Doo Doo Process

Feminist lynch mob

This article was on the front pager of the Merced Sun-Stroke today:

Will fewer college students report sexual assault after this California court ruling?

College students who have reported sexual assaults will be called to answer questions in a live hearing from the very people they’ve accused of abusing them — a significant change that critics say turns a classroom into a courtroom.

The Jan. 4 ruling in a lawsuit filed by a male undergraduate USC student against university administrators has immediate repercussions for dozens of students across the state whose reports of sexual harassment, assault or rape are currently under investigation.

In the lawsuit, the student sought to overturn his expulsion from USC after school administrators found he violated campus code, determining that sex he had with a woman was forcible and non-consensual.

Judge Thomas L. Willhite held that when a student accused of sexual misconduct is facing severe disciplinary sanctions, like expulsion or suspension — and the credibility of witnesses is central — a fair process must include a live hearing where parties may cross-examine each other.

While the case was taken up against a private school, the ruling defines requirements for a fair disciplinary hearing at private and public schools, potentially shaping hundreds of investigations a year across campuses statewide.

Victim advocates worry that implementing the policy will result in fewer students reporting sexual assault and rape, compounding the existing problem that most attacks go unreported.

The ruling follows a national trend toward requiring live hearings in administrative procedures on campuses — a practice that college administrators say is traumatic for both the accused and the accuser and fails to reach the truth.

“The courts have long held that we are not required to convert our classrooms into courtrooms, and yet that seems to be precisely what they are doing here,” said Leora Freedman, deputy general counsel for the California State University.

The shift has been celebrated by those who feel the rights of the accused have been sidestepped in educational settings. Victim advocates say that adopting criminal proceedings in campus investigations is traumatic and chill the reporting of campus sexual abuse.

Morgan Dewey, with the organization End Rape on Campus, put it plainly: “This policy change makes schools less safe for survivors and easier for students to get away with sexual assault.”

“(For survivors) to know that they would have to sit through a live hearing with a rapist is terrifying and traumatizing and will definitely curtail reporting on campus,” Dewey said.

State Sen. Hannah-Beth Jackson, D-Santa Barbara, echoed those concerns and said she hopes the decision is challenged to the California Supreme Court for that very reason.

“Clearly we need to respect one’s constitutional right to due process,” said Jackson, who recently introduced state legislation on the issue. But, she added, there is a difference between a criminal proceeding, where the accused’s personal liberty and freedom is at stake, and an administrative hearing.

“To conflate them is the height of misogyny and sexism. We do want to provide due process,” Jackson said. “There is a way to get there without discouraging victims to come forward.”

There is a bunch more and you should go read it.

Prior to this ruling, sexual assault allegations on campus were referred to the student disciplinary board rather than law enforcement. The disciplinary board would appoint an investigator to look into the matter. You might think that this investigator would be a retired cop with experience at investigating sexual assaults. If you thought that you might be very, very, wrong.

The kind of person who gets selected for this position is the kind of person who would have a degree in Womyn’s Studies or Intersectional Feminism or some other major within the Department of Misandry. This person would take an alleged victim’s report, believe every word of it (because victims have a right to be believed”) and then unleash a mob of kangaroos who would find the perpetrator, cover him in ‘Roo doo doo and then bounce him from the campus for evermore.

Apparently, some of the rapists who were expelled from college objected to the kangaroo court’s doo doo process. They filed lawsuits, and they are mostly winning. Many cases are still pending. In a lot of the cases I read about the facts are Kafkaesque.

Imagine being told you are facing school discipline for sexual assault, but they won’t tell you who is accusing you, they won’t tell you what you were alleged to have done, nor will they tell you when an=d where it allegedly took place. You are not entitled to an attorney. If you hire your own attorney they are not allowed to participate. Virtually everyone in the process will be biased against you, and there is no right to appeal.

These disciplinary boards are not criminal in nature, so you can’t be incarcerated or fined, but they can (and probably will) expel you from school. Think about how hard it is to get into a top school. What schools would accept you after you were expelled for sexual assault? What employer would hire you with that on your record?

Now imagine you are Brett Kavanaugh, and 30 years ago Christine Blah Blah Ford accused you of attempted rape two or three years earlier. The cops investigate but no action was taken because there was no substantiation and she was vague about key details. But the accusation was never disproven either.

Do you think you would ever become a judge at any level?

If you are ever falsely accused of rape or child molestation, you will never escape the taint that is put on you. No matter matter what happens, some people will always suspect you. “He must have done something. Victims never lie.”

“This court finds you not guilty. But just in case, you are sentenced to castration.”

About Dr. Myiq2xu

Unless President Donald J. Trump pulls a hat out of a rabbit real soon, on 1/21/21 I will wake up in a socialist banana republic.
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104 Responses to Doo Doo Process

  1. elliesmom says:

    None of these cases should be “heard” on the college campus. If a student believes he or she was assaulted, sexually or otherwise, the proper place to report it is to the police, and the proper place for it to be heard is in a courtroom.

    • DeniseVB says:

      We live next to the Regent University campus, which is a lovely place to stroll (and see The Donald x 2!). They have giant BLUE buttons all over the campus and dorm villages for crisis alerts. It’s wired to the Virginia Beach Police/Fire/Rescue. Response is much quicker than “campus security” and you have an official “police report”. Needless to say, that campus has no problems. Those blue buttons light up at night, they save on night lights too, Win-Win !

    • Venus E. Lee says:

      It’s very easy for the school to have a policy that if a student is convicted (or pleas to) a felony = automatic expulsion.

    • Miranda says:

      Yep. I’ve always thought students should go to the police instead of campus.

  2. Dora says:

    I knew it was too good to be true.


    Here We Go… Hillary Clinton Clarifies – Says She Was Misunderstood When She Said She Wasn’t Running (VIDEO)

    • Anthony says:

      I guess I called it right when i said she was drunk and didn’t know what she was saying

    • DeniseVB says:

      Why won’t Hillary go away ? All she’s doing now is sh*t talking and posting about PDJT, as though someone’s paying her mega money bags to do that ? Is she one of the million clones of the Oblahmas ?

      Sidebar: MichelleO’s book finally fell from #1 by McCabe’s book on the NYT list. NYT pimps books now?

      • Constance says:

        I know! Hillary constantly talking about Trump is like talking and posting about how much you don’t care about your ex. Obviously he’s all she and most libs think about.

  3. taw46 says:

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      I hope she doesn’t resign. I want the Bitches of Eastwick (AOC, Tlabia, and Omar) to hang around until November 2020. The three of them are worth a billion dollars in campaign ads. Every time they open their mouths a new Republican voter gets his wings.

      • taw46 says:

        I’m with you on that. I like it, Bitches of Eastwick.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Those ladies are dominating social media and as long as they do, we’ll keep seeing them. My scrolling past those FB/Twit posts finger is looking like a Popeye arm. Well, my problem with the ladies in the hijab/FU head wear pisses me off more. In my lifetime (yeah, alive since Truman, yada, yada, yada) I never saw a nun in full nunnery dress in Congress ?

        • Constance says:

          It is interesting today to see the Catholics with their ash crosses on their foreheads in congress and on media. I wonder how well that will be tolerated.

  4. Dora says:

    I came across this tweet of Chuck and Nancy from last year and I don’t know what to make of it.

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  5. Myiq2xu™ says:

    This is from Democrats Need Stupid Voters:

    How bad is it? Try reading Howard Zinn’s warped “alternative” version of history sometime. Or better yet, read The End of Biblical Studies — written by, you guessed it, an atheist/professor of religious studies (who does not appreciate my work, if his threats to sue me for libel were meant to be taken seriously.)

    Unfortunately, these are only two examples of many. Our education system has been completely overrun with dogmatic liberals, from kindergarten through college. The youth of today are being thoroughly indoctrinated into liberal groupthink and encouraged to become obnoxious activists on issues like climate change, demanding drastic action without debate or discussion.

    What else might explain the popularity of Bernie Sanders and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez? How could anyone believe that socialism might succeed in the United States when it has failed miserably everywhere it’s ever been tried? Socialism offers a promise of utopia via a fair and equitable redistribution of wealth, but the reality is a totalitarian government, equally distributed misery, and bread lines. The only people happy with a socialist government belong to the ruling class.

    Okay, this is how socialists think:

    Socialism has never been properly tried. Socialism is the ultimate evolution of economic systems. We started off as hunter-gatherers, then we worked out way up thru bartering, feudalism, mercantilism, and capitalism. It is only after capitalism has become successful that it can evolve into the final stage and become socialist.

    So far, all of the nations that have tried socialism were not ready for it. That is why it failed. No successful, industrialized capitalist nation has switched to socialism


    Hey, don’t look at me. They’re the ones who believe that shit.

  6. Dora says:

    Terrible news.


    ‘Jeopardy!’ host Alex Trebek says he’s been diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer

  7. Dora says:

    Doesn’t say much for the future.


    CNN Panel of Democratic Voters Go Nuts Over ‘Bad Ass’ AOC: ‘She Is the Candidate of the Future!’

    Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) received unanimous applause on Wednesday when she became the leading topic among CNN’s panel of Democratic voters.

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    REPORT: Pelosi UNLOADS on Freshman Democrats, ‘Walks Out of Room’ Over Omar Scandal

    Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi has reportedly had enough with the fresh-faces of the Democratic Party; storming out of a meeting Wednesday after left-wing lawmakers rallied-around embattled Rep. Ilhan Omar.

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  16. Venus E. Lee says:

    In the ’embarrassing obituary’ files:

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      Worst one I ever saw that didn’t involve dildoes, wetsuits, and/or Auto-erotic asphyxia was a guy in the midwest who was an outside salesman. He was married and he spent several days at a time on the road going to see regular customers. Apparently, he was driving past some farm when he spied an attractive female pony giving him the “come hither” look.
      So he parks his car, hops the fence and he’s soon getting some quality OPP (Other People’s Pony).

      He was busily pleasuring the pony when he had a massive heart attack and dropped dead. They found him in the field with his pants around his ankles and it didn’t take a genius to figure out what happened. The worst part was it couldn’t be kept quiet because the company’s insurance carrier denied the wife’s claim for benefits because they said his death wasn’t work-related. She eventually won.

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  18. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Sometimes I think I’m smoking way too much weed. Then I read the headlines and think, “I need to smoke more weed.” I want to get high like Willie Nelson.

  19. Myiq2xu™ says:

    I’ll Never Smoke Weed With Willie Again:

  20. mothy2017 says:

    I wore my orange Trump t-shirt all day yesterday. The only comments I got were positive.

    Where’s Helen?

  21. Dora says:

    EXCLUSIVE: Jerry Nadler’s Son Works For Firm Suing Trump, Which Presents Conflict of Interest

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  24. Dora says:

    Starvation is a slow, painful death. Just think of Terry Schivo.

  25. mothy2017 says:

    Oh my

    • DeniseVB says:

      LOL ! Though I’m sure Bernie would rather live in the Treasury Building than actually working for a living.

      • Mt.Laurel says:

        I have always felt that was his goal. Bernie really does not want to be president. He just want access to $$$$$ and a huge soap box. Like Lizzie setting up her own retirement nest The [we hate all peons but extort $$$ from corporations on their behalf that they will never see] Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

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  27. mothy2017 says:

    Wouldn’t it be fun if hillary jumped in the race and had to do battle with AOC. Have any members of congress committed arkancide?

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  30. DeniseVB says:

    This is a pleasant surprise.

  31. DandyTIger says:

    AP is reporting that the UN says disaster is coming if we don’t deal with global warming now. Oh wait, that was in 1989 about the end of the world coming in the year 2000. I’m sure they’re more accurate now. 🙂

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  33. Cisco says:

    Now just WTF.
    Obstruction? KMA mo-fos. Keep pushing deep state, keep pushing 😡
    snarkybeach says:
    March 7, 2019 at 9:40 am
    Shifty Schiff was on NPR this morning to spread innuendo about the closed door testimony from Cohen. After a lot of “I can’t talk about that since it was a closed hearing,” the reporter asked what Schiff defines as obstruction. Apparently, tweets & statements from the president count as obstruction. When the reporter pointed out that wasn’t against the law, Schiff said it wasn’t his job to charge the president, it was Mueller’s.
    sunnyflower5 says:
    March 7, 2019 at 9:48 am
    Yes, Nadler claimed in his Sunday interview, each time President Trump tweets “Witch Hunt” it’s obstruction. Free speech is Obstruction.
    From CTH post’s

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  38. Dora says:

    They are all nuts!


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  39. Dora says:

    I can’t believe Clyburn said that!

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