Students at the University of California at Irvine are protesting an apparent criminal investigation by a local district attorney into an incident last year in which some students heckled repeatedly during a campus talk by Israel's ambassador to the United States, the Los Angeles Times reported. While some students continue to defend the heckling, others at Irvine who said that the heckling was wrong argue that the university's punishment of the group found to have organized the disruption was sufficient.
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