Demand UofL Stand Up to Misconduct

Demand UofL Stand Up to Misconduct

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Alex Hex started this petition to President of University of Louisville Neeli Bendapudi and

Two months ago I came forward with evidence of sexual misconduct on part of an employee of the University of Louisville. This evidence included admissions of physical abuse by the person involved and beastiality. Screen shots and other documented evidence were turned into the ULPD and the Human Resources department. The problem is Kentucky is one of five states where beastiality is perfectly legal. So no crime was committed despite the clear and present evidence. The University of Louisville human resources department that makes these determinations informed me that until an actual crime had been committed they will continue to refuse to take action against this employee. 

Pointing out the lack of point to even having a code of conduct if they willingly allowed things to get so bad a actual crime must be committed before they as a organization distanced themselves from this person and removed someone with a predatory nature from a campus of younger impressionable adults was absurd. 

Frustrated and having exhausted options going with proper routes, but still wanting justice and change not just for me but all students faculty and staff who attend this university I now turn to you to make your voice heard that this will not stand! Demand action and demand that the human resources office at the university of Louisville consistently apply their code of conduct policies to make us all safer. They have scandals all the time because of this lack of urgency and apathy towards a problem until it becomes too big to ignore. So let's give them something they can't ignore!

By signing this petition you are demanding that the powers that be at UofL take a proactive and consistent zero tolerance approach to those with sexual misconduct and violence allegations against them independently applying the code of conduct

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