September 27, 2019
You just wait…
I don’t know if it’s a fluke or a trend, but we’ve had two Daily White Pills in a row about men winning legal battles against stupid lying whores.
This win in Boston comes after a big win in France earlier this week.
Regrettably, in this case, the whore herself was not forced to pay the price, but the system that empowered her was.
A former Boston College student has won more than $100,000 from his alma mater after a federal jury found the private nonprofit institution mishandled sexual assault allegations against him.
The case is significant in that it is the first sex assault lawsuit against a university to reach a jury trial since 2011, when the Obama administration rewrote the rules for how college officials should investigate and arbitrate sexual violence on campuses.
Yes, the pro-rape hoax African warlord Obama made it more or less utterly impossible for a man to defend himself against a lying whore.
It was literally “Believe Women: The Law.”
Some activists who believe the Obama rules lacked due process for accused students have seized on the Boston College ruling as validation that these campus proceedings are unfair and potentially ruinous of the college and professional careers of those accused.
“The jury’s clear verdict here suggests that, as with so many situations involving both free speech and due process, universities are unable to defend in public what they try to do in private,” said Samantha Harris, vice president of policy research at the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, a civil liberties watchdog in academe.
The lawsuit stems from an episode that happened seven years ago. John Doe, as he is known in court filings, was a senior at the university in 2012 and on assignment for the student newspaper, The Heights, covering an event on a cruise ship sponsored by a university-sanctioned student group.
According to Doe’s original lawsuit, there were more than 600 people on the ship, and the event was crowded. As Doe made his way across a dance floor on one of the decks, a female student, referred to as AB in court documents, turned around and began screaming at Doe. AB reported later that someone had digitally penetrated her anus with at least two fingers.
Yeah I mean okay how do you just walk by someone and penetrate their anus with two fingers? Even with one finger, you’d have to have your finger all greased up with Vaseline or something, and you’d have to have some kind of grip on the bitch, such as on her waist or shoulder.
The idea you could do this in a crowd, in public, is stupid and nonsensical, on its face, just based on physics.
Confused by her and unable to hear her because of the loud music, Doe moved away from AB and toward a group of his friends, his complaint states. One of Doe’s acquaintances, JK, who had been walking in front of Doe during the incident, allegedly turned around and told him “Sorry, dude, that was my bad.” Doe did not understand the remark.
A few minutes after Doe reached his friends, security guards on the ship came and detained him until the ship docked. Massachusetts State Police then arrested Doe. Officers placed plastic bags on his hands to preserve any physical evidence on them and kept him in custody overnight after taking swabs of his fingers and clothes. He was subsequently charged with indecent assault and battery.
The Boston College Police Department was notified of the assault, and an officer filed a report on the incident that incorrectly stated Doe had been dancing with AB when he digitally penetrated her without permission. The officer’s report stated AB saw the person who assaulted her and knew who he was. This version of events was shared among university administrators.
Doe said in his complaint that JK had likely committed the assault, which would explain his comment to Doe the night of the incident. JK, who claimed not to remember speaking to Doe, texted him and his friends after the cruise to ask why Doe had been taken away by security. Doe and JK had a phone conversation after the cruise, which was recorded by a private investigator, during which Doe told JK about the woman’s allegations. JK’s response, according to the lawsuit, was, “What a bitch. What kind of girl goes to a dance floor like that and doesn’t expect to get touched or grabbed?”
Her ass was probably grabbed, and she invented the anal fingering.
Anal fingering is simply not possible in a casual dance setting, because the anus has a muscle called the “sphincter” that keeps it closed so that feces do not fall out of it.
Reader: do me a favor right now, and try to casually stick two fingers up your anus.
No I’m joking you faggot, don’t do that – but seriously, I think we all get what I’m saying here.
Maybe someone grabbed her ass, who knows. No one fingered her butthole, that is retarded. And yet, an entire series of people took this at face value, and used it to destroy the poor lad’s life. And the stupid bitch will never face any consequences.
They should have examined the whore’s anus – if someone jammed TWO fingers up it in the middle of a dance floor, there would literally be torn tissue. That mucosa is sensitive and tears easily.
It’s just incredible the way these whores are allowed to just lie, lie, lie without punishment.
Doe’s lawsuit contends that college officials ignored his assertions that someone else was to blame for the assault. Administrators held a hearing on the allegations against him in November 2012, less than a month after the cruise ship event and before the criminal investigation was finished. College officials had declined to postpone it.
Doe was ultimately found responsible for indecent battery and assault, the same crime for which he had been arrested and charged. The Suffolk County district attorney’s office ultimately dropped the charges in 2014 after forensic testing found none of the assault victim’s DNA on his hands, and surveillance footage of the ship revealed Doe was at least four feet away from AB when the assault likely occurred.
The offenses for which the college found Doe responsible were not officially listed in its misconduct policies.
The jury awarded Doe more than $24,800 for a semester’s worth of tuition and $77,600 in lost income from being delayed from starting his law career.
Boston College spokesman Jack Dunn said in a written statement, “This trial involved a breach of contract claim under Boston College’s disciplinary procedures, not a claim of discrimination under Title IX. We are disappointed by the verdict, which we believe is contrary to the evidence presented at trial on the very narrowly defined issues before the jury. The university will be reviewing the matter internally to determine its options going forward.”
The decision is a sign that juries are now less inclined to favor colleges, said Peter Lake, director of the Center for Excellence in Higher Education Law and Policy at Stetson University.
Lake cited the expensive aftermath of protests at Oberlin College, which was forced to pay $11 million to a local bakery, whose owners accused university officials of urging students to boycott it.
“Jury attitude has shifted, and it’s not going to be lost on people that the political dialogue of the day is clearly having an influence in the courtroom,” Lake said.
He said that even though this was technically not a Title IX case, since the Title IX-related claims were dismissed by the federal district court in 2016, it carries “Title IX overtones,” and is likely to be remembered in the ongoing war over how colleges handle sexual assaults.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos rescinded the Obama administration’s Title IX rules two years ago and replaced them with draft regulations that give colleges more flexibility in adjudicating cases.
Yeah, that is one useful thing Trump has done, for sure.
What a completely insane concept, that you can be proven innocent by the cops and not even charged with anal fingering (based on DNA and video evidence that no anal fingering took place), but the school is judge, jury and executioner, and tells you that what matters is what is real in the woman’s mind.
He deserved a lot more than $100,000, I can tell you that.
But still: big white pill for Friday.