Thursday, December 20, 2012


[AUTHOR’S NOTE: The following is part of the 9 post story “Injustice at K-State,” that documents my interactions with the K-State judicial system. It was originally written November 19, 2012 and was edited over Thanksgiving Break. I published it during Winter Break.]

If you want someone to stop talking to you, give them a fair chance to do so before contacting the police.

Attempt to contact someone through a second method before launching legal proceedings against them.

If you are involved in administering a judicial system, respect defendants’ rights to be adequately informed of the charges against them, even if this means attempting to contact them a second way.

If you are involved in administering a judicial system, respect a defendant’s right to be presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

And students, check your email.  


The following is information I learned after this account was originally written.

The Kansas State University Attorney General is appointed by the Student Body President. The Office of Student Life “administers and advises the student judicial program” at K-State. So a dean at the Office of Student Life launched a complaint against me in a court that was administered by her own office. I’m sure the court would have been totally fair and objective.

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