More college men are fighting back against sexual misconduct cases

____ ____,  ____ ____ and ____ ____ were headed toward bright futures at prestigious colleges and universities when each got involved in one-night sexual encounters.

All three young men claimed the encounters were consensual — but the women asserted otherwise. In each case, campus officials found the men responsible for sexual assault and expelled or suspended them. But all three are pushing back, suing the schools on charges that their rights to a fair hearing were violated. Full Article

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Gee wizz; more good results from the anti sex witch hunt. I know the laws, ordinances, act’s, etc that we deal with haven’t protected or saved one child, or one adult, for that matter, so now I’m wondering how the phantom sex scare is supposed to help colleges and students. From what I’ve just read it seems to be helping schools and students about as much as all the trash laws we are subject to.

The entire college system is a farce played out in front of the world. And why is there a separate system operating in a vacuum with even congress persons trying to perfect a system that is flawed from inception?

If a college student commits a crime, it should be handled directly by state law without any interference from the faculty and that is the end of the double standard. Then there would be none of these kangaroo courts.

This would also work in favor of anyone falsely accused because the accuser would also be held to the law in that regard as well.

What real life lessons do these special civilian administrative panels teach anyhow? Probably that if your parents have enough money and influence on the school and staff, you will get by with a slap on the wrist? We must never lose site of justice and compassion for victims as we fight for equality under the law and justice as well in our case where punishment is imposed ex post facto.

I am finally getting it. All this “sex” and “rape” hype is actually a step toward this world coming to an end. It all makes sense now. Everyone will be afraid of having sex due to false accusations that could happen anytime, anywhere and as we all know, everyone is guilty until proven innocent, and if one person says you “raped” them, they will believe that person. Soooo, everybody will and should be afraid of having “sex” since that can land you, and really anyone for that matter in prison by the mere accusation of one person. Sex, as we all know, is needed to procreate, hence, in the near future, there will be no more procreation, meaning no more kids, and……the end of this world. Bravo! Someone is getting their way to end this beautiful world.

I have only one thing to say on this subject…DUKE!