2011 DCL “Purpose Is To Find Accused [Males] Responsible – Not About Finding The Truth”

“Procedures that most colleges and universities use in sexual assault cases are so structurally unfair to accused students-  it calls into question the schools’ commitment to pursuing the truth.” “The lower threshold as articulated in guidance in 2011 by the Office for Civil Rights provides the foundation for a likely outcome of responsibility”…It’s not about finding the truth, or administering justice. The purpose of the guidance is to make it more likely that accused students are found responsible, whether or not they have done anything wrong.”  Excerpts from ‘The Campus Rape Frenzy: Attack on Due Process at American Universities’

washingtonpost.com By Johnson and Taylor

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