Delaware State player’s dad says bus search happened because team was predominantly Black

If the charter bus was carrying a Notre Dame team, this never would have happened.

So said Patrick Campanelli, a civil rights attorney in suburban Chicago and father of one of the Delaware State University lacrosse players aboard a bus stopped and searched by Liberty County, Georgia, deputies on April 20.

Emily Campanelli phoned her father as deputies began looking into the bus’s cargo bay with a drug-sniffing dog and then came on board to explain what they were doing.

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