A recent study demonstrates that 99% of college students accused of sexual assault are males. Recently, attorney Eric Rosenberg filed a lawsuit on behalf of a male student attending Indiana University. This is the same University that employed Jason Casares, the Title IX coordinator who was forced to resign when he was accused after a drunken hookup .
According to Aaron Farrer v Indiana University Complaint Mr. Farrer did not sexually assault Marion Zerfoss. Zerfoss admits flirting with Farrer and inviting him into her bedroom, Zerfoss admits asking Farrer to retrieve her vibrator, and admits asking Farrer to “fuck her.” Celebrity seeking mattress girl wanna be Marion Zerfoss admits telling Farrer that “it was okay” to have sex despite his hesitations, and admits that she consented to sex, but that Farrer should have resisted the seduction because she had consumed alcohol that evening.
Drinking & Sex
If you hooked up, and she regrets it you will lose. College men file a complaint against the girl. It’s your future to save. Your college will throw you to the wolves. It’s about federal funding and not your innocence.
John Doe took University of Oregon to court alleging he’d been wrongly punished after an unfair disciplinary process. Judge Conover ruled, “In this case I do find, based on my position here, that the procedural protections were not properly afforded to John Doe.” Judge Conover also said that UO may not launch new disciplinary proceedings against the accused student in connection with the alleged incident. Doe’s lawyer Ms. Hoffman asserted in court filings that her client passed four polygraph tests that established he was truthful when he denied having had any sexual contact with the alleged victim on the night in question, and that the young woman’s accusations “were false and were intended to garner sympathy and attention from her ex-boyfriend.”
registerguard.com By Jack Moran
This is the one year anniversary of the Fox documentary that focused on three college males who were falsely accused. First, Occidental’s John Doe speaks about meeting Jane Doe, their night of sex and his TIX hearing when he was denied all rights. Second, Paul Nungesser’s lawyer speaks about his case. Paul was found innocent by Columbia and Law enforcement, but Paul was slandered viciously by celebrity seeking Mattress Girl. Third, University of Tennessee’s Corey Mock speaks about his TIX injustices. Eventually a court of law overturned UTC’s injustice. Here is the 41 min. documentary.
John Doe was a senior when he was expelled. John alleges in his lawsuit that Drake University violated his constitutional due process rights and the federal sex discrimination law, Title IX. John Doe says the University failed to consider his allegations of sexual assault against Jane Doe, but believed her allegations against him. John said Jane initiated oral sex but he was so drunk he was unable to consent. According to court documents, the woman admitted that she initiated the act without his consent. He wants to be paid for emotional stress and loss of educational and career opportunities in an amount to be determined at a jury trial. He also wants Drake to remove the expulsion from his college record.
The problem with the Minnesota boycott isn’t really that the boycott failed. It’s that the Minnesota football players did not realize they’d picked the wrong case to stand up for. There is a widely known phrase in the law that essentially defines this case: “Bad facts make bad law, and good facts make good law.” The problem is that high-profile bad cases tend to drive bad laws. Given how much media attention this case has received, that could be very bad for due process on campus.
washingtonpost.com By Justin Dillon and Matt Kaiser
Football Player’s Father: “It’s just been a total shock, it’s almost like I’m in the movies or the ‘Twilight Zone.’ Ray’s a strong kid, but obviously you’re frustrated. You feel like you’ve put this behind you…The police have cleared you and found that you were telling the truth. The prosecutor’s office has cleared you and found you were telling the truth. And the judge has cleared you, and this group [the EOAA] comes in and says they were all wrong.”
Authorities say University of Alabama student, Emma Mannion claimed she had been raped by two men. Detectives interviewed witnesses and recovered video surveillance which didn’t support her account. The police official said that after being confronted, the student acknowledged falsifying her report, and was later arrested on a misdemeanor charge of filing a false report.
Denison University settled a lawsuit with a former student who sued after being expelled over a sexual assault allegation. A female student who was drinking accused a freshman of assaulting her. According to the young man he walked her home safely, and according to SOS, his Good Samaritan actions got him falsely accused by an embarrassed young girl who was drunk. The young male was expelled following a student disciplinary hearing. The falsely accused male filed suit alleging libel, defamation, negligence and infliction of emotional distress, among other things, and said he was illegally prohibited from using an attorney and presenting evidence or testimony of his innocence.
Denison’s vice president for student development, said that she “cannot confirm that a settlement has been reached, but we can confirm that the case has been dismissed in the courts.” Clarifying, she stated, “The matter was resolved by mutual agreement and together we sought dismissal by the court.”
The falsely accused’s attorney, Eric Rosenberg, said there was a settlement but the case is officially recorded as dismissed because of semantics.
Eric Rosenberg has a growing number of lawsuits filed by young college males who are expelled following campus judicial proceedings. “I’d like to convey to students the risk of being involved with women who have been drinking…. because later she may say she was sexually assaulted.”
The accused student contends that he did “obtain affirmative consent for sexual activity, no matter how awkward it was,” and she verbally agreed. His suit characterizes the female as being more of the sexual aggressor, noting that she did not request his consent for sex acts she performed on him. The accused contends that the investigation was biased against him because he was prevented from fairly challenging her contentions of what happened that night and that she retreated from her initial allegations.
m.startribune.com By Walsh & Zamora
Men are scared of women on campus now, and fear breeds anger and prejudice. Women are frustrated by men, which inspires a lack of desire to collaborate for solutions. “I have male friends who want consent and sobriety written in writing before any physical intimacy, and they’re getting laughed at by their female companions.”…”In a sense, it’s annoying and debilitating to be constantly questioned about whether or not I have agency and am a sexual human being.”
heatst.com By Alexandra Villarreal