Until Proven Innocent: Cultural Marxism at Duke

Excerpt:  How did a drug-addled stripper succeed in smearing the reputations of three Duke lacrosse players, dividing a community along racial lines, and making a mockery of the American legal system? That’s the question that Stuart Taylor and KC Johnson pose in their recent bell-ringer book, Until Proven Innocent.Unless your news source is the New York Times, you know by now that Crystal Mangum accused three young lacrosse players of brutally raping and sodomizing her in the early morning of March 14, 2006. (My August 30 editorial was one of the first to publicly disclose the accuser’s name: www.ifeminists.net/introduction/editorials/2006/0830roberts.html . I surmise the Old Grey Lady editors didn’t take note.) Now fast forward to April 11, 2007 – that’s the day North Carolina attorney general Roy Cooper stood before a hushed crowd and declared, “We believe that these case were the result of a tragic rush to accuse and a failure to verify serious allegations … we believe these three individuals are innocent of these charges Read More