'TSU Three' wins lawsuit against school
HOUSTON (KTRK) -- Jurors have sided with the so-called 'TSU Three' in their lawsuit against Texas Southern University.
Former students William Hudson, Justin Jordan and Oliver Brown sued the TSU regents, saying school leaders had the three unlawfully arrested after they criticized the university's leaders, including former TSU President Priscilla Slade.
What the students uncovered eventually led to criminal charges against Slade and former Chief Financial Officer Quintin Wiggins.
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