Male Professor Sues University of Illinois for $7.9 million Over Baseless Grades-For-Sex Investigation

Justice requires a dispassionate search for truth. You start out with a presumption of innocence for the accused, then you listen to both sides, weigh the evidence, and come to a conclusion. Unfortunately for men, there is no such thing as justice in the Kangaroo courts that are being run in colleges today. Colleges start out with the presumption that a man accused of something is guilty, that a woman involved needs to be protected and held to a much lower standard and in many cases, that the male’s life is less important than the narrative that women that make accusations don’t lie. However, women do frequently lie about all sorts of subjects including sex crimes. For example…

The University of Illinois continued to probe “demonstrably false” sex-for-grades allegations against a professor even after it agreed to end the investigation in return for his resignation, according to the professor’s lawyers.

When it learned Joseph Petry’s accuser was trying to “blackmail” him for giving her a bad grade, the taxpayer-funded institution did not publicize its findings to the same degree it promoted the allegations, Petry’s lawyers said in a press release accompanying his lawsuit (below).

Filed in the Illinois Court of Claims, which adjudicates litigation against the state, Petry’s breach-of-contract lawsuit is seeking nearly $7.9 million from the Board of Trustees for damaging his reputation and future employment opportunities.