Paul Frampton says he can teach at UNC from a jail in Argentina...
903 Free Paul Frampton 2 Jun 3, 9:18 a.m.
so basically, a convicted drug smuggler was teaching UNC students from jail between Nov 2012 and May 2014...good to know...
TarheelDynasty Jun 3, 9:04 a.m.
halstevensaa Jun 3, 9:02 a.m.
Why not they have and no show professors and no show classes for years. At least in prison you know where he is. It will give him plenty of time to grade papers. With all that time he should not need assistants.
TarheelDynasty Jun 3, 9:02 a.m.
How the heck would any of us know? We were enjoying Tarheel football and basketball in November of 2012.
Don't you have that jotted down on one of your index cards?
903 Free Paul Frampton 2 Jun 3, 8:59 a.m.
"In November 2012"
Did Folt fire him in In November 2012?
TarheelDynasty Jun 3, 8:50 a.m.
...and yet you were still told to #POUND SAND when you applied.
Good thing state college was there as a backup.
FakeCoastalRings Jun 3, 8:47 a.m.
"A prosecutor presented the court with calculations of the drug’s value in Frampton’s handwriting and with texts and emails he apparently thought were going to Milani, sent the day before his arrest and referring repeatedly to drugs and the suitcase. According to a Buenos Aires newspaper, Clarin, the messages to the Milani imposter and to a friend in the United States included: “I’m worried about the sniffer dogs,” “I’m looking after your special little suitcase” and “In Bolivia this is worth nothing, in Europe it’s worth millions.”
Frampton said in a telephone interview in 2012 that he had written the note after the drugs were found while waiting for the police to finish their work when he began wondering what they were worth and made the quick calculations. The emails and texts, he said, were jokes made when he was sleep deprived."
Denial with deflections. A true tarhole.
Guitarzan Jun 3, 8:45 a.m.
In November 2012, Frampton was convicted of drug smuggling charges by an Argentine court and sentenced to 4 years and 8 months in prison
If you actually read the links that you posted you would have seen that he has already been convicted by a court. But, as we all have witnessed, reading comprehension has never been your strong point.
903 Free Paul Frampton 2 Jun 3, 8:39 a.m.
i'm also wondering how Folt was able to fire him whilst he is tenured and also whilst he's awaiting trial UNC hypocrite trolls are always talking about "innocent til proven guilty"...
KT slapped your mom Jun 3, 8:37 a.m.
so easy a coke smuggling professor thousands of miles away can teach it.
903 Free Paul Frampton 2 Jun 3, 8:24 a.m.
that "quality" of education sure his taken a dive at UNC...
Frampton countered that he was able to perform enough of his normal duties, including doing independent research, writing papers and advising students by phone to earn his pay.
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