SAVE: Tell Secretary of Education Arne Duncan, False Accusers Must be Held Accountable

The U.S. Department of Education (DED)'s 2011 sexual assault directive has resulted in a number of false allegations and wrongful convictions. High profile cases involve the University of Hawaii at Manoa, the University of North Dakota, Cornell University, the University of North Carolina, Brown University, Xavier University, Yale University, and the University of Montana.

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SAVE believes that holding false accusers accountable will result in a reduction of false allegations. Today, we're asking you to write to Secretary of Education Arne Duncan. Tell him, "False Accusers Must be Held Accountable!"

Secretary of Education Arne Duncan:

Oh behalf of every male student on campus, thank you!

Teri Stoddard, Program Director
Stop Abusive and Violent Environments


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Thanks to SAVE for staying on top of this.

We can't let this one drop.

Personally, I'd say that even

Personally, I'd say that even having to fight false accusers at all is indication of a very deep problem.

Much deeper than feminism.