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video: Female Student Charges Brown Allowed Rapist Back on Campus Early

Thursday, April 24, 2014


On the Brown campus - Lena Sclove, a Brown Student levied a series of series attacks against Brown University administrators for their handling of the discipline of her rapist.  Sclove made the charges in front of a crowd of fellow Brown students and friends.

The core charge is that Brown administrators suspended the alleged rapist for just one year after the discipline council had recommended two year - enough time for Sclove to finish her studies as a student.  See her charges on video.

The video was posted to YouTube on April 22, 2014.


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she hasn't a clue that her brain is being raped everyday there

Comment #1 by llik amabo on 2014 04 24

somewhere behind all this is a big money payoff to Brown by the accused.

shame. shame. shame.

Comment #2 by john paycheck on 2014 04 24

This is a brave young woman. Why hasn't the legal system done anything about this.?

Comment #3 by John Onamas on 2014 04 24

I'm a bit confused, The article says the ALLEGED Rapist. Was he not arrested or convicted.

Comment #4 by matt gineo on 2014 04 24

I just read an article in the Brown Herald, it said that Ms Sclove did not press charges with the Providence Police. In my opinion that was a huge mistake and that's probably the reason for the outcome of this case.

Comment #5 by matt gineo on 2014 04 24

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