A Yale student accused of rape and suspended from the school was found not guilty by a court
|03/07/2018||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- Yale student Saifullah Khan was arrested on Halloween 2015 for allegedly raping a female student.
- The case has dragged on for years.
- The ruling has broader implications for colleges as they try to address sexual assault.
A Yale student was found not guilty on charges of sexual assault Wednesday in a rare campus rape case that was tried in criminal court, The New York Times reported.
The plaintiff, Saifullah Khan, was arrested on Halloween 2015 for allegedly raping a female Yale student. The case has dragged on for years and was further postponed after a judge declared a mistrial in 2017. read more >>>