I don't subscribe to organized religions but I think they are hitting all of the important issues and telling government to put the average family first.
Why are we giving criminal records to peaceful protesters? The news hasn't said much on that aspect.
Would you rather young incoming women don't know how victims are treated at the school? Maybe you'd want to send your own daughter to such a place? Where is your priority?
I am hearing a lot of accusations about a rush to judgment and that UNC deserves to be given a chance before we make up our minds. Where did they give her a chance rather than go after her without having fully investigated the matter? Further, how is it a violation to stand up for one's self? If the truth hurts then maybe they need to fix themselves.
I also find it doubtful that this woman would persist if the rapist were not guilty. Crystal Mangum was the exception; in most cases a rape victim will not look to bring attention to their matter. Furthermore, there is more than one woman charging them with blaming the victim instead of putting yet another stain on the school.
UNC cannot seem to go a few months without another scandal involving the mishandling of students, or violations of the law. I do not know all of the facts yet, partly because UNC tried to stifle the matter; but what I do know is that they seem to lack credibility where it comes to properly handling these matters. I would guess that most of the victim-bashers on this board are letting some dumb allegiance to a sports team or to their Alma Mater cloud their vision.
Nasty! I'm starting to itch.
She is a traitor that voted for detention of Americans without charges via the NDAA 2012 & 2013 bills. She, Burr, and most of the Senate are our treasonous enemies.
I've been falsely billed for as much as 650 gallons per day for a whole cycle, or $704, by the municipality of Durham. I'm not alone and even with 2 years of supporting data from before and after a meter change the city would not refund my loses! Steve Schewel, Mayor Bell, and the rest of the board were more interested in denying there were any issues at the water department.
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