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  US Dept. of Education's Official Stance on RA vs. NA
Posted by: Richard A. Douglas - 10-28-2021, 09:32 AM - Forum: Distance Learning Discussion - No Replies

Hi Guys,

My name is Richard A Douglas.  I know I disappointed you guys when I went for the DBA at University of Leicester, and only to have WES evaluated as a Master's (fuck me, what a clown).  That really hurt.  My mother even said to me:  "Oh geez, son, what an asshole!  You're supposed to be the expert." 

Also, I would like to apologize when I commented that WES was rude in dealing with me.  As you know, I am always nice and polite with everyone but when shit doesn't go in my favor, I like to call that um...rude.

I found this awhile ago, right from the horse's mouth, and would like to share this with everyone so that they don't get discouraged or insulted by the monkeys at degreeinfo.  

Effectively July 1st, 2020, the US Dept. of Education has removed the word "regional" from its language.  Specifically, DOE states that they make no distinction between Regional Accreditation vs. National Accreditation. DOE states that they hold all recognized accreditation agencies to the same standards and all states must follow suit in stages.

Link:  2020-02-26_ED_Final_Accreditation_and_State_Authorization_Regulations.pdf (tracs.org)

I'm very surprised, there hasn't been much discussion at degreeinfo on such a big step forward on the part of DOE, except for the usual attacks by me and the usual cocksuckers (my lapdogs). 

You know, I like to attack people with crapshoot like:  "Just because you said so doesn't make it so.  And with all the RA universities available, why would you pick anything else?"
I guess my mother was right when she said to me:  "What an asshole, so why did you pick University of Leicester and MIGS again?"  Big Grin

Richard A Douglas

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  Bernie bill to make college 'free'
Posted by: Harrison J Bounel - 04-23-2021, 04:10 PM - Forum: General Education Discussions - No Replies

Coming next: free Porsches and beach homes.  Gimme dat social equity.  Rolleyes

Quote:Sen. Bernie Sanders introduces bill to make college free and have Wall Street pay for it
Published Wed, Apr 21 20216:05 AM EDT
Updated Wed, Apr 21 20219:18 AM EDT

Carmen Reinicke@csreinicke

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Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) makes his way to a roll call vote in the Senate in Washington, U.S. April 19, 2021.
Evelyn Hockstein | Reuters

Free college could soon be a reality for many Americans.

Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., and Rep. Pramila Jayapal, D-Wash., on Wednesday introduced the College for All Plan, legislation that would make a college education free for millions and lend extra support to those from working-class families attending minority institutions.

“In the wealthiest country in the history of the world, a higher education should be a right for all, not a privilege for the few,” Sanders said in a statement. “If we are going to have the kind of standard of living that the American people deserve, we need to have the best educated workforce in the world.”

The proposal comes amid a continuing debate over canceling student loan debt.

President Joe Biden said during his presidential campaign that he would support eliminating $10,000 in federal debt per borrower, and now he’s tasked his secretary of Education with preparing a report on his legal authority to forgive up to $50,000.

“While President Biden can and should immediately cancel student debt for millions of borrowers, Congress must ensure that working families never have to take out these crushing loans to receive a higher education in the first place,” Jayapal said.

Americans currently owe a total of more than $1.7 trillion in student loan debt, 93% of which is federally backed.

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The details

The plan would provide tuition-free education for all students attending community colleges and public trade schools.

For students from families making less than $125,000 annually, tuition would be erased at public four-year colleges and universities, as well as public and private historically Black colleges and universities and other minority-serving institutions.

An annual $10 billion federal investment would be established to provide ongoing support to students at such underfunded institutions.

The bill would double the maximum Pell Grant award to $12,990, from $6,495, for the 2021-22 school year, make so-called Dreamers eligible for the loans and ensure that students could use the money for living arrangements and other nontuition expenses. It would also boost funding for programs that help low-income children, those with disabilities and first-generation college students.

“It is absolutely unacceptable that hundreds of thousands of bright young Americans do not get a higher education each year, not because they are unqualified, but because their family does not have enough money,” said Sanders.

A tax on Wall Street to pay for it

The legislation proposed by Sanders and Jayapal is a big investment in education and comes with a high price tag.

The bill says the federal government will shoulder 75% of the cost of free college at public schools, with states paying the remainder. In the event of an economic downturn, the federal government’s share would increase to 90%.

In addition, the bill proposes the government pay for free college by imposing a financial transaction tax on Wall Street, as in previous plans put forth by Sanders and others.

The Tax on Wall Street Speculation Act would levy a 0.5% tax on stock trades, a 0.1% fee on bond trades and a 0.005% fee on derivative transactions. That would raise up to $2.4 trillion over the next decade, according to a summary of the bill.

Such a tax has been criticized in the past. Business groups have spoken out against it, and some studies have shown it could harm middle-class Americans.

Still, those who support the tax see at as an equalizer.

“Thirteen years ago, the middle class bailed out Wall Street during their time of need, even as the middle class was struggling,” the bill summary reads. “Now, it is Wall Street’s turn to rebuild the struggling middle class by paying a modest financial transactions tax to make sure that everyone in America who wants to get a higher education can do so without going into debt.”

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  $5,000 online college program would crush liberal hold on higher education
Posted by: Don Dresden - 02-28-2021, 03:14 PM - Forum: Distance Learning Discussion - No Replies

Quote:Dinesh D'Souza: $5,000 online college program would crush liberal hold on higher education

Conservatives need to create 'our own America inside of America,' famed producer says.

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Dinesh D'Souza

By Natalia Mittelstadt
Updated: February 21, 2021 - 10:55pm

Dinesh D'Souza is proposing an alternative online university system with $5,000 yearly tuition, saying it could crush liberals' hold over higher education.

The famed producer and author told the John Solomon Reports podcast this weekend that the new college system should be part of conservatives' effort to defeat cancel culture and censorship by building their own educational and entertainment infrastructures.

"With regard to digital media and media generally – I mean we have to build our own platform. So I'm very much in the camp that says that at least in the short term, we need to build an alternative educational infrastructure, entertainment infrastructure, we need our own comedians, we really need the whole thing," D'Sousa said.

"We need our own America inside of America," he added.

He said a top-notch online education system was key to the whole infrastructure.

"We basically need one online university that has assembled together, the 100 top teachers and scholars in the world that will offer a Harvard level education for $5,000 a year. If you did that, you would make all of higher education obsolete overnight. I mean, the universities wouldn't go away, but it was kind of like when the iPhone first came out, suddenly, all other phones were obsolete. We can do that for education, we can do that for media, you just have to make the right moves." 

D'Souza discussed the logistics of starting these new infrastructures. 

"I think that the money is there and the will exists to do it. It's just that our side is very erratic and there hasn't been the creativity on the supply side to create these things. I mean, just think, for example, of the amount of creativity it took for Roger Ailes to go to Rupert Murdoch and just say, 'Listen, you know, all these cable channels are fighting for half the country. Geez, why don't we start one, make it a real thing, we'll offer a rival point of view, we'll take the other half of the country.'"

"It's so simple," D'Souza continued, "I mean, for decades before that, you know, all we did - our side did was, you know, complain about media, document the media bias. 'Oh, it's all so biased. We're going to give the bias award to you know' - who cares? Do your own thing and build your own, you know, mousetrap, and that's really what Roger Ailes did. And that's been my model for the world of documentaries and even feature films in Hollywood. That should be the model for education. That should be the model for everything."

There have been various alternative educational institutions established in recent years to try and change the tide of higher education. Some of these include places like the Patriot Academy and Wallbuilders, which teach students about America's founding, focus more on the cultural aspect of education. 

Cheaper, faster, and more skills-oriented educational institutions that places like University Ventures are investing in pioneer the way for more effective education that helps prepare students for the workplace. 

Co-founder and managing director of University Ventures, Ryan Craig, has said that employers are looking for job candidates with technical skills, so his organization invests in what's called "last-mile" training providers that focus on those skills.

One of these "last-mile" training providers, AlwaysHired, "is an immersive tech sales bootcamp for recent graduates who want to gain sales skills and get a job in the tech industry."

Craig is an author of a book entitled "A New U: Faster + Cheaper Alternatives to College" which discusses the issues with higher education and offers better solutions.

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  CCP Link to American Colleges: 'Grave Threat to National Security'
Posted by: Herbert Spencer - 01-12-2021, 08:03 AM - Forum: Unaccredited vs. State-Approved vs. Accredited - No Replies

Considering that the evil CCP owns the "President Elect" Beijing Joe Xiden, this is probably not that big a deal.  Most of the institutions comprising the higher ed cartel are already run by full on communists, so this is not likely a matter of much concern to them either.  Wake up or prepare to bow down to your new masters.

Quote:Organizations Linked to Chinese Military Are a Cash Cow for American Colleges
Universities received $88 million from CCP entities behind cyber attacks and espionage

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Yuichiro Kakutani and Jack Beyrer - January 11, 2021 5:00 AM

Chinese military-linked entities, including those behind extensive cyber attacks and espionage, funneled at least $88 million into U.S. universities over the course of six years, according to a Washington Free Beacon review of federal records.

Some of America's most prestigious universities have cashed lucrative checks from Chinese institutions that directly threatened national security. Duke University operates a joint-campus in China with Wuhan University, a public university that repeatedly carried out cyber attacks on behalf of the Chinese military. Northwestern University and the University of California Irvine have together received more than $4 million in research funding from an entity controlled by the Aviation Industry Corporation of China, a Chinese defense contractor that used stolen designs of American F-35 fighters to build planes for the Chinese military.

Institutions controlled by the Chinese government—state-owned enterprises, state-controlled public universities, government-controlled nonprofits, and other sources—collectively donated at least $315 million to American colleges between 2014 and 2019. More than a quarter of the contributions—27 percent—came from either state-owned defense contractors or public universities that closely partner with the Chinese military to conduct defense research.

The expenditures indicate that the Chinese government is a much bigger player in U.S. academia than previously thought. State-backed entities often avoid scrutiny as their government ties are not immediately obvious. The $315 million sum, based on federal disclosures, is likely a conservative estimate of Chinese influence peddling on campus. A Department of Education audit found that U.S. universities failed to disclose more than $6.5 billion in foreign funding from China and other countries in recent years.

Ian Easton, the senior director for the Project 2049 Institute think tank, said that the Chinese donations to American universities could pose a grave threat to national security.

"It is imperative that the U.S. government dams up the torrent of CCP-linked money currently flowing into our education system. For U.S. national security, the implications of a continuation of the current arrangement are grave," Easton told the Free Beacon. 

The Free Beacon combed through nearly 1,000 Chinese donations to U.S. universities logged in a Department of Education database, reviewing each donor to see whether it is formally owned or controlled by the Chinese government. The review found that 198 separate Chinese government entities funneled money to dozens of U.S. universities.

The biggest regime-backed donors were Chinese universities, which collectively donated more than $192 million to U.S. colleges. These donations funded a wide variety of projects, but more than 40 percent of the money came from institutions that have been identified as close research partners of the Chinese military by the Australian Strategic Policy Institute's China Defense Universities Tracker.

Some U.S. universities received research funding from a Chinese university with a history of stealing U.S. research. The University of Pennsylvania and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign collectively received more than $28 million from Zhejiang University. In 2013, the FBI charged a Chinese researcher at the Medical College of Wisconsin for stealing U.S. cancer research to pass onto Zhejiang University.

None of the universities responded to requests for comment about their dealings with China.

Easton said that the Chinese military could easily exploit state-owned institutions to illicitly acquire American research knowledge. "The CCP's armed-wing, the People's Liberation Army, has access to any and all information collected by Chinese entities at American universities," he said. "Xi Jinping's military-civil fusion strategy has removed even the thin cloak of plausible deniability Chinese companies and other civilian organizations previously could hide behind."

Several Chinese donors are also placed on various U.S. government ban lists. The University of Michigan has received $1.3 million from Harbin Engineering University, an institution that the Treasury Department included on its ban list in 2020.

Zack Cooper, a China expert at the American Enterprise Institute, cautioned against considering all Chinese donations as nefarious, since the dataset provides few details on what the money is going toward. He said that while some donors likely do want to acquire U.S. technologies for military purposes, others are likely motivated by more innocuous reasons.

"I'm sure there are some cases in which some of this money is going toward research that would be useful from a military or strategic standpoint. But also, I'm sure there's a lot that is just sort of public relations outreach," Cooper said. "A lot of companies, globally, give money to many different causes."

U.S. policymakers in recent years have started to crack down on Chinese government attempts to gain clout in U.S. universities. In 2020, the FBI arrested several American researchers, including the chair of Harvard University's chemistry department, for concealing their research funding from the Chinese government-backed Thousand Talents Program. Congress also recently passed a bill to rein in the influence of the Chinese government-backed Confucius Institute.

"Americans must know how the CCP is poisoning the well of our higher education for its own ends, and how those actions degrade our freedoms and our national security," Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said in a December speech. "If we don't educate ourselves, we'll get schooled by Beijing."

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  American Council on Education Hates Students - in my opinion
Posted by: Fort Bragg - 12-18-2020, 04:29 AM - Forum: General Education Discussions - Replies (1)

The retarded assholes changed providers that transcript the courses they approve as college equivalent.? They orphaned all the old courses leaving students scrambling to make contact with past course providers.? Current providers are slowly? figuring it out but past providers couldn't give a shit.? These useless jackasses are the people who manage America's universities.? What is their damage?? Tens of thousand of students coughed up millions of dollars and spent millions of hours passing courses are now given a big fuck you.? Legendary incompetence, in my opinion.

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  Jill Biden's EdD Diss
Posted by: Yancy Derringer - 12-17-2020, 05:22 PM - Forum: General Education Discussions - No Replies

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BRUTAL: Tucker Carlson exposes Dr. Jill Biden's dissertation and it's REALLY BAD

Dec. 16, 2020 9:53 pm by The Right Scoop

As you may have heard Dr. Jill Biden isn't really a doctor in real life, despite what Whoopi Goldberg might say about her becoming Surgeon General. Dr. Jill is actually more like the doctors you see on TV, who are only pretend doctors.

Well tonight Tucker Carlson decided to read parts of Dr. Jill's dissertation that she did to get her PhD [sic, EdD] in education, and as he puts it, it's embarrassing:

Tucker begins by showing a portion of the dissertation that highlight Dr. Jill's inability to do math:

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Tucker notes that Dr. Jill managed to find five quarters of the class instead of four.

But he's not done. Here's another portion I've transcribed that Tucker highlighted to show her math skills:

Quote:"Of the 159 students surveyed, 55 receive financial aid, 41 pay their own tuition bills; 45 student's parents pay, 3 spouses pay; 9 receive scholarships; and 9 others receive funds through the GI Bill, vocational rehabilitation programs, or grant."

As Tucker points out, 159 students were surveyed but apparently Dr. Jill found 162 results. But he's still not done:

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An eight week study week? Wow, that's a new one.

Lastly, Tucker highlighted one of the better parts of her dissertation, noting that it wasn't all bad:

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Wow. A retention department that's made a concerted effort to address retention. That's profound.

If you haven't figure it out yet, the point here isn't to just mock Joe Biden's wife. That would be cruel. Rather, it's to point out that while she likes to be called Dr. Jill, the "Dr" part seems like more of a status symbol than it is anything else. This is her dissertation after all, the document responsible for landing her that doctorate in education. It's riddled with typos, errors, and very simplistic conclusions if we go just by what we see above. Just how much did she pay for that doctorate at the University of Delaware?

If you want to read Dr. Jill's dissertation, you can find it here.

Also available here:
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  Massive Vote Fraud (Redux)
Posted by: Albert Hidel - 11-06-2020, 04:33 AM - Forum: General Education Discussions - Replies (34)

Anyone remember this post from eight years ago?

Massive Vote Fraud

Well, it's deja vu all over again.  Will Trump roll over like Romney did in 2012, or Nixon before him in 1960?  Not bloody likely!

Quote:Game-On for the Coup?

Michael Anton

It will all go according to plan—unless we stop it.

Strictly speaking, a coup is an illegitimate change of government by violent means. But what if you can do it without violence? To win without fighting is best, Sun Tzu says. An ostensibly (“mostly”) peaceful ouster from power is preferable to the use of force because it can much more easily be sold as “our democracy” at work.

National polls consistently predicted a huge Biden blowout. That they were wrong (again) is demonstrated by the facts that (a) the 2020 popular vote is, so far (California is not fully counted), a mere two-point spread, hardly a blowout; (b) Trump got a higher share of the vote than last time; and ( c) Trump received far more total votes than last time.

But it’s the swing states that matter. Here (again) Trump was supposed to lose—if not necessarily bigly in every case, at least widely.

But throughout the day, the president consistently outperformed the polls. He crushed his 2016 performance in Florida. He also outperformed in Iowa, Ohio, South Carolina, and Texas. Senators he was supposed to drag down with him, including Joni Ernst, Lindsey Graham, and Mitch McConnell, won handily. Even Susan Collins, who was supposed to be sure goner and lose by at least three, won by nine. A party that was “certain” to lose the Senate has kept it and gained (so far) six seats in the House.

Looking at states no one expected Trump to lose, his overperformance is even more stark. The polling average for West Virginia was Trump +17; he won it by 39. Kansas was estimated at +9; the result was +15.

Throughout the day the president was also outperforming his expected result in key states such as Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. He even, for a time, looked like he was within striking distance in Virginia, a state Hillary Clinton won by five points in 2016. At one point the New York Timess “meter” had Trump’s chances in North Carolina at 92%. The needle was also sliding in the president’s direction in Arizona and Georgia, among others.

And then, suddenly, the counting stopped in at least five states (or parts of states): Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin; all but one with a Democratic governor (coincidence, surely!). When has that ever happened? Well, it happened in Broward County, Florida, in 2018, when a dodgy Democratic election official appeared to be intervening, illicitly, on her party’s behalf. The process only got back underway when the state’s (Republican) governor intervened and had her removed from the process.

But getting back to last night, some time in the wee hours, additional ballots were “found” and added to early totals which had Trump ahead. To no one’s surprise, those votes were overwhelmingly—literally as much as 100% in some batches—for Biden. According to Nate Silver, no one’s idea of a Trumpist, one tranche of 23,277 votes that turned up in Philadelphia were “all for Biden.” Absent some kind of harvesting or fraud (or both), that’s a logical and statistical impossibility.

Through the night, all such ballots came from heavily Democratic areas posting unusually, improbably high turnout. 85% in Milwaukee? A city that turned out at only 61% in 2016, and even with Obama on the ballot in 2012, at 71%? But 85% for Sleepy Joe? According to one report, seven Milwaukee precincts returned more presidential votes than they have registered voters. Turnout in Wisconsin overall is alleged to have been 89.25%, more than five standard deviations for the state’s mean turnout since 1960—another statistical impossibility.

One might also wonder why this urban Blue wave materialized only in close states. Milwaukee was way up but not Cleveland? Philly but not St. Louis? Granted Ohio and Missouri are Red, but their big cities aren’t.

How It’s Done

We’ve seen this movie before. This is how they beat Scott Walker in Wisconsin in 2018, Tom Foley in Connecticut in 2010, and Norm Coleman in Minnesota in 2008.

Why stop the count? Because that’s the only way to know how many votes you need to “win.” Sure, you can just brute force things by backing up a truck full of ballots. But that looks bad. You might even end up counting more votes than there are registered voters in the state. Better to eke out a narrow win. As Joseph Kennedy, Sr. allegedly said to his second son, “I’m not paying for a landslide.”

Speaking of the Kennedys, veteran political observer Theodore H. White—in their company on election night 1960—explained how it’s done. In Illinois, the race came down to

Quote:downstate (Republican) versus Cook County (Democratic), and the bosses, holding back totals from key precincts, were playing out their concealed cards under pressure of publicity as in a giant game of blackjack….

The AP ticker chattered its keys once more and reported: “With all downstate precincts now reported in, and only Cook County precincts unreported, Richard Nixon has surged into the lead by 3,000 votes.”

I was dismayed, for if Nixon really carried Illinois, the game was all but over. And at this point I was jabbed from dismay by the outburst of jubilation from young Dick Donahue, who yelped, “He’s got them! Daley made them go first! He’s still holding back—watch him play his hand now.” I was baffled, they were elated. But they knew the counting game better than I, and as if in response to Donahue’s yelp, the ticker, having stuttered along for several minutes with other results, announced: “With the last precincts of Cook County now in, Senator Kennedy has won a lead of 8,000 votes to carry Illinois’s 27 electoral votes.”

Later that evening, Kennedy told his friend Ben Bradlee of an early call from Daley, when all seemed in doubt. “With a little bit of luck and the help of a few close friends,” Daley had assured Kennedy before the AP had pushed out the count, “you’re going to carry Illinois.”

Is that what happened last night? Sure looks like it. Plus ça change.

To say nothing of other considerations, it’s hard to believe that an eight-point win in Ohio would be coupled with losses throughout the rest of the upper Midwest, or that historically deep purple Florida would go strongly for Trump while Georgia and North Carolina would not. Are those states really so unrepresentative of the American electorate?

Stop the Steal

The thing could (but will never) be proved. Those who ran the operation are also in charge of all the potential investigating agencies. There’s zero chance they will use any of that power to uncover their own malfeasance. Think a Biden Justice Department will look into it?

Expect instead a media typhoon of propaganda insisting that the results are all legit, that any anomaly you think you see (or saw) is a “conspiracy theory,” or at any rate innocently explainable by mundane process details too boring to get into. Twitter is already slapping warnings on the accounts of those who point out irregularities. How long before they start outright suspensions?

Will it work? That depends on the president and his allies and what they do. The odds and the forces arrayed against them are immense.

What would I have them do? I’m no expert but the crew at Revolver has some good ideas: (1) challenge the late-night “finds” in the courts; (2) hold rallies in contested states; (3) urge GOP officials in close states to expose shenanigans and, if necessary, to refuse to seat Biden electors in the event of a fake count; (4) mount a campaign to marshal grassroots public opinion in the president’s favor. Convince the people that if in fact the election is in the process of being stolen, the president and his allies are going to fight the steal on their behalf. If middle America wants to prevent this election from being stolen, it will have to be willing to act—now. I know they are willing, but they need to hear from the President and his best surrogates. I’d get Trump on Tucker, tonight, to explain his plan.

But in another sense, the Democrats’ plan won’t “work.” Even if the steal can be made to stick, half the country won’t accept it. That is, they’ll accept the reality that power is now in the hands of a party that took it by fraud. But they won’t believe that the election was fair or the outcome real. They will believe, or be confirmed in a belief that’s been brewing for a long time, that the system is rigged, the process is fake, the ruling class are liars, the government is illegitimate, and that they themselves are subjects and not citizens—anything but a free people with a say over its own destiny. If the ruling class can get away with this, they will be able to get away with anything. And they will know it.

The irony will be that those who, over the last four years, have bleated the loudest about “our democracy” will have been most responsible for killing it off.

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  Doxer Hit with RICO Suit
Posted by: WilliamW - 10-01-2020, 11:20 AM - Forum: George Gollin - No Replies

(07-10-2018, 07:50 AM)Howie Felterbush Wrote: Mother of mercy! Is this the end of Rico? Or the beginning of RICO?

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No, not that Rico, this RICO:

Sound familiar? A degenerate university employee uses university resources to stalk and harass his enemies. Innocent victim sues employee and university under RICO statute. Coming soon to a university in the Champaign, Illinois area? Only time will tell.

Quote:Antifa doxer "AntiFash Gordon" sued in federal lawsuit for harassment

Andy Ngo and Mia Cathell
The Post Millennial
September 28, 2020 11:56 AM

A federal lawsuit accuses St. Lawrence University of allowing an employee and notorious Antifa doxer to use campus facilities and equipment to lead harassment and threatening campaigns against an ex-New York Daily News employee.

The lawsuit filed last week in New Jersey federal court claims that Christian Michael Exoo, a 39-year-old supervisor at the university library in Canton, N.Y. who runs the notorious Antifa Twitter account "AntiFashGordon," harassed the plaintiff, Daniel D'Ambly, causing him to be fired from his job as a platemaker for the paper.

"Exoo is a self-described anti-fascist, notorious doxer, and leader of Antifa, who by doxing others has acquired a great deal of notoriety and infamy," D'Ambly's civil complaint claims. "Exoo's activities are well known to St. Lawrence faculty and administrators, who allow Exoo to direct the enterprise from St. Lawrence property, from his place of employment, during his normal work hours using St. Lawrence equipment and information technology."

The suit alleges Exoo has participated in "racketeering activities through interstate communications" and that he has the "consent and approval" of SLU to recruit students. In 2017, he spoke at a campus conference where he gave instructions to students on how to investigate and dox people.

D'Ambly's lawsuit also names St. Lawrence University, New York Daily News, Twitter, and others as co-defendants.

"Christian Exoo is a part-time employee of St. Lawrence University. It is not our practice to comment on pending legal matters," SLU spokesperson Paul Redfern told WWNY-TV in an emailed statement.

D'Ambly is seeking compensatory damages in an amount to be determined at trial exceeding $75,000.

D'Ambly's lawsuit says he lost his job at the New York Daily News as a result of Exoo's mass harassment campaign. D'Ambly is a member of the New Jersey European Heritage Association, which the lawsuit calls a "non-violent pro-domestic policy organization." The Anti-Defamation League labels the organization a "white supremacist group."

The New York Daily News allegedly fired D"Ambly after conducting an investigation into his activities following a mass online and phone call campaign initiated by Exoo. A private investigator's report acknowledged that Exoo's doxing was the impetus for the inquiry, the lawsuit claims. The dismissal letter read: "[Y]our choice to take these repulsive actions has now put our workplace and employees at risk of counter attacks by Antifa."

The lawsuit says Exoo's harassment campaign led to real-life violence where D'Ambly's vehicle was keyed and his tires slashed at his home in South Brunswick, N.J.

Exoo--operating under the Twitter moniker "@AntiFashGordon" to hide his real identity--had disclosed the plaintiff'"s personal information in a torrent of tweets in October 2018, asking his followers to "send harassing, intimidating, and threatening phone calls and tweets" to D'Ambly's employer to extort his termination. Exoo posted a phone number for his thousands of followers to call.

Exoo gloats on Twitter: '"Technically, I don't just stalk fascists. I also get them fired, de-homed, kicked out of school, etc." (For the record: Exoo has led a harassment campaign to get The Post Millennial editor-at-large Andy Ngo removed from Patreon based on a lie that he worked with a neo-Nazi terrorist group.)

Exoo is currently evading a permanent ban on Twitter by using a third account. Exoo's two previous accounts, @ChrisExoo and @ChristianExoo, were permanently suspended for doxing.

Despite the popularity of Exoo's Twitter account among Antifa militants, he has been embroiled in recent personal controversies. In December last year, Exoo was accused of blackmail, racism and predatory behaviour towards underage girls by a former friend. The friend, who is black and transgender, also accused Exoo of inappropriate touching.

In March this year, Exoo encouraged the public to steal supplies from St. Lawrence University, his place of employment, amid the coronavirus pandemic. Exoo's father and brother are also all employed by the university as academics.

Exoo has been reached for comment.

The complaint is linked in the article, but to insure its future availability it is also linked below.

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