Stanford Law Professor Michele Dauber Posts Songs Advocating Extreme Violence Against Ex-Stanford Student Brock Turner For Appealing College Sexual Assault Conviction

As reported in the Stanford Daily Post, Michele Dauber, a Stanford Law Professor is advocating violence on Twitter against 21-yr. old, Brock Turner, who was kicked out of college and criminally convicted of sexual assault. The reason? Because he is appealing his case. If you are not familiar with Brock Turner, Read my previous article on the case. After denigrating his appeal in social media (the appeal has not been heard yet),…

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California Eliminates Statute of Limitations On Rape and Sexual Assault

On September 28, 2016, on the heels of amending other sexual assault legislation on the books in California, the Golden State now allows rape and other sexual assault allegations to be brought at anytime during the life of the defendant.  The new law kicks in on Jan. 1, 2017 but applies retroactively if the statute of limitations has not yet run on.  Previously there was a 10-year statute of limitations in…

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What Men Should Learn From the Brock Turner Case

The Brock Turner case has stirred endless controversy in the news.  Partly because it a involved a promising young Stanford student and partly because of the endless publicity and public outrage over college sexual assault cases.  Men, can and should learn an important lesson from this case. The lines of what constitutes rape and sexual assault is a deadly gray area.  In today’s hostile climate against Men, even the slightest…

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