Student Says Texas A&M Has Double Standard in Sex-Assault Cases

A Texas A&M University student claims the school suspended him over a female student’s bogus sexual-assault claims and finished its investigation without letting him defend himself, as he was hospitalized with depression from the ordeal.

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Florida School On Hook in Vaginal Ultrasound Case

A federal judge ruled that a Florida college must face claims that it violated female students’ right to free speech and discriminated against them on the basis of sex by forcing them to undergo in-class vaginal ultrasounds for a sonography program.

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Woman Accuses Texas Police of Forced Sedation and Rape

A woman who was helping her sister in an apartment dispute claims in a $50 million lawsuit that police near Austin, Texas, falsely arrested her, subjected her to a brutal sexual assault and forced sedation, and denied her a rape test and bail.

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Ex-Death Row Inmate Blames Conviction on Gay ‘Witch Hunt’

Former death row inmate Kerry Max Cook, wrongfully convicted of a brutal rape and murder in East Texas decades ago, claims in a federal lawsuit that it’s time for police officers who investigated the case to pay for their extreme misconduct, including fabricating evidence and coercing witness testimony.

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Emirati Man Sues Marriott Over Islamic State Accusation

A citizen of the United Arab Emirates claims relatives of a Marriott employee in Ohio falsely accused him of pledging allegiance to the Islamic State terrorist group, triggering a police takedown and a travel warning from his home country.

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Police Takedown Over Stolen Beef Patty Heads to Trial

A federal judge ruled that two Connecticut police officers must go to trial on a mother’s claims they used excessive force by deploying a stun gun on her teenage son until he foamed at the mouth for taking a beef patty from the high school cafeteria without paying.

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