Email Response from UCM About Rapist at Their School

Begin forwarded message:

From: UCM Admissions <admit@ucmo.edu>
Subject: Re: Rapist at your school
Date: October 14, 2013 3:46:20 PM EDT

The university is required to allow all qualified and eligible students to pursue an education. UCM continues to uphold the rights and responsibilities of all students and employees.

The university is strongly committed to continuing to create a safe and supportive campus environment free from harassment and hostility. Consistent with this goal, we are sharing a link to resources available to the UCM community to support a safe and healthy campus for our students and employees.


On Sun, Oct 13, 2013 at 11:37 PM, XXX wrote:
You actually accepted Matthew Barnett, a rapist of a fourteen-year-old girl, into your school.

You know he'll do it again, and the publicity means you will be liable.

Matthew Barnett You Are a Piece of Shit

...  but more than that, you are a rapist.  And one has to wonder about University of Central Missouri, where a person with the low character of Matthew Barnett is allowed to attend. 

And just to give you people at University of Central Missouri a heads-up:  the notorious past of Matthew Barnett takes away future legal defenses from your school.  Specifically, if another girl claims that he gave her a drink and she blacks out, and then wakes up with cuts and bruises consistent with intercourse that she doesn't remember, the University of Central Missouri will not be able to defend against a lawsuit by claiming lack of foreseeability.  Admitting Matthew Barnett as a student is a serious liability for the University of Central Missouri.  Hell, just allowing Matthew Barnett on the University of Central Missouri campus is a serious liability.

And you know he's going to do it again.  Because that's who he is.  Just don't act surprised.


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