Kenneth Starr, was the President of Christian Baylor University while systemic gang rapes, dogfights, academic fraud and sexual recruiting enticements occurred for years, is the same Republican high powered attorney who prosecuted in the Monica Lewinsky/ Bill Clinton (“Depends on What ‘IS’ Is!”) federal grand jury trial in 1999.
Now, he is finally fingered and fired for covering up a systemic rape and abuse of college girls for years and years while the Board of Regents feigned “surprise” at he allegations.
This is a highly repsected Christian University. Where is the outrage?
Especially after the Joe Paterno/Sandusky Penn State child pedophilia abuse that where children were funneled through his 2nd Charity foundation and includes an A list of Board Members. Oh yea, State Joe got all his 111 wins reinstated and the main creeps in Penn U administration finally got slaps on the wrist this week.
This is pervasive throughout all sports, government, high finance, hollywood and any place of power where control is necessary to assure the Jesuit agenda to “exterminating all heretics and Christians off the face of the Earth.”
A new (no this was filed back in Aug 2016!) lawsuit accuses Baylor University football players of drugging and gang-raping young women as part of a hazing or bonding ritual and the Waco, Texas, university of failing to investigate.
A new federal lawsuit against Baylor University accuses football players of drugging and gang-raping young women as part of a hazing or bonding ritual — and the university of failing to investigate the pervasive sexual assault.
The players often took photographs and videos as they carried out the gang rapes, the suit alleges. It was filed by “Jane Doe,” who says she was raped by four to eight Baylor players in February 2012. Her Title IX suit says the school’s “deliberately indifferent response” effectively denied her educational opportunities.
The suit also describes dogfighting at football parties and burglaries carried out by football players, without consequence.
The alleged assaults and other criminal activities took place during former head football coach Art Briles’ tenure at the school in Waco, Texas.
Briles and former university President Ken Starr were both removed from their posts last year after a wave of sexual assault allegations against Baylor players.
The school’s regents said last May they were “horrified,” “shocked” and “outraged” to learn about the sexual violence that was happening on campus — and the “mishandling of reports” by the university.
The regents later described the football program under Briles as “a black hole into which reports of misconduct such as drug use, physical assault, domestic violence, brandishing of guns, indecent exposure and academic fraud disappeared.”
Continue reading Baylor Football Team Gang Rapes at Christian University (Finally) Goes To Trial After Cover-Up; Penn State Cover up Gang Gets Wrist Slapped
The former president of Penn State University was convicted Friday of keeping a lid on the scandal surrounding notorious child-abusing coach Jerry Sandusky. A jury [found] Graham Spanier guilty of one count of child endangerment. The charge stemmed from Spanier’s handling of a complaint against Sandusky, a once-popular assistant football coach whose career at Penn State spanned three decades. The trial centered on how Spanier and two other university leaders handled a complaint by a graduate assistant who said he reported seeing Sandusky sexually molesting a boy in a team shower in 2001. The administrators told Sandusky he could not bring children on to the campus any longer, but they did not report the matter to police or child welfare authorities. Sandusky was not arrested until 2011 after an anonymous tip led prosecutors to investigate the shower incident. He was convicted the next year of sexually abusing 10 boys and is serving a decades-long prison sentence. Four of the eight young men testifying at Sandusky’s trial said the abuse occurred after 2001. “Evil in the form of Jerry Sandusky was allowed to run wild,” Deputy Attorney General Patrick Schulte told the jury. The scandal … resulted in the school paying out more than $90 million to settle civil claims by over 30 accusers. Two of Spanier’s former lieutenants, athletic director Tim Curley and vice president Gary Schultz, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor child endangerment charges a week ago and testified against Spanier.
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