Lawsuit: Student Committed Suicide after Sexual Harassment Allegation

, Spencer Irvine, Leave a comment

Looks like Title IX is going out of control: A male student at University of Texas-Arlington committed suicide after being accused of sexually harassing another student, but never was given due process and a major witness was never interviewed.

Per The College Fix:

…Thomas Klocke never had a chance of beating the charges, because he was never afforded even the minimal due process that UTA promises students.

It’s all the more outrageous given what Klocke was accused of doing, with no evidence: writing a gay slur on his computer in front of the gay student and allegedly telling him to consider killing himself.

It would be UTA officials that repeatedly broke the university’s own rules – and weren’t even supposed to investigate sexual harassment – who drove Klocke to kill himself instead.

 

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