The United States legal system operates on the theory that the accused is innocent until proven guilty. But Stuart Taylor argues that, when it comes to sexual assault allegations, college campuses are turning the American justice system on its ear and declaring young men guilty based on accusations alone.
Interview conducted by AEI Resident Scholar Christina Hoff Sommers, aka The Factual Feminist.
Stuart Taylor is the author of “The Campus Rape Frenzy”: https://goo.gl/QDd3GL
What do campuses say is sexual assault? 2:26
What if the man and the woman are both intoxicated? 6:08
“Pressure from government to hand down guilty verdicts” 7:08
What happens if you question the campus orthodoxy? 8:35
“What we oppose is presumption of guilt” 10:52
“There is no rape culture” 11:51
“Campus rape activists do not take rape statistics seriously” 14:55
“What is it like to be falsely accused?” 15:32
Activists admit that their methods don’t work 19:22
“Activists say it’s better to presume guilt” 19:59
How does the media deal with campus rape claims? 24:01
Mattress girl 27:12
What happened to due process? 28:17
The roots of campus rape hysteria 33:21
“Is there a way out of the false campus rape narrative?” 35:21
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