Cheers go out to investigators at the University at Buffalo North Campus. A female student claimed she was sexual assaulted. The investigators were unable to find evidence to support her claim. The student admitted that her claim was false. Thank God this young girl realized her mistake in making a false accusation, and admitted her mistake before she could ruin an innocent young man. This is why due process and fact finding is essential when an accusation of an assault is made.
buffalo.edu By Kate McKenna
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.
John Doe claims Denison violated Title IX by creating a gender biased, hostile environment against males, based in part on Denison’s pattern and practice of disciplining male students who accept physical contact initiated by female students…”Upon arriving in John Doe’s room, Jane Doe voluntarily started to undress herself and initiated sexual activity with John Doe. After Jane had an orgasm, Jane stated she would rather have sexual intercourse and asked John to get a condom.” Based on the information detailed in this Complaint [see below] (and) upon information and belief, Defendants’ unlawful discipline of John Doe occurred in part because of Defendants’archaic assumptions that female students do not sexually assault their fellow male students.
Remember John Doe who was expelled for sexual misconduct, even though his accuser performed a sex act on him while he was blacked out? Recently, Seattle District Judge James Robart, blocked Doe’s attempt to subpoena his accuser’s text messages on grounds that re-litigating the matter “would impose emotional and psychological trauma” on her. According to Judge Robart, John Doe who believes Amherst violated his due process rights, wrongfully expelled him, and ignored subsequent evidence that his accuser, ‘Sandra Jones,’ was the actual violator of the college’s sexual misconduct policies, does not deserve the opportunity to make his case because someone else’s feelings are more important. Judge Robart argued that since Doe isn’t suing Jones directly, he has no right to involve her in his case against Amherst. The Moral: SUE YOUR ACCUSER
reason.com By Robby Soave
College fake accusations are increasing and distressingly so. I really wish that college girls would study, and focus on their career instead of teasing and throwing their body at a guy, and afterwards create a rape story to major in victim hood101. Pluze, these false accusations stink. Stop this! Stop lying! Stop craving a victim hood career. It’s embarrassing. After reading through this latest Illinois court filing, I have tremendous respect for John Doe’s courage, strength, and integrity. John Doe alleges that Columbia College Chicago violated Title IX by creating a gender biased, hostile environment against males, based in part on CCC’s pattern and practice of disciplining male students who accept physical contact initiated by female students…Upon information and belief, CCC’s agents involved in CCC’s adjudication of Roe’s sexual misconduct claims against Doe -knew Doe had not sexually assaulted Roe and that Roe had initiated and/or consented to all physical contact. Read it, the evidence is overwhelming: Docket 1 complaint doe v columbia college chicago-1
The latest filings in the Jack Montague case at Yale confirm why negotiations between the two sides failed. Montague’s was a case that never should have been brought. The accuser was unwilling to file a complaint herself-despite strong pressure from Yale’s Title IX officials. So Yale’s Title IX officials filed the complaint themselves-ignoring the fact that the university’s own procedures gave the Title IX office very limited justifications (none of which applied in this case) to substitute itself for the accuser as the complainant.
academicwonderland.com By KC Johnson
A lawsuit was filed in November 2015 by the UVA chapter of Phi Psi and has been in limbo while Dean Eramo’s lawsuit moved forward. An attorney for Phi Psi said Monday they’re seeking a “broader area of inquiry” than what was requested by Eramo, and a judge has again ruled that Jackie must comply with a subpoena to turn over documents relating to the case…Jackie’s claims about a gang rape fell apart once it was discovered that the man she allegedly had a date with on that night didn’t exist. Numerous doubts began to emerge, leading to a retraction from Rolling Stone, an investigation of what went wrong from by Columbia Journalism Review, and three lawsuits.
watchdog.org By Ashe Schow
A male student has sued Purdue University for suspending him for a year, and expelling him from its ROTC program after his ex-girlfriend accused him of snuggling without her consent while they were dating. Male gender bias exists at Purdue and many colleges across the country and essentially assumes that accused male students are guilty until proven innocent. This sex bias suit against Purdue was brought by Andrew Miltenberg who said the “school’s risk management systems favor punishment of innocent male students, for fear of backlash from victim advocate rights groups.”
thecollegefix.com By Greg Piper
A former Baylor University financial aid staffer filed a Title IX lawsuit. The suit was filed by Lyn Wheeler Kinyon, former assistant vice president for student financial aid. Ms. Kinyon claims she was fired in retaliation for reinstating a football player’s scholarship who she states was improperly revoked because of allegations of a sexual assault that had not yet been investigated.
espn.com By Lavigne and Schlabach
Cornell University and its Title IX Coordinator, Sarah Affel exhibited cruel and unusual punishment towards one of their own male students as evidenced by this recent decision by The New York State Supreme Court.
Recently, the Hon. Eugene D. Faughnan found that Cornell University and its Title IX Coordinator, Sarah Affel, acted “arbitrarily and capriciously” and “without any rational basis” when they refused to promptly investigate John Doe’s claim that a Cornell Title IX investigator discriminated against him in a sexual assault matter in which he is both a complainant and a respondent.
-The Court found that John Doe suffered “actual harm” and was prejudiced in the sexual assault matter by Cornell’s arbitrary and capricious refusal to comply with its own Title IX-mandated anti-discrimination policy.
-The Court ordered Cornell and Ms. Affel to immediately investigate the male student’s discrimination complaint.
In summary, the biased Cornell Title IX investigator refused to properly investigate John Doe’s claim that he had been sexually assaulted and tried to prejudice him in connection with Jane Roe’s sex assault claim. When John Doe sought redress under Cornell’s Title IX-mandated policy prohibiting staff members from discriminating against students, Cornell ignored that claim as well, refusing to promptly investigate.
Read Court Decision Here: Cornell Decision and Order 1 20 17
John Doe’s Attorney Alan Sash: thetab.com
This story is one for the history books…It was the summer of 2014 when two Michigan State University students, “Nathan” and “Melanie” agreed to meet and have sex. About a year later, Melanie began taking hormones in order to transition to a man. Her transition was one of the reasons she filed a Title IX complaint against Nathan, 16 months after the incident. “Transitioning was one of the driving elements for why I reported, because I felt uncomfortable using the men’s restrooms in my residential college, for fear that I would encounter him.” After months of costly appeals, what is Nathan’s sanction? A no-contact order along with a finding that Nathan violated MSU’s policy on sexual conduct. His transcript will forever state that he was guilty of an unspecified sex offense.
reason.com By Robby Soave