We don't know what the outcome will be, but we do know that the administration at MSU has a clue, which is far more than we have even after "instituting a 'culture' change that has not included changing the problems in the administration.
If we want to fix what happened, you need to fire Coyle and Kaler as well.
Definitely calls her a victim of sexual violence and references the football players. So while they didn't say the word rapist, as Dpo will argue, Kayler definitely inferred it.
"My life has become a single, ongoing revelation that I haven't been cynical enough." - Chrisjen Avasarala
“In this particular case, we made all the right decisions,” he continued. “We wound up with a new football coach who will be tremendous. And we’ve stood up for the victims of sexual violence. If I get fired for standing up for victims of sexual violence, then so be it.”
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As has been pointed out before these pompous asses:
- implied repeatedly the players are guilty of rape, which they were never charged for much less convicted of
- despite privacy laws took every opportunity to discuss the players and sexual assault, victims in the same breath
- stated the sexual assault training clearly failed in this situation and the players need different training
- never took the liberty of stating "withhold judgment" pending the formal hearing
- blamed Claeys for not suspending the players while they had access to the police reports
- stated it was Claeys decision to suspend rather than Coyle
- communicate so poorly the team mutinied HMS Bounty- style
- communicate so poorly the dept had to issue a press release to clarify Claeys buyout amount
- publicly degraded the character of the past and former coaches and the team as a whole
"This isn't serious? LSU would motor boat us" -- Trudat
Sept 3, 2016
How about that MSU scandal?
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