The international student from South Africa found out a white female student had filed a sexual-assault complaint against him. He has been cleared by a police investigation…Radebe asked if he could kiss her. She later told the college’s Title IX investigator that Radebe forcibly kissed her…but in a separate complaint the accuser filed to the police department, she admitted to consenting to the kiss. Only a week later, Radebe was on a flight to Johannesburg, his student visa revoked, his family’s dreams of him receiving an American education left behind.
thecollegefix.com By Emily Leayman
Monthly Archives: April 2016
“The bill does so little to advance the cause of fundamental fairness that it’s really difficult to see how anyone could characterize this bill as advancing due process”…“Adjudicating a federal crime should not be occurring on college campuses, where rules of evidence, an oath to be truthful, subpoena power, the right to take the 5th, and the presumption of innocence does not exist”…“We have had many accused men in extensive therapy or hospitalized for suicidal behavior, and know of at least two suicides in the U.S.” Quotes from FIRE SOS FACE
washingtontimes.com By Bradford Richardson
Doe’s lawsuit alleges that the combination of a flawed disciplinary process and a university under public pressure to protect its “purported prestige and reputation against criticism that Stanford fails to adequately address alleged sexual assaults of women by men” led to violations of his right to a fair process.
paloaltoonline.com By Elena Kadvany
Innocent Paul Nungesser files a new 100 page complaint in court…”this complaint raises some fundamental questions that our society deserves answers to, including whether male and female students have the same rights, and whether a false accusation [is] all it takes to lose any right to a normal life and a normal college experience.” newsweek.com By Max Kutner
“UNM and UNMPD turned a knowing blind eye to readily available evidence that would exculpate the African American plaintiffs,” the lawsuit says. “UNM and UNMPD’s actions were willful, knowing, targeted and conducted with malice and with discriminatory intent…It’s not what I am trying to prove, it’s what the evidence will flush out.”
www.abqjournal.com By Chris Quintana
The Grant Neal case appears to represent one of the most paternalistic, puritanically anti-sex witch hunts ever reported on a college campus..one of Neal’s claims that has never done particularly well in front of judges: that these proceedings are inherently anti-male and thus violate Title IX.
thecollegefix.com By Greg Piper
A Georgia lawmaker and his wife are suing the federal government on behalf of taxpayers for what he calls “illegal and unconstitutional directives” from the Education Department. [This SOS taxpayer would like to say thank you and good luck.]
washingtonexaminer.com By Ashe Schow
Grant Neal, a student-athlete at CSUP, claims in his lawsuit that he is the victim of an almost preposterous railroading by the collegiate sex police. Many men have claimed they were wrongfully convicted thanks to a “he said, she said” situation where a girl’s accusation without any further evidence was enough to get them kicked out. But in Neal’s case, his alleged victim actually consistently denied ever being raped.
dailycaller.com By Blake Neff
Critics of DoED Office for Civil Rights point to a 2011 letter from the Obama administration as the fairly obvious source of the huge influx of sex discrimination complaints. It dictates how American colleges and universities must respond to an allegation of sexual violence..If schools fail to respond appropriately they risk severe financial sanctions.
dailycaller.com By Eric Owens