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Justice? College Withholds Degree of Student ACQUITTED of Rape...
Perhaps you've noticed this too, because it feels like there's been an alarming lack of "due process" lately on college campuses whenever someone is accused of rape (see Obama and Biden Seek to Defund Colleges ‘Guilty’ of… ‘Rape Culture?’ and New Rape Rules for Feminism: “I didn’t say no…but it’s still rape!”). Here's an example. A college student was accused - AND ACQUITTED - of rape in a court of law. Yet the college still won't let him graduate and give him his degree.
Because...they say so?
A former University of Alaska Fairbanks hockey player who was charged with and then acquitted of rape says the statewide college system refuses to hand over his petroleum engineering degree. Nolan Youngmun, through his attorney William Ingaldson, filed a lawsuit Wednesday against the University of Alaska and three individuals, who he argues are unreasonably withholding his bachelor's degree...
Prior to being charged in state court, the university initiated a Title IX investigation, a federal law that establishes sex discrimination protections for schools that receive federal financial assistance. That investigation began four days after the alleged victim came forward. According to the complaint, Marsh told the assigned investigator, "The alleged perp graduates in three weeks, we need to get the administrative investigation concluded so we can make a preponderance call and expel prior to graduation."
In late April 2015, Rogers emailed Youngmun, informing him his graduation and degree "were to be held in abeyance" pending the outcome of the university's investigation, the complaint says. Youngmun was permitted to take his final exams and complete his final projects remotely, as he'd been trespassed from campus.
The school wouldn't comment. At first read, it seems even though Youngmun was acquitted in a court of law, the college still has to conclude its kangaroo court internal investigation.
I have a little question of my own, though. Whatever happened to the premise of "innocent until proven guilty"? Are we still using that, or did the United States export it to another country, on the promise we'd adopt another policy? I only ask because, the entire case here seems predicated on this guy's guilt. A guilt which didn't hold up in court. Even after he was acquitted, the college is still acting like he was found guilty. Or found eating the innards of puppies.
So Nolan Youngmun was accused of rape. Accused. As in someone alleged he was a rapist. Youngmun was then acquitted of said rape. I feel like these facts were already mentioned somewhere before...
Oh right, in the opening paragraph of this post. I thought there was a distinct echo in here...
Yet the college has decided to act on its own, separate from the law. Now I'm not a legal scholar by any means, but this does seem, how do leftists say it... "UNFAIR"?!
Meanwhile, women all over college campuses are spreading false rape stories, while redefining what rape means, then saying rape culture is, like, super serious. While guys like Nolan Youngmun try to slog through school just to get his degree. You can see why I have a hard time believing in a.) rape culture and b.) Nolan Youngmun's guilt what with all the false rape stories out there.
Perhaps instead of focusing on fake rape culture, we should focus on the war on white men, perpetuated by mostly young, angry women with an axe to grind. And likely a distorted view on reality. Feminists. I'm referring to feminists. It could be their distorted world view is from the weird things they're doing with their eyebrows and eyelashes. Because freedom of expression.
Speaking of feminists drinking the crazy...