Restorative Justice for the Wesleyan Five

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Kaitlin Payne
6 years ago
Zac Kramer was my first boyfriend and my first love. He is a beautiful person and I wish I could do more for him now

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Ima Whiner
6 years ago
Without these folks it is harder to get drugs on campus

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Maribeth LaRiviere
7 years ago
I've been a victim of similar rumors because ONE person told a lie . A person who people believed had credibility. I have been judged without ever being able to defend myself . I didn't feel that I should even address such preposterous alligations because they were so far from the truth , I couldn't imagine that anyone would believe such clamor. Therefore, I empathize with these five young men and the damage and detriment that this type of aboration causes for a persons livelihood, self esteem and morale ! Shame on you Wesleyan University . Practice what you teach ! There are young impressionable minds at stake here. BE CAREFUL !!!

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Kaitlyn Pappas
7 years ago
They don't deserve this.

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Skyler Doyle
7 years ago
If you expel these students, then if something like this happens again, participants would be less likely to call paramedics in case of emergency because of the fear of expulsion. This could result in the death of Wesleyan students. Eliminating the drug culture at this school is impossible, so this is not the way to go about things.

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Taryn Johnson
7 years ago
I am signing because these students are a part of the Wesleyan community that I love. Zachary Kramer has made my transition into Wesleyan so much easier to bear. All these students have positively touched other students and faculty, and should be allowed to learn and grow with the wesleyan community.

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Jennelle Herrick
7 years ago
wesleyan was my home and still should be home to these students

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Lee Wagoner
7 years ago
Alcohol has sent people to the hospital infinitely more times.
I bet it's just pressure and legal threats from the parents of the hospitalized kids.

If you think about it, isn't it the Wesleyan administration who is capitalizing on the students rather than those involved in the drug trade?

Which of the two groups actually cares more about the wellbeing of the students (when it comes to empathy, not liability)?

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Chelsea Goldsmith
7 years ago
I am more concerned with safety than reputation, as the school should be.

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Wyatt Hodgson
7 years ago
Just startin' shit.