Trump to make groping legal on college campuses

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    Is that why students not even aware of accusations are being suspended/expelled?

    And why you are freaking out over Devos making sure schools give them due process?
     
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    Because that's how authoritarian despots behave.
     
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    for the record, chics; I prefer to be fondled, not groped.
     
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    So, you are claiming all these students are expelled & don't know why?

    Where? Where are all these cases where students are expelled without being given a reason?

    Devos is changing the definition of sexual harassment so only the worst cases can be reported.

    I am sure a low life groper supporter like you could care less.
     
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    But there was a hearing i.e. due process.
     
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    So, what % would you think is fair?

    The accused wins with what ? 25?, 10%?
     
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    Still blaming the women. What a POS you are.
     
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    How about letting law enforcement handle actual crimes?

    The legal system for criminal acts goes as far as "beyond reasonable doubt"

    Most schools originally went with "clear and convincing evidence" which requires and estimate of 75-85% certainty.

    After the Obama guidance came out schools went with preponderance of the evidence, ie.e 50.1% sure of something.

    And they denied the accused access to all the evidence, denied them access to lawyers, denied them the ability to cross examine their accuser.

    It was decided that risking lawsuits from the guys was better than risking lawsuits from the girls, and that isn't justice.
     
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    Due process means a FAIR hearing, not one tilted in favor of one side.
     
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    Schools have a code of conduct.

    So do corporations.

    Those deemed in violation can be suspended or expelled. They don't go to prison.

    We even see this in the court system when a civil suit is filed. There is no "beyond a reasonable doubt at all"

    What I see is you defending those that abuse women. Denying the right foe corporations & colleges to set their own code of conduct. A code the student agrees to follow hen they enroll.

    As usual, Trump has made you stupid by forcing you to defend a stupid change in how colleges deal with these issues.
     
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