A group of libertarian students distributing free copies of the U.S. Constitution during a free speech protest held in a “free speech zone” at Penn State University Friday were confronted by a police officer and told they needed to cease their activities and first obtain school approval.

Students with the group Young Americans for Liberty were confronted by an officer who first noticed they had erected a “free speech wall” where students were permitted to write or draw any message, college news website Campus Reform reported. The exchange with the officer was captured on camera by a field representative for the non-profit Leadership Institute who was on campus helping assisting the students with their event. CONTINUE