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The Inquisition Comes to College Campuses
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'Veteran Hamilton County, Ohio prosecutor Joe Deters called the process “fundamentally unfair” and “seriously flawed,” and he was right. What he didn’t say was that the process is also the law of the land.
The process Deters was talking about was the one used to expel budding basketball star Dezmine Wells from Xavier University. A young woman had leveled sexual abuse allegations at Wells and, as night follows day, he was “convicted” by a panel of students, faculty and administrators, and expelled from school. Dez Wells had no prior offenses of any kind on his record, but, apparently based on her word against his, he has now been forever branded with a scarlet ‘A’ for ‘abuser.’ The university denied Wells the right to an attorney to assist the 19-year-old in defending himself.
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