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Civil rights official at the Department of Education publicly speaks the truth about bogus sexual assault cases, then gets attacked for it

By someone else   Jul 13, 5:54pm   143 views   1 comment   watch (1)   quote      

Investigative processes have not been “fairly balanced between the accusing victim and the accused student,” Ms. Jackson argued, and students have been branded rapists “when the facts just don’t back that up.” In most investigations, she said, there’s “not even an accusation that these accused students overrode the will of a young woman.”

“Rather, the accusations — 90 percent of them — fall into the category of ‘we were both drunk,’ ‘we broke up, and six months later I found myself under a Title IX investigation because she just decided that our last sleeping together was not quite right,’” Ms. Jackson said.""

Lol, can't have the truth conflicting with The Narrative™ now can we?

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1   IdealTrack   Jul 16, 9:48pm     ↑ like (1)   ↓ dislike   quote    

Wow. Great article. Can't believe I missed it.

Thinking positively, perhaps Trump can make a difference here - who knows. Maybe he can do at least one thing right and get alignment from congress. He is fighting all of the deep seated bureaucracies both in and out of government on this issue. I think we all know that this would NEVER happen from the Democratic party (not saying that Trump is a Republican - he is not). The outrage from those groups dedicated to destroying men and building kangaroo courts is good to see.

I still don't know why these women are not going to the police. I am confused why the location of the crime means there is an extra-judicial process needed. Why is crime not getting adjudicated through the existing legal system?

Good job again by the NY Times - article was very well balanced.

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