Obama and the Rules of Sexual Engagement by Mike Adams

May 27, 2013

In recent columns, I've mentioned a disturbing trend involving the lack of due process in the adjudication of campus rape cases. The fact of the matter is that rape cases are rarely handled properly on university campuses. They are usually either a) taken too seriously or, b) not taken seriously enough. That is unsurprising, given that rape is both the most over reported and under reported crime in America.

 

To say that rape is the most over reported crime in American is to say that there are more false allegations of rape than of other serious crimes like robbery, burglary, and larceny. To say that rape is also the nation's most under reported crime is not a contradiction. It simply means that when rape really happens, victims are, for obvious reasons, less likely to report it.

 

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