Why dads must teach their daughters the mantra: Avoid the groid.
And why universities must put white women ahead of jigaboo assletes.
There are 100 white women raped by the sacred Negro every day in America. This story would not be in the news if not for Ms. Robinson’s determination to have her alleged attacker pay for his crime.
A student at the University of North Carolina has come forward to publicly accuse a Tar Heels football player of rape after she says her case was mishandled by the university, police and prosecutors.
Delaney Robinson, a 19-year-old sophomore, says she was raped by junior football player Allen Artis in February 2016, WNCN-TV reports.
“I did everything a rape victim is supposed to do. I reported it. I allowed the rape kit to be taken. I gave a statement. I cooperated with law enforcement and the Title IX office,” Robinson said in a statement. “But six months later, the university has done nothing. I’m taking this public stand not for me but for the other students on campus who are not protected, despite what the university tells us.”
Heavy does not typically name sexual assault victims, but Robinson has identified herself in an effort to bring attention to the case.
She filed a report accusing Artis of rape after the incident occurred six months ago. Now, she has taken the step to file a warrant for his arrest on misdemeanor charges herself, which is allowed under state law.
“Robinson requested self-sworn warrants for misdemeanor assault on a female and misdemeanor sexual battery as a result of the Orange County District Attorney’s refusal to prosecute the case despite sufficient physical evidence,” her attorney, Denise W. Branch said in a statement. “For more than six months we have asked the University and the Orange County District Attorney’s office to hold Delaney’s rapist accountable for his actions. At every turn we have been met with discouragement and delay.””
Delaney Robinson says she as raped by Allen Artis at the Ram Village apartments at the University of North Carolina’s Chapel Hill campus, WNCN-TV reports. The alleged sexual assault occurred on Valentine’s Day, February 14, earlier this year, Robinson says.
She said she was drinking underage on the night she says she was attacked, but “did not deserve to be raped.” She was 18 at the time.
Her attorney, Denise Branch, said in a statement the Orange County District Attorney’s Office “has pronounced that ‘unconsciousness is rape, black out drunk is not rape.’ Therefore, because my client did not drink to the point of unconsciousness before she was raped, the Orange County District Attorney has declined to prosecute the case.”
Branch said Robinson’s story is “not unique. She enjoyed a night out with friends. She consumed alcohol and then found herself alone with someone she did not know and was raped.”
The attorney called the case “shocking” because of the “failure of the University and the criminal justice system to protect a victim who reported a crime. Unlike so many others, Delaney reported her rape. She went to the hospital and gave a full report of what had happened. She allowed the hospital to collect all required evidence for a rape kit. The physical exam revealed vaginal injuries consistent with blunt force trauma and bruising consistent with a physical assault.”
The Guardian also covers this story very similarly to Heavy. Neither source offers any word on the Negro’s side of the story. Artis’s location is unknown at the present time. He may or may not have been arrested.
The university, trying to cover its sorry ass, claims that its Title IX program has been revamped. The Guardian reports it this way:
The vice-chancellor of communications and public affairs at UNC, Joel Curran, said that the university could not discuss the case due to federal privacy laws.
“These matters are complex and often involve multiple agencies including law enforcement. While the University always tries to complete an investigation as quickly as possible, our priority is to ensure that the factual investigations are complete and conducted in a fair and thorough manner,” Curran said in a statement.
The university has had issues with sexual assault allegations in the past and completely revamped its Title IX office after students filed a complaint with the Board of Education against the university for its handling of these cases.
However, Branch said the university had failed to abide by its own guidelines.
“The university failed either by being uninformed or by completely disregarding the new Title IX guidelines that they so publicly pronounced being put in place,” she said.
You can bet there’ll be white male football fans at the stadium on Saturday worshiping these big, violent pieces of shit. Shame on those race traitors.