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Another week, another victim. ESPN Outside the Lines: Baylor didn't investigate sex assault claim a

Discussion in 'Scott & Wes Frog Fan Forum' started by TCUdirtbag, Apr 13, 2016.

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  2. That's quite the recruiting pipeline they have there...
  3. In general I'm completely against starting new threads that cover the same topic, but it would be greatly appreciated if the first person who sees the PH report post a new thread.
    That being said, this is a PR piece in favor of Baylor (ie Briles). The scope of work was to exonerate Briles... expect nothing less. 
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  4. I would guess the same thing. The firm was probably instructed to produce a report that shows how baylor can make changes...and goes out of its way to prop up Briles. 
    Keep in mind, some of the victims were not interviewed by PH. So it's just spin. Much like PH did with another college.
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  5. When they refuse to fire Briles...my guess is OTL waits a little while and then reports the rest of the information and e-mails they have.
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  6. "Mr. Starr, You are responsible for not protecting our students. Sexual assaults are a serious issue and you did nothing to stop this travesty!! This falls at your feet. You are released of your duties as president of this great university!! Please take your place as chancellor."

    Keep being you Baylor!
  7. It is more than a little amusing to see Rape U. putting all their faith in the Usual Media Cover-Up Procedure, forgetting that we live in a modern, digital age, when information may be passed around quickly, anonymously and, ahem, maliciously...

    Rape U. has made a lot of enemies, and all that enmity will come crashing down on them.

    "How will this end?"

    "In fire..."
  8. A vile quagmire of deceit, duplicity and deception.
  9. Way too nice.

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