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After Connecticut Supreme Court ruling clears the way, Saifullah Khan – a Yale University student previously acquitted of rape – files a Defamation Suit Against his Accuser.
In 2019, Saifullah Khan, 30, brought a suit against Yale University, more than four years after being acquitted of the rape of a student in her dorm in 2015.
Over the course of several years, the case was heard in the Connecticut courts and in June of this year, the court ruled that there was a legal basis for the defamation claim.
A former Yale student who was expelled by the university after being accused of sexual assault is suing one of his accusers for defamation – and is demanding $110 million in damages from the school after not being able to get his degree.
Expelled in 2019, Saifullah Khan, 30, filed the suit more than four years ago – 20 months after he was acquitted of raping a female student on Halloween night in 2015 but deemed ‘responsible’ for the act by the school months later.
The case has since slowly grinded through the Connecticut courts, culminating in a recent ruling this past June where jurists said the then 21-year-old woman is not immune from a defamation lawsuit while not commenting on the merits of such a case.
Khan – a member of the class of 2016 who had his undergraduate studies upended over the claims – was found not guilty of the alleged rape in a court of law.
Following his exoneration – which came at the height of America’s #MeToo movement – Khan was readmitted as a full-time student in 2018 but was subject to protests from the student body along the way, the suit claims.
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The legal system attempts only to have fools for the State seated in the jury box. The vast amount of tools and power the State abuses almost ensures that most of the time fools will find for the State.
The wisdom of the prudent is to give thought to their ways, but the folly of fools is deception. (Proverbs 14:8)
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