A twisted tale that’s still not over
It’s more than just words
Still missing the point
“…a botched story three years ago about an unproven gang rape at the University of Virginia badly bruised the magazine’s journalistic reputation.”
“Since there are no national statistics on how many young men of any given race are the subject of campus-sexual-assault complaints, we are left with anecdotes…”
“Neuroscience research does not support [the] claim that high levels of stress hormones impair memory for traumatic experience.”
“the system established by the prior administration has failed too many students.”
“the letter and subsequent directives triggered the creation of a parallel justice system for sexual assault”
“I’m very grateful for these tapes.”
“Rolling Stone and Erdely had an agenda…”
Long overdue due process
“This sounds like a total horror — it’s the worst of all possible outcomes.”
Let’s just put all this unpleasantness behind us
“This young woman was very good at telling this story.”
It all comes down to technicalities
“It’s reckless, it’s cavalier and it’s intentional.”
The views of a “reasonable person” have no place in a kangaroo court, sir. You are out of order.
“It doesn’t even necessarily make him a bad feminist — you know, later, once he stops doing that.”
An end to the kangaroo courts on campus?
Justice is (mostly) served
But not in public
Trauma from what?
Better late than never I suppose
Out of the shadows
Yeah, he’s toast
Feeding the flames
Rejecting the Kangaroo Court
Leave it to the professionals
Beating the rap… sort of
This should just go flawlessly
Manipulations towards an end.
Double standard? There’s more standards here than you can count.
No means no, and yes might mean yes. Or no.
Oh, this should end well…
Here’s a shocking idea…
It ends now.
Hate takes and fakes
“But if you could find a cure, it would change the world.”