Fifty years ago a white woman accused 14 year old black Emmett Till of sexual assault. It turns out her accusation was false, Throughout America, college campuses are reliving the Jim Crow South where black men stereotyped as rapists were lynched by the Ku Klux Klan. Today at colleges when a white female accuses a black male of assaulting her, Title IX teaches (religiously) that she is to be believed. This brazen and radical feminist stance of ‘believe’ is leading to hundreds of innocent males being Title9 falsely accused, expelled and denied a college education for life. Many of the accused males are black without resources to defend their innocence. Below are true stories of alleged campus sexual assaults involving white girls who Title9 accuse blacks. ALL BLACKS WERE Denied a FAIR HEARING, Denied DUE PROCESS, and denied the PRESUMPTION OF INNOCENCE.
Sacred Heart University: White Female and 2 Black Males have consenting sex, She cries rape. 2 BLACKS EXPELLED White Female is charged w making a false allegation. 2 Black Males never get their college education or scholarship back.
Florida State University: White Female and Black Male athlete have consenting sex. Female accuses. Black Male is found innocent three times. White Female shifts story, contradicts evidence. White Female seeks celebrity and $$ while BLACK MALE IS SLANDERED.
False accusations exist. Due Process is essential for justice. Alice
Monthly Archives: June 2017
COURT ORDERS LA SIERRA UNIVERSITY TO HALT EXPULSION OF STUDENT IN TITLE IX SEXUAL MISCONDUCT CASE
Riverside, CA – La Sierra University has been ordered to stop the expulsion of an international student pending court review of the university’s Title IX sexual misconduct disciplinary process. The stay order, issued July 15, 2016 by Riverside Superior Court Judge John D. Molloy, allows the student to stay enrolled and register for classes for the Fall term. John Doe, as student is identified in court records, claims that the university sought to expel him and to revoke his student visa status on May 10, 2016, without any hearing and without identifying the witnesses against him or disclosing any evidence to him. A court hearing on John Doe’s appeal is scheduled for September 16, 2016.
Over 4,100 colleges and universities, with 20.6 million undergraduate and graduate students, are impacted by efforts of the U.S. Dept. of Education’s Office of Civil Rights to withhold federal education dollars in order to compel colleges and universities to address sexual violence on their campuses. According to court filings, La Sierra University, a private college founded by the Seventh-Day Adventist Church, receives some $30 Million in federal education funds annually.
Case is filed as John Doe v. Marnie Straine, Interim Title IX Coordinator, et al., Riverside County Superior Court Case No. RIC 1606115.
CPI launched an initiative to combat false reports of sexual assault and the overcriminalization of sexual conduct. The program aggregates research on the rate of false accusations of sexual assault, noting that it is the second-most-common crime of which people are wrongfully convicted. The program places particular emphasis on the state of due process protections for those who are accused of sexual assault on college campuses. washingtontimes.com By Bradford Richardson
Young innocent accused college men describe traumatic investigations, and the aftermath of their shattered minds and lives. “Can you imagine coming out to your family under the pretenses you’re accused of sexual assault and you’re found guilty? During the investigation, I knew my family would be there to support me, but I could not imagine coming out to them twice: first, as an alleged rapist and second, as someone who is gay.
thedailybeast.com By Emily Shire
About one new due process lawsuit per week was filed last year against a college by a student who had been found guilty of sexual assault by a campus tribunal, despite what the lawsuits claim is strong evidence of innocence. The strongest federal appellate win for an accused student was issued unanimously by an all-Democratic-appointed panel. And the biggest appellate loss for an accused came a few months later, from a unanimous panel that included two George W. Bush appointees. Those two decisions are bookends for the diverse approaches that different judges have taken to the civil liberties of accused students, mostly males, whose fates are decided by campus authorities.
washingtonpost.com By Johnson and Taylor
Professors dispute negative tenure decisions all the time, but rarely do their cases end up in court. That’s because pursuing a legal case against an institution is time-consuming and costly and, most importantly, courts nearly always defer to colleges’ and universities’ initial judgments.
Not so though with an ongoing case at Cornell University. A state judge in November ruled that the university had so bungled a tenure review that he vacated the original decision against the professor in question and ordered a new one. Judge Rich blasted Cornell for ignoring its own rules and acting “capriciously… “The professor was entitled to due process. Cornell speaks of a level playing field but keeping the allegations secret from Vengalattore while having those allegations sour his tenure review creates anything but a level playing field and was arbitrary and capricious,”
The lawsuit filed by Northwestern Title IX accuser “Nola Hartley” against best-selling author Laura Kipnis (Unwanted Advances) has attracted substantial attention. The Kipnis book looks primarily at four cases, and the second case which involved Ludlow and a graduate student in his department prompted the Title IX complaint against Kipnis and is also the subject of the lawsuit…Beyond the exaggerated claims, the baseline premise of the lawsuit is a chilling one: that while the Ph.D. student purportedly “takes no issue with [Kipnis’] choice to write on this topic,” Hartley, as a Title IX accuser, some of whose claims Northwestern accepted, should have a veto power over which “facts” Kipnis can present. This argument should raise grave concerns.
mindingthecampus.org By KC Johnson
I enrolled in the Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy, which is affiliated with Kent State University. One of our classes involved training on deadly force, which covers the protective procedures utilized when an officer is under attack. For purposes of this training exercise, I was the designated “perpetrator” and a female student in the class the designated “officer.”…At the next class, I was called out of the room and escorted to the administrator’s office. I was accused of “inappropriate contact” with the female cadet during the training demonstration. Three days later the Investigator sent me a text message informing me that I was being terminated from the school.
saveservices.org By Jack Hunter
There is a growing trend of false accusations against men on college campuses helping to perpetuate the false narrative of the so-called “Rape Culture.“…the stats that are cited by the crowd clamoring about “Rape Culture” are completely false. The most comprehensive look at sexual assault comes from a Department of Justice study between 1995 and 2013. These numbers show that in fact the campus setting may not be the most dangerous place for women.
nj1015.com By Bill Spadea
The student, identified as John Doe in the lawsuit he filed in late 2014, was expelled after an investigation in which he was not allowed legal representation or cross examination…John and the university have “compromised and settled all matters in controversy,” according to new documents filed in the case.
washingtonexaminer.com By Ashe Schow