For more than a year, people at the highest levels of the Louisiana State University athletic department fielded complaints about their prized running back, Derrius Guice. That summer, a female student told two senior athletics administrators that Guice took a partially nude photograph of her without her permission, and then shared it with a team equipment manager and possibly others. In another case, the school determined that a fraternity member had sexually assaulted two women, but it refused to move him out of classes he shared with one of them and altogether ignored an allegation against him by a third female student. The men, non-athletes, received "deferred suspensions," a probationary period during which they must stay out of trouble.
LSU AD Wanted Les Miles Fired in 2013 After Sexual Misconduct Accounts
Sean Vincent Gillis - Wikipedia
Many people believe that economic depressions and recessions cause crime, and that economic booms are associated with low crime rates. History, however, tells a different story. I wrote about a more recent period, to , in my previous book, The Rise and Fall of Violent Crime in America Together, these works provide new insights into the relationship between crime and various social conditions: poverty, immigration, economic crises, weakness in the criminal justice system, group subcultures of violence, and more. A major issue addressed by Roots of Violent Crime, which I would like to touch on here, is the relationship between economic conditions and violent crime. I will limit my remarks to crimes of violence, that is, murder, rape, assault, and forcible robbery.
LSU mishandled sexual misconduct complaints against students, including top athletes
Sean Vincent Gillis born June 24, is an American serial killer , rapist , cannibal , stalker , and necrophile who stalked, kidnapped, raped, murdered, and mutilated eight Louisiana women between and in the Baton Rouge Metro and surrounding areas. In his initial arrest, he was charged with three counts of first degree murder and three counts of ritualistic acts in the murders of year-old Katherine Hall, year-old Johnnie Mae Williams and year-old Donna Bennett Johnston. Gillis confessed to the murders with little coercion and then informed investigators about five other women whom he had murdered. Gillis was born June 24, in Baton Rouge and was raised in southern Louisiana. He was the son of Yvonne and Norman Gillis.
Miles was banned from being alone with woman students following a investigation, according to an original internal report recently released by LSU. The initial report alleged Miles texted woman student workers on a burner phone, drove them alone to his condo and kissed a student on at least one occasion. Miles, who was directly involved with hiring student employees, reportedly "made it clear that he wanted these employees to have a certain 'look' attractive, blond, fit. Husch Blackwell found that the LSU athletic department did not respond properly to the accounts about Miles. The answer is 'no.