From WOSU's article: “All of the lawmakers that I know, Democrat or Republican, all are good people and will do the right thing,” Garrett said. “But in my opinion, if the lawmakers don’t step up and open up the statute of limitations, then they are complicit.” Read the full article here.
Brian Garrett, who says Strauss sexually assaulted him, says the university has filed to dismiss their lawsuit. Read the full article here.
Garrett told ABC 6/FOX 28 he went to the OSU-PSU game. “It was very hard to be at the game knowing that knowing that both institutions are going through a very similar thing, but one took accountability and went through the process and is recovering, and the other one to date, Ohio State is not
The Columbus Dispatch – Strauss accusers create website urging Ohio legislature to hold OSU accountable
“For the victims, there is no arbitrary time limit on the mental trauma, especially knowing now that the sexual abuse was widespread, ignored and covered up by Ohio State,” Garrett said in the news release. “It’s a sad day when Ohio State sets an example of how to evade responsibility and accountability while Michigan State
PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Sexual Abuse Survivors Launch Website Aimed at Holding the Ohio State University Accountable for Dr. Richard Strauss Sexual Misconduct Survivors are asking the Ohio Legislature to step in and provide a voice for justice. Columbus, OH – September 28, 2018 -- The Ohio State University continues to move forward with
"A proposal to give victims of child sexual abuse in Pennsylvania an opportunity to file lawsuits over claims that would otherwise be too outdated to pursue overwhelmingly passed the state House on Tuesday, but it was unclear if it will get through the Senate." Read the full article here.
"The people interviewed by Seattle-based Perkins Coie so far include employees from athletics, the health center and human resources, as well as administrators from that time period, though some key witnesses are now deceased, according to the letter. The team has searched 525 boxes of university records for relevant materials, and the investigators say that
Penn Live – Victims of serial rapist Larry Nassar stand in solidarity with victims of clergy sex abuse in Pa.
"Michigan law for years allowed victims of sexual assault to file civil suits for up to three years after the incident occurred. A new law enacted in the wake of the Nassar scandal extends the civil and criminal statutes of limitations, giving sexual assault victims more time to report and sue their accusers. Michigan's new law gives Nassar