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Squatter Pretending to be Student Lived in Stanford Dorms for Months

Squatter Pretending to be Student Lived in Stanford Dorms for Months

“accused of squatting in at least five Stanford University dormitories since 2021”

It looks like this guy only got caught when he tried to steal a dorm TV.

FOX News reports:

Stanford squatter: Man pretending to be university student stayed in dorm for 10 months

An Alabama man ia accused of squatting in at least five Stanford University dormitories since 2021, according to the school and its newspaper.

The school’s newspaper, The Stanford Daily, first reported that William Curry – a Vestavia Hills, Alabama, high school graduate who posed as a Stanford student – was first removed from campus in 2021 but continued to pose as a student and squat in various dorms throughout campus.

“Stanford can confirm that Mr. Curry was reported to be on campus several times since December of last year. The first time Mr. Curry was found to be living in a dorm, he was cited for violating the law. Since then, the university’s Department of Public Safety has obtained multiple stay-away letters, a prerequisite to citing someone for trespass on campus, to present to Mr. Curry but was unable to locate him until the most recent incident on October 27, at which point he was given the letter,” Stanford spokesperson Dee Mostofi told Fox News Digital in a statement.

On Oct. 27, Curry allegedly tried to steal a TV from a dorm on campus, at which point resident assistants (RAs) contracted school officials, who handed Curry a stay-away letter at the time. Curry is also accused of harassing multiple students, according to the Daily, which said school officials stayed silent about the issue until the alleged Oct. 27 theft incident.

Students who spoke with the newspaper said Curry would break in to dorms through windows and other means.

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Of course no one reported Curry, because he’s black. There have been dozens of incidents where black people, sometimes students and sometimes not, have been doing something suspicious on campus, and someone has reported them. In most cases, the people doing the reporting are harassed or fired for being “racist.” This even happened at the college where I was working, when a janitor saw someone in a dorm that was closed for the summer. The janitor was reprimanded for doing his job.

The old saying, “If you see something, say something!” needs to be changed to say “unless the perp is black” because you’re likely to come under vicious “racist” attack if you say something.

    healthguyfsu in reply to OldProf2. | November 3, 2022 at 2:08 pm

    Don’t forget that you have to ignore trans peepers

    Dimsdale in reply to OldProf2. | November 4, 2022 at 8:05 am

    Hmmm… affirmative action for black intruders.

    CellarDoor in reply to OldProf2. | November 4, 2022 at 9:55 am

    This made me think of the woman stabbed at her work in Los Angeles who was too afraid to make a fuss because the man she feared as being a potential threat was black. Its’s clear that in super liberal enclaves like they have made it an actual crime to call the cops on black people if you’re white. So I’m going to hazzard a guess that this was the reason he was allowed to go so long without any one doing anything. Next time it happens maybe the person will kill a student and then the university can play dumb once more and pretend it’s just a coincidence that they put every student at risk with their lax security and stupid laws.

Another Voice | November 3, 2022 at 2:49 pm

” (RAs) contracted school officials” or Contacted school officials?

Back in my day (50 years ago), it was not unknown for a student to evade dorm fees by taking up residence in the Engineering Library, which was open 24/7. It was in the sprawling main building, where some of the original rest rooms had full showers. They would sleep sitting at the desks in study carrels (uncomfortable, but very innocuous). And if they were detected, they would be asked to leave, but you had about an even chance. And, when all was said and done, they at least WERE students after all.

Have college students become so wussified that this guy couldn’t have been “persuaded” by some football players to stay off campus? He got a letter! Not even an arrest for trespassing??

What if he had been sexually harassing women? What if he were a potential racist being allowed to live unhindered in the dorms?

Why not invite San Francisco’s homeless to live at Stanford University campus