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The Ontario County district attorney, R. Michael Tantillo, closed the case without testing whether that seminal fluid matched the DNA of any of the accused.
But also, too often, a problem determining exact circumstances. Is that right? No. is it easy to adjudicate these matters, on a campus? No.
The colleges are "damned" if they do (support one side or the other) and "damned" if they don't (support one side or the other).
And as a parent, that school would never see another dime of mine.