Jeffrey Epstein Document Implicates Hundreds, Details Sex Crimes

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Peyton Gouzien | @pgouzien

2,000 pages of secret files pertaining to a 2015 lawsuit from one of Jeffrey Epstein’s “sex slaves” have been made public. Virginia Giuffre Roberts filed this lawsuit against Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell, which settled in 2017. Maxwell was named by Epstein’s victims as his “procurer”. Files released were private until August. An appeals court ordered pages reflecting public interest should be public.

Though 2,000 have been released, there are around 10,000 files in total. Around 8,000 of the files remain secret from the public. Unreleased files are still under review for release or not.

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Men’s Issues: Forgotten victims

Peyton Gouzien | @PGouzien

Gender issues have been a mainstay of conversation in our society. This began in the early 1900s with the Women’s Suffrage movement, starting the “waves” of Feminism. Now we’ve reached the third wave of Feminism. They focus on the issues of sexual assault, sexual liberation, reproductive rights, and the gender pay gap. Critics of the wave feel it is possible the feminist movement has gone overboard in the quest for equality. Some will even argue they have already reached it. While on the other side Men’s issues rarely receive mainstream attention. Some in the Feminist movement will even view them as actually a women’s issue. This has caused a sense of disenfranchisement within men, leading to them forming their own organizations to solve their issues.

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Man Sentenced to Prison for Rape With No Hard Evidence

Othman Mekhloufi | @othmanmekhloufi

On January 10th, 2019, a mostly female jury found Albert N. Wilson, a 23-year-old University of Kansas student, guilty of raping a woman he met at a nightclub near campus.

Douglas County District Judge Sally Pokorny sentenced him to 147 months (over twelve years) in prison.

On the night of September 10th, 2016, Mr. Wilson met his accuser at The Jayhawk Cafe nightclub, known as the Hawk. They were in line to get into the ‘Boom Boom Room’, a dark and crowded dance floor in the basement of the club.

At the time, Mr. Wilson was 20 years of age and used a friend’s ID to enter the nightclub. The accuser, a then 17-year old high school student, was not asked for identification by the club at all.

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