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A former Yale University student who was found not guilty of rape by a jury but was still expelled from the school is appealing the decision.
The Connecticut jury decided in less than four hours in March 2018 that Saifullah Khan was not guilty of raping a student on Halloween 2015, The College Fix reported Monday.
Khan - Fix - Versus - Evidence - Says
“This isn’t ‘he-said-she-said,'” Khan told The Fix. “It’s ‘she-said’ versus what the evidence says.”
The female student accused Khan of having unwanted sexual intercourse with her while she was drunk, according to The New York Times. Khan, however, said she invited him to her room and removed the clothing herself.
Khan - University - Nov - Days - Arrest
Khan was shortly suspended from the university Nov. 9, 2015, three days prior to his arrest. He was a senior studying cognitive science.
The court trial allowed Khan’s lawyers to cross-examine the accuser, which makes sure of due process rights for the accused by having the chance to interrogate the other side. But Yale reportedly only needed to abide by the “preponderance of evidence,” or...
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