Top state and University of Colorado officials want other comments made by professor Ward Churchill to be put in a review. That review will determine whether he'll keep his job.
The controversial professor drew fire when he compared September 11th victims to Nazi leader, Adolf Eichmann.
Churchill also called for the United States to be "put out of existence" and said more "9-11's are necessary".
School administrators are gathering all of his writings and statements to determine whether he violated his terms of employment. Governor owens has called for his dismissal.
But some faculty members say he had a right to make his comments.
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