Quote Of The Day: "Actually, We Do Know What Happened At Duke"
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Heather Mac Donald, talking about the "Campus Rape Industry" in which the Ivy League rape clinics, facing a shortage of rapes committed by the (mostly white and Asian) upper-middle-class overachievers who attend Harvard and Yale, have to make them up:

David Lisak, a University of Massachusetts psychology professor who lectures constantly on the antirape college circuit, acknowledged to a hall of Rutgers students this November that the “Duke case,” in which a black stripper falsely accused three white Duke lacrosse players of rape in 2006, “has raised the issue of false allegations.” But Lisak didn’t want to talk about the Duke case, he said. “I don’t know what happened at Duke. No one knows.” Actually, we do know what happened at Duke: the prosecutor ignored clearly exculpatory evidence and alibis that cleared the defendants, and was later disbarred for his misconduct. But to the campus rape industry, a lying plaintiff remains a victim of the patriarchy, and the accused remain forever under suspicion. [Links added]
The Campus Rape Myth by Heather Mac Donald, City Journal Winter 2008
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