The Campus Gestapo takes a life

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The Campus Gestapo takes a life

I sus­pect they won’t show much remorse until the end of the law­suit:

If every other egre­gious exam­ple of a male stu­dent denied due process after being accused of sex­ual mis­con­duct gets ignored – this one should not be.

A male stu­dent who was accused of sex­ual harass­ment com­mit­ted sui­cide just days after the Uni­ver­sity of Texas at Arling­ton ignored its own poli­cies in order to pun­ish him. The accused student’s father, a lawyer act­ing as the admin­is­tra­tor of his son’s estate, is now suing the school for vio­lat­ing his son’s Title IX rights.

Frankly given that peo­ple involved in bul­ly­ing have been held crim­i­nally respon­si­ble in the past I’d like to see these mem­bers of the Cam­pus Gestapo held to that same level of crim­i­nal respon­si­bil­ity in this student’s death.

This kind of thing is going to con­tinue until the price of it is too high for those mak­ing false accu­sa­tions or for the schools that are throw­ing due process out the window.

Exit ques­tion, how long before we hear mem­bers of the left say the dead stu­dent got what he deserved?

I suspect they won’t show much remorse until the end of the lawsuit:

If every other egregious example of a male student denied due process after being accused of sexual misconduct gets ignored – this one should not be.

A male student who was accused of sexual harassment committed suicide just days after the University of Texas at Arlington ignored its own policies in order to punish him.  The accused student’s father, a lawyer acting as the administrator of his son’s estate, is now suing the school for violating his son’s Title IX rights.

Frankly given that people involved in bullying have been held criminally responsible in the past  I’d like to see these members of the Campus Gestapo held to that same level of criminal responsibility in this student’s death.

This kind of thing is going to continue until the price of it is too high for those making false accusations or for the schools that are throwing due process out the window.

Exit question, how long before we hear members of the left say the dead student got what he deserved?