Amherst. Finding key evidence in sex assault cases is expecting ‘perfection’

A male student was blacked out (as in, a blackout state, not passed out) and received oral sex from a female student…18 months later (and after befriending some victims’ advocates) she accused the male student of sexual assault. The male student was expelled by a campus process where he lacked basic due process rights. After being expelled, he got a lawyer, who discovered text messages from the accuser immediately following the alleged attack. Needless to say, the texts do not support her story. By Ashe Schow

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