Colleges Are Engaging In MASSIVE Sexual Assault Cover Ups

Colleges Are Engaging In MASSIVE Sexual Assault Cover Ups

October 25, 2019 46 By Stanley Isaacs


Colleges have found themselves embroiled in
numerous sexual assault coverups in the last few years and we’ve barely scratched the surface
on how deep this problem really goes. I’ll tell you what I’m seeing right now, Farron. I’m seeing that colleges … I’ve actually
been involved in a couple of these cases where I’ve been asked to consult and asked, what
is our next step in a case where there has been a sexual assault at a college? And so here’s what I’ve run into. It is where the college sets up this kind
of phonied up on ombudsman group. Okay? In other words, the child has been assaulted. The first thing that happens is you have to
go to the ombudsman here on campus and you have to tell us your story there. Okay? Now you would think that that would be a group
that would try to encourage, first of all, you need to file charges immediately. You need to do something criminally. You would hope that they would do that, but
the truth is what ends up happening is that ombudsman group does just the opposite. They keep everything in house. They say, let’s keep this quiet. Let’s not talk about all the bad things that
this person has done. Let’s not call the shots. Let’s not put any sunlight on this. The reason they do it is they want to keep
the number of these reports down. Okay? They don’t want … They’re protecting themselves. They’re not really protecting that student
that goes to this committee, tells the story, and the committee is there for one reason,
and that’s to make sure this doesn’t get out. I’ve seen it with Yale. Last time I ran into it was at Yale University
and they have this really tight little schematic that the person goes there, tells the story
in the story, and the story dies. Well, you know, as prevalent as these sexual
assault crimes are right now, and especially with the Me Too movement with women coming
forward and showing how rampant it really is, colleges, one of the worst places where
this happens just because it’s institutionalized, but they have it in their own personal agenda
to keep these numbers down. Because when you’re researching where you
want to go, you want to go to the place that’s had 20 rapes or the place with zero rapes? Well that zero number may not actually be
accurate because as you point out, they’re trying to cover it up and they deem it through
their own in house people. There’s no merit to this because they don’t
actually look into it. But the other side of it that we also see
is the institutionalized coverups of actual employees, not just sexual assault on campus,
but the assault on campus by faculty members, by the athletics department where it’s so
rampant. Right now, we’ve got Michigan State University. That’s where Larry Nassar was. We have USC, we have Penn State, we now have
Ohio State, the one that Jim Jordan, where he was wrestling coach, did nothing about
it because that’s what people have to understand. It’s not just that this horrid person like
a Larry Nassar goes and works at this place. You don’t sexually assault hundreds of women
like Nasser did without somebody else there knowing it. Same thing with Jerry Sandusky at Penn State. We find out through the investigations and
the lawsuits that people knew it all the way up the chain. They covered it up because Sandusky was good
at his job. Nasser was good at his job, and it’s more
important to protect them then to protect the students. Doesn’t it seem that after all the years of
watching the predatory, ugly, disgusting, filthy catastrophe that took place in the
Catholic Church and still taking place today … If you believe that anything’s changed,
it hasn’t. They simply move these people around like
chess pieces. These histories of abuse are disgusting, and
they move these people around, and now we’re seeing it in third world countries. Where the Catholic church goes in, we’re building. We’re really seeing it down in South America,
Mexico, those areas through there where they take these predators and take them down there. But to me, the real ugly part of the story
is when the university has this child inside the office. Oh, we’re so sorry. This is horrible. Just sign this paper. First of all, it’s a nondisclosure. You can’t talk about what happened here. That’s the first thing they get them to sign. Then after they sign it, they do whatever
they do to keep everything really quiet. They don’t want to report it, and the best
way that they can accomplish that, keep it all hush hush, is to have this really fake
organization. They probably do some of these people some
good, but at the end of the day, they’re really there to protect the university. Absolutely. And that’s what people need to understand
about all these cases, all these instances. These groups, the colleges, they are always
more concerned about protecting their image, protecting their sports team, protecting whatever
it is. Like we saw at FSU with the whole Jameis Winston
thing. They did everything they could to undermine
this woman who actually made these accusations before Winston was even on the football team,
but they saw superstar potential in him and they discredited her. Oh, they made her look like a criminal. Right. And he was the criminal. Your point is people don’t even understand
that about Jameis Winston case, is this didn’t come after the fact after he was on his way. This is before he was ever on any kind of
team, was really on nobody’s radar. So these are stories we got to keep up with
it. No matter how hard we push, no matter how
many lawsuits, no matter how many criminal sanctions, it just continues to go on.