In the race to dismantle due process on campus… The OCR threatened universities with the loss of federal funding if they did not further weaken already weak due process protections for those accused of sexual misconduct.
www.realclearpolitics.com By Peter Berkowitz
Due Process Rights
Articles relating to due process rights for our College boys
The mantra of the recent action around campus sexual assault has been that women just don’t falsely report rape — that a person making a sexual assault claim should be believed. Jackie’s story shows the limits of that assumption.
www.cotwa.info By Matt Kaiser and Justin Dillon
…the truth is, I don’t know how someone accused of sexual assault is supposed to prove they obtained consent under the new “yes means yes” policies. And it looks like no one else knows either. I called Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel…U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand…New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo…California Gov. Jerry Brown…I likewise tried Columbia University…Occidental’s Title IX coordinator…No response.
www.washingtonexaminer.com By Ashe Schow
…today’s students seem to have unprecedented levels of disregard for things like legal due process and standard scholarly research or journalistic practice.
www.latimes.com Op-ed by Meghan Daum
These dysfunctional policies..originated from the fundamentally flawed view that society must accommodate the needs and wants of victims even at the cost of due process.
claremontindependent.com Commentary by undergraduate students Derek Ko and Steven Glick
Mothers, it’s up to you. Will you continue to be silent as your innocent sons are used as cannon fodder for the radical feminist agenda? If you care about your sons and your daughters, speak up.
I am a feminist. I have marched at the barricades…Until a month ago, I would have expressed unqualified support for Title IX…But that was before .. a text of desperation. “CALL ME. URGENT. NOW.”
“I am a feminist, for whatever that’s worth. I am a person who is outraged by any act of violence. But I also support the American presumption that a person is innocent until proven guilty.”
m.utsandiego.com By Peg Rosen
There are approximately 12 million female college students in the U.S. (There are about 9 million males.) I asked the lead author of the study, Christopher Krebs, whether the [College Sexual Assault Study] represents the experience of those millions of female students. His answer was unequivocal: “We don’t think one in five is a nationally representative statistic.” It couldn’t be, he said, because his team sampled only two schools.
http://www.thecollegefix.com By Greg Piper
UC and other schools, the suit noted, are under pressure by the U.S. Department of Education, which provides funding for public universities, to crack down on sexual assaults on campus but are doing it in a way that is violating the rights of the accused.
www.cincinnati.com By Kimball Perry