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Does Notre Dame protect rapist football players?

Discussion in 'Sports and News' started by Uncle.Ruckus, Apr 6, 2012.

  1. Uncle.Ruckus

    Uncle.Ruckus Guest

    Certainly appears possible. Disgusting doesn't even cover it, if true.


  2. BitterYoungMatador2

    BitterYoungMatador2 Well-Known Member

    Brian Kelly didn't care when a kid died - fucking died - at one of his practices. WHy wold he care about some women who still have a pulse?
  3. Azrael

    Azrael Well-Known Member

    As is the case with certain colleges, Notre Dame fans come unhinged when the press takes up stories like this. Unhinged.
  4. Mizzougrad96

    Mizzougrad96 Active Member

    Urban Meyer is wondering, "Why such a fuss?"
  5. poindexter

    poindexter Well-Known Member

    She doesn't have a pulse. She committed suicide.
  6. Mizzougrad96

    Mizzougrad96 Active Member

    What was the "joke" that Kelly made on the conference call?
  7. rmanfredi

    rmanfredi Active Member

    Something about how the Chicago Tribune was able to devote so many reporters to investigate the incident.
  8. Remember to separate the two issues: Was there a sexual assault? What was the response? Those are two very different questions.

    "Prosecutor Michael Dvorak last year decided not to file criminal charges against the accused player, saying Seeberg’s suicide made her statements to police inadmissible in court. Dvorak also said Seeberg’s statements were inconsistent with accounts of three other students and with cell phone records. Cell phone records support the student athlete’s account, three sources close to the investigation told The Tribune."

  9. Azrael

    Azrael Well-Known Member

    From the same piece:

    In the Seeberg case, campus police didn’t interview the accused student until two weeks after the young woman filed her initial report and five days after her suicide.
  10. heyabbott

    heyabbott Well-Known Member

    From the same people who brought you 10,667 allegations against 4,392 priests accused of engaging in sexual abuse of a minor between 1950 and 2002. Big Surprise. As long as you don't abort the child, you can abuse him/her.
  11. I didn't realize Notre Dame was involved in any of the cover-ups of priests' behavior. Was it Father Hesburgh or Father Malloy who turned a blind eye?
  12. Layman

    Layman Active Member

    Actually, they can't be separated. They can't be separated, because the University (via it's police force) did such a tragically poor job of "handling" the case. The "response" by the NDSPD is the exact reason why no one will ever know if there was a sexual assault. It's also what made it so easy for Mr. Dvorak to trot out the old..... Nope, nothing to see here...just move along.....
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