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Guy Gets Blow Job After Getting Blackout, Gets Expelled From School After Girl Claims Sexual Assault

Guy Gets Blow Job After Getting Blackout, Gets Expelled From School After She Claimed Sexual Assault

Unfortunately, double-standards exist these days, and it seems like there is nothing we can do about it. You get a blow job from a chick? That’s sexual assault. You say hi to a girl in passing? That’s rape and twenty years. You even think of looking at a girl? You might as well be the next Hitler.

One Amherst College student knows this all too well. In 2012, he was doing what any other college student would do. He was getting blackout drunk. Some girl took him up to her dorm and then proceeded to give him head. All is good right? Wrong, two years later she cried sexual assault and got him expelled.

From the Washington Examiner:

An Amherst College student blacked out, accompanied a fellow student back to her dorm room after drinking in February 2012. While he was blacked out, she performed oral sex on him.

Nearly two years later, she would accuse him of sexual assault. And under Amherst’s guilty-until-proven-innocent (and even then, as we’ll see, still guilty) hearing standards, the accused student was expelled.

He is suing the college after they did not give him due process. The evidence in the case should be able to clear him of any charges.

The accused student — using the pseudonym John Doe — is suing the university for denying him due process. His lawyer had discovered text messages that prove the accused student did not initiate the encounter and in no way sexually assaulted the accuser. Despite this evidence, the university refused to reopen Doe’s case.

It sounds like this guy has a better case for claiming sexual assault. It kind of sounds like this story. These stupid guilty until proven innocent rules that universities have are ruining good lives. This kind of stuff has to stop, and we must take a stand. There’s a reason that the presumption of innocence (aka innocent until proven guilty) is one of the most sacred principles of the American criminal justice system.

[via Washington Examiner]

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Harrison Lee

The Boulevard is a Content Manager for Grandex, Inc. He hates soccer and terrorists. He will forget more about sports than you will ever know in your lifetime.

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