Skip to comments.Triple Jeopardy in College Sexual Assault Case Ends an N.F.L. Career
Posted on 05/31/2018 9:47:47 AM PDT by C19fan
This is a story of a rape accusation that would not die and a misshapen version of college justice meted out in three chapters.
Lets begin with two Michigan State students looking to hook up in March 2015, mess around and perhaps have sex. Soon after, the woman accuses the man, Keith Mumphery, who would become a pro football receiver, of sexual assault in her dorm room.
The police investigate. Mumphery turns over the text messages from his phone and provides a DNA swab. Prosecutors conduct interviews. The accuser does not return calls. They decline to prosecute.
(Excerpt) Read more at nytimes.com ...
A dirty little secret of these Title IX Star Chambers is a disproportionate number of the men accused are African-American.
And Valerie Jarrett is a sleestak.
And the overt racism of the “progressives.”
Don’t insult the Sleestaks..................
Mr. Mumphrey should send a thank you letter to Barack Obama.
Seriously, though, these schools claim they are complying with Title IX, but nothing in Title IX requires them to throw out due process and engage in witch-hunts - and if it did, then Title IX would be unconstitutional.
In this article we see that even the Slimes is starting to ask some questions about these Stalinesque secret trials &c. They don’t go so far as to say it was a bad idea of course, but we’ll take what we can get.
“Disproportionate” doesn’t mean quite what most think it does. Indeed the term gets thrown around.
Let us also remember - a “disproportionate” portion of crime in this nation is committed by African-Americans.
I don’t know - the article is pretty negative on the whole corrupt process and paints this as a truly unfair outcome for the athlete in question.
It's not quite good enough for the NYT that lawyers and scholars see "lack of due process". The readers must be assured that the lawyers are also the "correct" kinds of lawyers for it to be a legitimate observation.
This just makes me sick. Mumphrey provided exculpatory evidence and was cleared twice by an accuser-friendly college “justice” system, but because the accuser didn’t like the outcome, she destroys his livelihood anyway. I hope he successfully sues anyone and everyone who has fingerprints on this gross travesty of justice.
Cant get passed pay wall
Ive read several universities plan to keep this unjust kangaroo court system even though the original dear colleague letter is no longer policy.
Id like to see the Trump administration send out another dear colleague letter informing universities that they WILL stop this crap immediately and WILL provide due process or all federal funding for everything including student loans will be cut off. And they have about 30 days to comply.
Regret is not rape.
Does this start to smell like the treatment of men under Biden’s “Violence Against Women” law where all the woman has to do is complain, move with the kids into a halfway house, and start to drink at the magical fountain, or what?
Is that another word for homo erectus?
Fair point. I think “a chasm opened beneath the feet of the accused” is a good counterweight to its suggestion that the infamous “Dear Colleague” letter was “no doubt well intentioned”.
Lizard people from "Land of the Lost"
From the saturday morning TV show ‘Land of the Lost’.
Sleestaks were hilarious. They moved so slow they could be in your kitchen threatening you, and you had enough time to start and finish a ham sandwich and still escape their grasp.
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