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How Title IX Sexual Assault Injustice Operates

How Title IX Sexual Assault Injustice Operates Calculating how preponderance of the evidence falsely 'convicts' the innocent on campus. Ronald Bailey | March 17, 2017 Joshua Rainey/DreamstimeIn his Commentaries on the Laws of England, William Blackstone declared, "It is better that ten guilty persons escape, than that one innocent suffer." In an 1785 letter, Benjamin [...]

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Lawsuit: Father fired after defending disabled son from campus kangaroo court

Lawsuit: Father fired after defending disabled son from campus kangaroo court By Ashe Schow  /   March 20, 2017  /   News  /   36 Comments Creative Commons / User Mr_Pat DUE PROCESS: Drake University removed a trustee who defended his disabled son over a sexual assault accusation When Tom Rossley was a teenager deciding [...]

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School Will Pretend To Be A Court After Admitting It’s Not One

School Will Pretend To Be A Court After Admitting It’s Not One By MATT LAMB MARCH 14, 2017 A dean at Sarah Lawrence College, a prestigious liberal arts college in New York, has made a shocking admission: the school is not a court, especially when it comes to Title IX and sexual assault cases. However, this [...]

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Female Drake U. Student Initiates Sex with Incapacitated Male, Lies About Key Details. Guess Who Got Expelled?

Female Drake U. Student Initiates Sex with Incapacitated Male, Lies About Key Details. Guess Who Got Expelled? University wouldn't let male fraternity brother file a Title IX complaint against his accuser, because of "retaliation." Robby Soave|Mar. 14, 2017 10:32 am Picture Des MoinesThere are fundamental deprivations of justice, and then there's what happened to a [...]

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Anti-rape activists ‘shut down’ female professor who decried ‘sexual paranoia’ on campus

Anti-rape activists ‘shut down’ female professor who decried ‘sexual paranoia’ on campus TONI AIRAKSINEN - BARNARD COLLEGE •MARCH 10, 2017  451  4384 Share122  1 We don’t need your ‘bullshit’ at Wellesley Nearly two years after she beat a Title IX investigation stemming from her essay on “sexual paranoia” on campus, Northwestern University Prof. Laura Kipnis [...]

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How colleges muddy the waters on sexual-assault accusations

OPINION How colleges muddy the waters on sexual-assault accusations By Naomi Schaefer Riley March 6, 2017 | 8:20pm | Updated Modal Trigger Yale UniversityAP MORE FROM: NAOMI SCHAEFER RILEY Dressing your kids in slogan tees is a terrible way to parent New hope for kids aging out of foster care If the 'Flip or Flop' couple [...]

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Judge: Male student expelled for sexual assault may have been victim himself

Judge: Male student expelled for sexual assault may have been victim himself By Ashe Schow  /   March 6, 2017  /   News  /   8 Comments       Part 5 of 5 in the series Due Process Wins Creative Commons / User SteveAlexander CAMPUS CULTURE: A school expelled a male student even though [...]

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PR: Sacred Heart Case Shows That Law Enforcement Involvement is Essential in Campus Sexual Assault Cases

PRESS RELEASE Contact: Christopher Perry Telephone: 301-801-0608 Email: cperry@saveservices.org   Sacred Heart Case Shows That Law Enforcement Involvement is Essential in Campus Sexual Assault Cases   WASHINGTON / March 7, 2017 – Bridgeport (CT) Police have arrested a woman from Sacred Heart University for filing a false police report alleging that she was sexually assaulted.  [...]

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Sweeping Change at the Office for Civil Rights Is Imperative

Sweeping Change at the Office for Civil Rights Is Imperative MAR 1, 2017George Leef9 Comments Nowhere is the adage “personnel is policy” truer than in the federal education bureaucracy. With nothing more than a few Dear Colleague letters meant to provide “guidance” to nearly all colleges and universities, during the Obama administration officials in the [...]

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Key Amherst Decision

Of all the campus cases since the Dear Colleague letter, the Amherst case is the worst. This case featured a student (JD) who not only could use his accuser’s own words to prove his innocence, but could demonstrate from the college’s own findings that he was, plausibly, a sexual assault victim—and yet the college culminated [...]

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