This is a bit old. However, the story continues to grow legs. I saw this on Fox News earlier and there have been several posts (HT: Instapundit) on the subject.
CBS4 in Denver (original story)
Belmont Club (interesting comment on "how each moment of procrastination increased the awfulness of the inevitable clash. The case, on smaller scale, describes CU's dilemma") ...boy I am glad the administrators at CU aren't on the national security staff.
My take: How long will the University keep this guy on the payroll? Keeping him on board lessens their authority and shows lack of leadership.
How does the MSM view this assault (and I believe it meets the threshold for battery)? It doesn't matter...the MSM lost my interest long ago.