by Robby Soave
The Daily Caller
The California community college student who was prevented from passing out copies of the Constitution - on Constitution Day, of all days - is now fighting back in court.
Robert Van Tuinen is suing Modesto Junior College over the September 17th incident during which a campus security officer hauled Tuinen before a college administrator who told him that he could not distribute leaflets on campus without a permit. Modesto has a designated "free speech zone" where students may pass out papers, but the tiny square of concrete was booked that day. (RELATED: Campus cop stops student from handing out Constitutions ...