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Flat White

The dreadful toll of campus injustice

17 February 2022

2:00 PM

17 February 2022

2:00 PM

A few years ago, an engaging young overseas-trained doctor arrived in one of our biggest cities to do post-graduate research. He was a popular and confident student, soon appointed to leadership roles at the university college where he was staying and thrilled to be part of its student community.

A photo of him taken a year later shows his hair starting to fall out (alopecia) through stress after monstrous treatment from his university following an unfounded, malicious sexual assault allegation.

Two years later, a jury took 20 minutes to dismiss the case following a two-week trial.

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