A tip of the hat to Justice for Men for this. The start of the piece:
As reported in the Stanford Daily Post, Michele Dauber, a Stanford Law Professor is advocating violence on Twitter against 21-yr. old, Brock Turner, who was kicked out of college and criminally convicted of sexual assault. The reason? Because he is appealing his case…
After denigrating his appeal in social media (the appeal has not been heard yet), Dauber then tweeted a song with lyrics calling for extreme violence against Turner:
Brock Turner/You’re the definition of scum
Get stomped on like old gum/I hope your face gets kicked in
I hope you never get a job/I hope you never get the girl
I hope you get tossed in a Dumpster/F*** Brock Turner
When confronted by a former female Judge, Dauber claimed the tweet was “satire”. Is this conduct fitting for a law professor? A teacher tasked with impartially educating law students now advocates for violence against a former student because he is appealing his case and exercising his civil rights? If the situation involved a male professor posting lyrics calling for violence against an accuser, do you think he would still be around?
Please join me in emailing Mary Elizabeth Magill, Dean of Stanford Law School, and calling for Michele Dauber’s employment contract termination or resignation. Her email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.