Last edited by Vois; 06-06-2014 at 05:36 AM.
Yup, it seems like nothing but bureaucratic bullshit to me. Hopefully, If enough people get wind of this story then the university will be forced to withdraw from this nonsense. I think it's largely a result of her accusing the university of being incompetent so the university's administrators felt threatened and went on the attack.
"Nothing happens until the pain of staying the same outweighs the pain of change."
i thought it was some bullshit too when i saw the headline but the word "alleged" gives me pause. if it hasn't been proven that he actually raped her and its the sort of deal where okay-she-doesn't-say-his-name-but-come-on-everybody-knows-who-it-is then i can see where it might be an issue.
just food for thought/playing devils advocate. i can definitely empathize with it being some bullshit.
Schools generally protect themselves, they're not equipped to handle criminal cases internally. See Sandusky/etc/etc/etc.
This problem is probably far worse at private schools tho.
The mind a killing weapon
The heart an open wound
I dislike policies that protect assholes, and well considering most people think rapists are assholes... then well there ya go. But there may more details to the story, which is cool and all but I really don't care that much one way or the other.
At this point, it's hard for me to believe anything in the news anymore. I watched most of the Jodi Arias trial, and there were so many inconsistencies between the actuality of what occurred in the trial, and any news source I could find. The details are generally so muddled and important pieces left out, that it's pretty pointless to even read the news anymore. It's so swayed and deluded from reality, for one reason or another.