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-- escorted back -- -- on the docket today the college student who says she make it kicked out of school for intimidating her alleged rapists.
-- gamble a sophomore at UNC Chapel Hill says that last spring she reported allegedly being raped by another student.
She says she didn't reported -- first but then when she ultimately did it.
To the students student run honor court they were more skeptical.
Of her that her alleged attacker.
The whole time in the -- where they're asking you really victim blaming questions like.
We'll -- -- had militant earlier I was neverland listen instead -- asking him well why did you do what she did.
-- now least we'll Fox News legal analyst mark I questioned the defense attorney and former prosecutor.
And so mark she says that -- -- making him the victim and now -- been brought shoppers facing honor code.
Because she's speaking out against somebody she says is her alleged rape -- This is absolutely.
Listen if she's manufacturing this against your accuser.
Or she really just didn't get just -- either way there's this little thing called the constitution allows people to express themselves.
She filed a complaint with the Department of Education January 13 of 2013.
Alleging this exact scenario.
That UNC is allowing a hostile environment.
For those who have been abuse and now they've got a legal muzzle on her threatening her with expulsion.
I find it to be abhorrent but the thing is -- this day the alleged rapists was try made it in Internet school forum.
She didn't file criminal charges he's tried in this forum.
And found not guilty by and avert a five to five to zero but but Megan why is an honor court it's -- substance 1875 at the school.
Why is an honor court like it's -- self regulating self government.
A student body.
Trying to matters of sexual assault and what it it just doesn't make.
Any -- you know the answer.
We don't need it didn't happen instituted -- eighteen got a but we do know though that they get now -- are no longer trying to sexual assault cases and there have been many of them unfortunately on the campus as president and marketing if if she says she was raped in -- -- get a relationship with his -- dated high school they negated when she was a freshman at my school.
Why did she go to the police why she going to the honor court at UNC chapel well.
That's a big mystery we don't know but let's just understand what that outcome means.
Some untrained honor code support court people.
-- there wasn't sufficient evidence surprise surprise this date rape scenario it's very difficult to prove.
That should not put some kind of restriction on her ability to let others know not only that this guy is violent.
But also that -- -- probably not the right place to voice any concerns about sexual.
And these are at least he says he says his lawyer comes -- -- say he's -- being mischaracterize the rapists and now is also facing threats of violence he says because of her false allegations.
That's equipment that they get to the First Amendment -- -- if she is.
Falsely accusing him and his honor court found that you know he wasn't guilty of these -- Then I suppose you can bring this forward and look -- -- I'm I'm I'm afraid to go on campus now all of that but.
It just -- it -- none of this makes any sense to me -- rings true you would not talk about administrators -- you're talking about principals or teachers we're talking about students.
Judging other students here on something as dire as sexual assault.
-- -- -- Down her right to speak effectively mark when it yes she lost at the honor court.
But she's got this other complaint pending she still has complaints pending a non criminal that we know -- but you've got complaints spending the happening shut down her right to talk about what -- says happened.
In my opinion they can't.
Let's understand something when.
She spoke to administrator she was promised that when her up her her abuser returned to campus -- -- voluntarily agreed to leave campus right.
Alleged they would then inform her when he returned.
Her parents called and found out that he had returned to -- -- only right across the street from -- imagine what would have happened if she ran into exactly what.
-- supposed to do in this situation these I don't know I mean I I don't think you waive all of your rights if you don't go to the police and a lot of victims of -- I don't wanna go to the police right but then they don't wanna be in the -- right across from the man with whom -- -- the trouble liner -- corset on and she went to the honor court she was afraid -- the police put -- let's let's assume all that is respond -- on of course she was told by the on airport from the very beginning you'll get a fair process here we will take care you.
As mark that he will let you know fever comes back they suspended him.
None of those things happened -- now she's looking at and what -- -- from the -- courts say hey you you may be suspended for talking.
Unbelievable wow what a case our account thank you both so much we'll be right back.
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