A Walden Student was wrongly dismissed because of emails sent to the dean and director of the Mental Health program at Walden University. The student is a victim of verbal and physical abuse at the hands of others. These emails were sent in retaliation for ending a long time friendship. The friendship was ended because of illegal drug use and activities of the retaliator. The victim is not going to spend over $20,000 a year working on her master's degree in Mental Health Counseling to just throw it away. I am unfortunately close to the perpetratior of the emails. The perpetraitor is my younger sister Christine. My sister has a serious drug problem and is known to be possessive and extremely violent.
The student has made several efforts to inform the director Dr. Matthew Buckley of the situation he refused to listen to her, instead he spent his time lecturing this student instead of taking the time to listen to her. Apparently he did not care what she had to say. He spent his time lecturing her about allowing someone to have access to her computer. This is not the case. Two of the other perpetraitors involved were former employees of hers and had direct access to the internet. The individuals involved have confessed to what they have done.
This student ran a multiservice company and computer access was a necessity. These emails were sent either when she was out of the office or after office hours. Each employee used their own computers at work and internet information was downloaded onto their computers. The victim had filed a police report on October 1, 2010 and was told it was a Civil matter.
The victim is a 4.0 student who just wants to be back at school and move forward with her life. She holds no grudges against Walden University, just asks for an apology and reinstatement. In fact she feels that students can benefit from her situation.
Please sign this petition for the student who was wronged in every sense of the way.
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