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Campus Sexual Assault Tag

Earlier this month, the teenage ‘boy in a skirt’ who was accused of raping a girl in a school bathroom and sexually assaulting two other girls, in Loudoun County, Virginia, was found guilty. The judge in the case said that she found the defendant's psychological/sexual profile disturbing and ruled that he was required to register as a sex offender. Now she has changed her mind.

I've been circling back on some campus cases we covered previously that dropped off the radar after an initial flurry of legal proceedings on which we reported. One of those cases involves "John Doe No. 2" - a male student accused of "sexual misconduct" who sued Oberlin College to avoid having to go through a campus disciplinary system allegedly biased against males.

Gibson's Bakery v. Oberlin College has received enormous media attention, and even *a few* posts here. Another Oberlin College case we have followed involved an expelled Oberlin College male student (we'll call him "John Doe No. 1") who alleged that the Oberlin College sexual assault hearing process was so rigged against men that it had a 100% conviction rate for cases that went to hearing, at least during the period of time relevant to that case. Now there is another lawsuit by a different student raising similar issues of an allegedly biased campus process.