Oh — and surprise, surprise… the lawyer isn't apologizing, telling local radio personality Hugh Hewitt:
"I have to say I don't apologize for the sentiment. I think that this tactic of blocking people on the interstate and surrounding cars is itself violent. It is threatening. It is not peaceful protest, and it should not be permitted."
Luckily, said irony was not lost on the University's College of Law Dean Melanie Wilson, who issued an official statement following Glenn's Twitter suspension, saying:
"I am aware of the remarks made last night on Twitter by Professor Glenn Reynolds and of the serious and legitimate concerns expressed by members of the UT Law family and the University of Tennessee community, as well as concerned citizens across the country. Professor Reynolds's comments do not reflect my views and opinions, nor do they reflect the values of the college and university.
University administrators, college faculty, and I are investigating this matter."
Hmm… maybe he'll get more than a Twitter suspension after all.