UQLS Presidential nominee Sean Tran has today presented one of his first campaign pledges, promising to expand the services and quality of Notepool, even if he has to commit murder to do so.
While Tran did not explicitly state an intention to use violent force, the substance of his speech and his established reputation as a Bjelke-Peterson-esque curb-stomping megalomaniac show a man who is not afraid to get dirty politically.
Tran, who allegedly asks to be called Sean X behind closed doors, read the following in a prepared statement:
“I pledge to increase younger students’ awareness of Notepool and make it a more comprehensive study tool – and I will bring this vision into existence by any means necessary” (emphasis added).
The announcement follows leaks from within the Tran camp of plans to fast track the introduction of a heavily armed UQLS militia to consolidate his grip on the Walter Harrison Law Library. The militia’s purpose was recorded in the minutes of a September meeting as “to oppose, with force, the enemies of diversity, wellbeing and socials, in any form in which they come.”
(Law) Society truly is fucked.
More to come.