A former student government leader at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg is accusing the school of wrongly expelling him over allegedly false accusations of sexual wrongdoing. John Doe told campus officials that Roe did not object to the sexual encounter, and she had continued contact through texting – and even had breakfast with him and friends the following morning – until he declined her request for a date and after she allegedly saw a social-media photo of him with another woman…Despite Doe’s claims of consensual sex, USF expelled Doe in May 2017, denying him a subsequent appeal. In the suit Doe concludes with a plea for his future, “I am 19 years and I stand before you literally fighting for my life. Please don’t end it before it even begins over allegations that are absolutely not true.”
College Men: Don’t apply here
Occidental, UVA, Yale, Stanford, Columbia, Harvard, University of Oregon, USC, SMU, UNC, the State of New York, Illinois, Virginia, Minnesota, California and Connecticut. These colleges and states have passed policies and laws that are extremely biased against males. As anti-due process continues, this list increases. Men are preferring Canadian colleges over American colleges. It’s worth your good name, innocence and a successful future for you to go elsewhere.
A Cal State San Marcos student accused of rape has filed a federal lawsuit alleging the university violated his rights to due process through an unfair investigation. (No criminal charges were ever filed.) The procedure “denied plaintiff any access to the investigatory reports, the details of the false accusation against him, or the opportunity to adequately prepare a defense to the allegations against him, and the opportunity for a fair and unbiased process…” The student’s degree and transcripts were placed on hold and the suit argues that by withholding his academic credentials, without giving him the chance to defend himself, the university breached his constitutional rights to due process under the fifth and fourteenth amendments.
sandiegouniontribune.com By D. Brennan
Nungesser’s suit charged that the University failed to protect him from-and even encouraged-sustained protest by Sulkowicz, which Nungesser initially argued was a violation of Title IX. The University announced that it had settled the suit in a conciliatory statement which reaffirmed that Columbia’s investigation had found Nungesser not responsible and expressed regret that his time after the investigation was “very difficult for him and not what Columbia would want any of its students to experience.”
columbiaspectator.com By Aaron Holmes
Allegheny College recently settled the federal civil-rights lawsuit brought by “John Doe”…Doe alleged that Allegheny consistently kept him in the dark throughout the 2015 proceeding. “Allegheny engaged in a pattern of conduct and employed methods, including arbitrary deadlines, unreasonable notice, and unfairly withholding information, which violated its own policies, all of which denied John a meaningful opportunity to defend himself against Jane’s false claim,” and gave him no “meaningful appeal” of his expulsion, the most severe sanction a college can impose.
‘Jane Roe’ initiated sexual activity with ‘John Doe’. Roe told Doe she had hooked up with men from other fraternities and she “repeatedly” affirmed she wanted to have sex with him. Roe brought Doe to climax with her hand, and put her phone number in his phone. But 10 days later she accused Doe claiming she didn’t remember much about that night and couldn’t have consented because of the “significant amount of alcohol” she consumed. Even though witnesses said Roe did not show signs of incapacitation, Doe should have known she was “incapacitated.” John Doe was found responsible for violating the school’s sexual violence policy and was suspended and physically blocked from campus for three years. According to the lawsuit, UC-Berkeley’s Title IX process is riddled with “structural error.”
thecollegefix.com By Devyn Deeter
A University of Dayton student referred to in court documents as John Doe alleges he was wrongfully suspended for two years following a night of consensual sexual activity with a fellow student and athletic trainer. Like so many other young men on college campuses, John was put through the wringer. Without the ability to properly defend himself, John was suspended from the university for two years and lost his appeal. He is now suing the accuser on two counts of defamation and suing Dayton for breach of contract and violating his rights under Title IX to be free from sex discrimination. In a move I have not seen before, John is also suing the National Center for Higher Education Risk Management (NCHERM), a consulting firm that charges colleges big bucks to teach them how to implement adjudication policies that have led to many lawsuits from accused students. It’s not clear how much Dayton has paid NCHERM, but the group held a conference in 2011 that cost $2,500 a head and netted $425,000. One of the investigators Dayton hired for this case was Dr. Daniel C. Swinton, who worked for NCHERM. He went to Ohio to conduct the investigation. John alleges NCHERM was a third party to his injustice and is suing them for breach of contract, promissory estoppel, and negligence.
thefederalist.com By Ashe Schow
There is a strange fiction that dominates American college campuses. It is the belief that America’s most “tolerant,” progressive, and sensitive communities are simultaneously virtual hellholes for marginalized members of the community, justifying emergency extra-constitutional measures designed to end oppression and defend the defenseless. Thus, the federal government hypes false statistics that a staggering 20 percent of female students will be victims of sexual assault. Thus, campuses implement disciplinary practices and policies that deny due process and treat straight men as guilty until proven innocent. And, colleges claim, it’s all necessary. After all, rape and sexual harassment represent life-changing traumas. False accusations and unjust punishment? Well, that’s just a momentary inconvenience – a small price to pay for the cause of social justice… Tell that to the family of Thomas Klocke, a student at the University of Texas at Arlington.
Drake University in Iowa has fired a trustee board member after expelling his disabled son, who alleged he was the victim of a rape by a female student. Both students filed complaints, but only the male was investigated. The son’s lawsuit alleges that both he and the female were intoxicated, and she initiated oral sex on him. It added that he wasn’t “in a state to be with her” and “not able to give consent that night.” Trustee Tom Rossley, who had been on Drake’s board for 23 years, accused the college of failing to accommodate his son’s “ADHD, anxiety, and language-based learning disabilities” and claimed that the female said “on the record” during a hearing that she indeed has initiated sex without the son’s consent. Rossley was told to stop complaining about the process and eventually was asked to step down from his position.
heatst By Lukas Mikelionis
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
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,”