3 thoughts on “‘Feminists’ seek to deny due process to college men accused of rape on campus

  1. Rape is a felony, and reported rapes need to be investigated by the police, not by colleges. University administrators are neither trained in nor inclined to pursue professional law enforcement investigations.

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  3. OK, so what happens when the school has its own “police” force? A few already do, like the U of Oregon, but I personally wouldn’t trust them to investigate who was responsible for chewing gum stuck to the bottom of a desk seat w/o taking months to do so and bungling every aspect of a clean investigation.

    Rape is a serious charge. It should be investigated by trained, experienced investigators whose only dog in the fight is to get a creep off the streets (or a liar/accuser outed). When the investigation is complete, it may be wise to allow the school access to the finished report, and to make an advertised decision at that point.

    But I wouldn’t trust ANY school involved in athletics-for-pay (which includes most Div. 1 & 2 schools) to be involved in running ANY investigation of its students, nor any school run by panderers to the extremist wackos that are our next generation of “leaders”.

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