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Harvard Criticized for Keeping $6.5 Million Gift From Alleged Sex Trafficker Jeffrey Epstein

Harvard Criticized for Keeping $6.5 Million Gift From Alleged Sex Trafficker Jeffrey Epstein

“The University is not considering returning this gift.”

Professor Ron Sullivan was stripped of a residential deanship by Harvard for agreeing to represent Harvey Weinstein, but they’re keeping Epstein’s money.

Campus Reform reports:

Harvard keeps Jeffrey Epstein donation but terminates dean repping Harvey Weinstein

Harvard University refused to return a $6.5 million donation from alleged sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein, but previously dismissed a faculty dean over agreeing to represent Harvey Weinstein, who has been accused of sexual assault, in court.

Court documents revealed that Epstein created “a vast network of underage victims for him to sexually exploit” between the years of 2002 and 2005, according to The New York Times.

The Harvard Crimson, the university’s newspaper, stated that Harvard received a $6.5 million donation from the billionaire in 2003, but refused to return the money in 2006, after suspicion raised over his sexual exploitation of minors in a probable cause affidavit, reported Newsweek. Epstein considered donating $30 million, but it is unclear if all of this money was ever given.

The Crimsonclaimed in 2018 that Epstein’s money funded the building of a campus building. He also made friendly relationships with university faculty members, including a former Harvard president and Alan M. Dershowitz, a professor emeritus at Harvard Law School who has also been accused of having a sexual encounter with a minor. Dershowitz denies those allegations.

“Mr. Epstein’s gift is funding important research using mathematics to study areas such as evolutionary theory, viruses, and cancers,” a Harvard spokesman told the Crimson in 2006. “The University is not considering returning this gift.”

A Harvard spokesperson confirmed to Newsweek Wednesday that the donation was already spent, but would not comment on the other $30 million that Epstein was considering to give.


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So defending a rapist in Court subjects you to termination. But a rapist giving $6.5 million in cash subjects you to adulation and special access. Got it.

Antifundamentalist | July 14, 2019 at 8:46 pm

Oh that’s easy. Just create a special full scholarship for those who were once sexually exploited. Then the University isn’t profiting, they are putting the ill-gotten gains into reparations to those victimized.