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10,000 Strong Against Sexual Assault at JMU

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 photo 14062610000strongJMU_zpsce9a944e.jpg The online petition for justice in the James Madison University sexual assault case reached its goal of 10,000 signatures yesterday and is now headed toward 15,000. So while the school’s administration did not comprehend her complaint and the McAuliffe administration has remained silent, the case is drawing ignominious attention.

The Student Government Association (SGA) President, Taylor Vollman, posted a letter to fellow students on the SGA blog two days after the news about the case was made public on WHSV. From the content of the letter the inference is that the JMU administration, fumbling with the Sarah Butters case, never made the effort to involve students in an effort to curb sexual volence on campus during the year and a half that it stalled a decision. Vollman says “we are trying to gather as much information as possible on this complex issue in order to have a holistic view of where we are and where we need to go.”

Really. A “holistic” view isn’t something which the JMU administration has shown itself capable of grasping. But good luck with that.

The petition for justice remains active at change.org.