REPORT: ‘Kangaroo justice’: William Barr slams Obama Education Department
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Attorney General William Barr excoriated how former President Barack Obama’s Department of Education handled accusations of sexual misconduct on college campuses.
NBC News resurfaced an endorsement Barr wrote for the 2017 book Campus Rape Frenzy: The Attack on Due Process at America’s Universities by K.C. Johnson and Stuart Taylor. The book argues that the process of adjudicating campus sexual misconduct accusations created by the Obama administration disadvantaged the accused.
The article goes on to state the following:
The Department of Education, under the Obama administration, “created a regime of kangaroo justice” against those accused of sexual misconduct by “promulgating rules beyond its statutory authority, invoking erroneous data, and fanning the false narrative of ‘rape culture’ on college campuses,” Barr wrote.
Barr said male students had their lives “destroyed” without “any semblance of due process” by campus panels.
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) September 19, 2019
“(Attorney General) Barr strongly endorsed a 2017 book accusing colleges & universities of unfairly punishing male students accused of rape.” https://t.co/AgAvakw57K “President Obama’s Education Department…has created a regime of kangaroo justice” #HigherEd
— Dan Venedam (@DanVenedam) September 19, 2019
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