original article: Judge rejects subpoena on rape accuser who admitted she violated blacked-out student
January 13, by The College Fix
Would impose ‘trauma’ on woman with credibility problems
She admitted in text messages to performing oral sex on her blacked-out sex partner, but she won’t have to submit to a deposition in that student’s lawsuit against Amherst College for expelling him as a rapist.
In a little-noticed order in the long-running due process and Title IX lawsuit, issued shortly after the November election, a federal judge refused to grant a subpoena on student “Sandra Jones” sought by plaintiff “John Doe.”
Because Jones has since moved to Washington state, the ruling on the subpoena was made in the U.S. District Court in Seattle.
There, Judge James Robart decided that deposing Jones in person would inflict “trauma” on the accuser.
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