is suing the school for $200 million.
The New York Post reported:
She first made national headlines when a hangman’s noose was found dangling from her Columbia University office door.
Now, Madonna Constantine, the controversial former Teachers College professor fired last year for plagiarism, is resurrecting the image with a $200 million lawsuit that charges her former employer with an “academic lynching.”
The strongly worded, 92-page claim — which veers into spy-time territory with its allegations of coverups, evidence destruction and conspiratorial “schemes” — was filed in Manhattan Supreme Court yesterday.
So, she’s not just a plagiarist.
She’s a loon.
In October 2007 Constantine made national news after she found a noose on her office door.
She blamed the incident on conservatives.
Police scoured 56 hours of videotape from Columbia University but did not come up with anything on the noose incident.
A four foot long noose hangs from a door knob of a Columbia University professor’s office, Thursday, Oct. 9, 2007 in New York. The NYPD’s hate crime unit was examining whether the twine noose was the work of students or colleagues at odds with professor Madonna Constantine, who is African – American. (AP Photo/NYPD)
Constantine was later fired for plagiarism.
Jammie Wearing Fool has more on the plagiarist trying to cash in.