Man Sues Syracuse University Over “Victim-Centered” Sexual Misconduct Policy
If you don’t already know, women are perfect, asexual goddesses in the eyes of the Anglo legal system. They’re also seen as such culturally, polar opposites of supposed knuckle-dragging men who harbor “nasty” sexual urges that must be “purified” by an increasingly Puritanical culture. This bias in favor of women extends onto college campuses nationwide.
In another case of a woman’s word meaning more than a man’s, Syracuse University recently kicked a student out after a sexual assault charge was leveled against him. Syracuse.com has been covering the matter:
A former Syracuse University student was kicked out of school for a sexual assault he says he didn’t commit. John Noakes, who is black, filed a federal civil rights lawsuit saying a female student, who is white, misidentified him months after the attack in a Marshall Street alley.
The good news is the school is getting sued over its biased sexual assault policy. The bad news is all it took was a report of drunken grab-assing to get Noakes kicked out of school while his accuser didn’t even have to show up at his witch trial. Noakes was never charged by police.
Anglobitch privilege strikes again, it would seem. Call it the curse of the pale tail. The incident stems from Noakes and his unnamed (of course!) accuser both getting drunk one night at Orange Crate bar then making out in an alley behind the establishment.
The woman, who was not named in the lawsuit, says she was pulled into the alley next to Breugger’s Bagels around 1 a.m.
The [woman states the] assailant tried to kiss her, but when the student turned away, he put his hands down her pants and touched her private areas, according to the police report. A witness pulled the woman away. The attacker — a stranger — was not caught that night.
In my opinion, it sounds like the “attacker” grabbed her ass as a continuation of what had already been happening in the bar.
But, never are important questions asked. Why would a supposedly upstanding young woman get drunk and wander out into a back alley with someone she didn’t know? Crucially, was she flirting with her “attacker” before he made his move? Was he chasing after her like a maniac or was she leading him on? Had they been dancing together and/or rubbing up against each other on the dance floor? It’s funny how important details like this never surface. Also, is petting enough to destroy a man’s life?
Personally, I remember how slutty white chicks get in a bar when they’ve been drinking it up. This goes all the way back to my college days over 15 years ago. Even then I would see them all over men in the bar. And they would act the sluttiest around black guys.
Noakes’ accuser had a witness with her, and the duo later picked him out from a lineup of photos months later. But, even the female witness commented on the so-called victim’s drunkenness.
“There is definitely a chance she could have pointed out a different person from the person that she was in the alleyway with,” she said.
That didn’t stop Syracuse University from taking immediate, politically correct action, even though Noakes wasn’t prosecuted by police and the “victim” wasn’t made to appear at the institution’s kangaroo court.
Noakes was found responsible for the assault after a Title IX hearing process that is being hotly debated around the country. The federal government recently lightened the pressure on colleges to police non-criminal sexual conduct. Critics say the process used by universities favors accusers; supporters say it keeps colleges safe.
If you haven’t noticed, the “safety” racket is reguarly used to strip what liberty is left from Americans’ lives. Whether or not Noakes made the grab-assing move the school’s policy favors false sexual assault claims from women. Noake’s attorney writes:
Syracuse has adopted a biased, ‘victim centered’ approach aimed at always believing and supporting the victim without regard to the results of any investigation or adjudicatory process. Students like Noakes are effectively presumed guilty and schools apply the very lowest standard of of proof — just more than 50 percent of the evidence. That’s far lower than the legal standard of proof beyond a reasonable doubt.
So, once again we see these days all it takes is a girl calling a man is a “witch” before he is promptly burned at the stake in a #MeToo world. Circumstances don’t matter, and women’s drunken behavior doesn’t matter.
Syracuse University won’t comment on the pending lawsuit, and changes to its sexual misconduct policy are unlikely. The supposed victim will remain unnamed atop her pedestal, never made to face the man she accused. Nor will the concept of personal responsibility ever surface in the world of total female domination of both rights and privilege.
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