Former Rutgers football player Razohnn Gross will compete for the school’s wrestling team this season and coach Scott Goodale isn’t shy about boasting that the incoming class he’s bringing into the fold may be the best…”We’ve done our background with him and we’ve talked to all the right people, all the important people inside the university,” we feel good about it,” coach said …”We’ll give him a second chance. He’ll have a short leash, but I don’t foresee any problems. He’s very appreciative and he’s working hard.”
www.nj.com By Keith Sargeant
Monthly Archives: June 2016
Attorneys for the dean, Nicole Eramo, allege that NOW, the largest feminist group in the U.S., and the lawyers for the false rape accuser, Jackie Coakley (“Jackie”), engaged in a “publicity stunt” by jointly crafting a Jan. 6, 2016 open letter criticizing Eramo for “re-victimiz[ing]” the fabulist.
dailycaller.com By Chuck Ross
“The culture of mass incarceration has warped our psyches into thinking that lengthy jail or prison terms are always the answer to criminal behaviors like sexual assault,” Sajid Khan San Jose public defender. “They’re not.” The media are treating Turner’s jail time as the sum total of his sentence. But it’s not six months and he’s off scot free…other attorneys maintain that Turner’s punishment of jail time, probation, a felony conviction, and the lifetime requirement to register as a sex offender is “being mis-characterized as a slap on the wrist,”
sfgate.com By Lamar Anderson,
What if it turned out colleges were ignoring OCR’s impartiality requirement, and instead training investigators to adhere to “victim-centered” approaches, which in practice means “always believe the victim”?..This is the story of a Title IX investigator who met with a female accuser who then texted a friend “said he would do everything in his power to convict him[accused] bcuz he is on my side :)” When the investigator met with the accused he conveyed an antagonistic attitude, admitted that he was “leaning toward expulsion,” even before the investigation had been concluded, refused to allow his attorney to view the accuser’s statements, and ordered the attorney to “shut up”.
campusreform.org By E. Everett Bartlett
“Baylor is trying to rid itself of anyone who has had an allegation made against him, true or not…The circumstances of Faulk’s departure from the team and school are unclear: Faulk provided an email from Baylor stating that his withdrawal had been finalized, but Faulk said he never asked to withdraw from the school. “No one’s given me a reason why I’ve been released,” Faulk said. “If I just leave, it will look like I’m guilty, and I didn’t do anything.”
espn.go.com By Paula Lavigne and Max Olson
Here is the truth that the Left will never acknowledge- the hook-up culture they celebrate and defend is the greatest petri dish for enabling rape and sexual assault imaginable. It does women no favors to tell them that the way they drink is irrelevant.
nationalreview.com By Mona Charen
Using Yale’s own data, the complaint very plausibly alleges that Yale’s Title IX bureaucrats manipulated a female student. If the complaint can survive a motion to dismiss, the internal communications from Yale’s Title IX office could make for very revealing reading. The case has been assigned to a Bush I appointee…it was critical for Montague to avoid the district’s chief judge, Janet Hall, who wrote a pioneering decision that dramatically expanded the rights of accusers and provided some of the intellectual heft for the Obama administration’s efforts to eviscerate due process for accused students.
academicwonderland.com By KC Johnson
Related: Jack Montague Sues Yale
Another day, another dubious study shared without critical thought throughout a media desperate to prove rape and sexism are everywhere. The survey, as with all other surveys purporting to show rampant rape among college students — especially athletes and fraternity members — had some limitations… It appears the researchers set out with an agenda, and designed a study to prove that agenda.
washingtonexaminer.com By Ashe Schow
20-year-old Turner was sentenced last week to six months in jail and three years’ probation. Turner left Stanford, whose men’s swim team is one of the top 10 teams in the country this season, and his once-promising Olympic-hopeful swimming career has ended abruptly. “His life will never be the one that he dreamed about and worked so hard to achieve,” the father wrote.
apnewsarchive.com By Paul Elias
The past two weeks saw three updates to lawsuits filed by students accused of campus sexual assault and one new filing: Brown University. After she found out the male student was interested in one of her friends the female student accused the male student of sexual assault. University of Cincinnati. The burden of proof was shifted onto the accused students, the university’s process was biased…Amherst College. A male student entered a black-out state, received oral sex from a female student and two years later she accused him of sexually assaulting her. Lynn University. The female accuser reported the rape to campus security, who turned it over to police, who investigated the case and determined it to be “unfounded.”
washingtonexaminer.com By Ashe Schow