War on Men? Man Found Guilty of Rape Over Consensual Sex

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A young male college student, a promising athlete, an exceptional student at Colorado State University-Pueblo, filed a federal lawsuit against the college and the federal government over their clear violation of the Constitution in what might be described as a war on men. You decide.

Grant Neal was suspended indefinitely, labeled a sexual offender and will never get into any other college and it’s all over a bizarre charge of rape.

He never had due process. Are we still in America? This has to stop. Lawyers can’t even come into the room when the parties are being questioned. They can only write letters.

It doesn’t matter if it’s a private or a public college, they are ruining male students’ lives thanks Obama’s overreaching control of colleges and alleged rape allegations.

“It weighs on me because I see my life being ripped away from me for no justifiable reason,” said Neal in an exclusive interview with CBS4. “I feel there’s definite overreaction to what happened between this young lady and me.”

Grant Neal
Grant Neal

Neal was a champion high school wrestler and outstanding football player at Regis Jesuit High School before deciding to attend CSU-Pueblo on scholarship. He planned to obtain a medical degree.

“I would like to be an orthopedic surgeon,” said Neal.

But he said his dreams were destroyed last October.

His friendship with a female trainer turned into a date after which she performed oral sex on him in his car. She texted later that her roommates saw her doing this and she was “so embarrassed.”

Two days later, she invited Neal to her apartment, saying she was alone. They ended up in the bedroom undressed, making sexual contact, with her initiating intercourse, Neal said, when she said she was not on birth control.

“I immediately got off her and asked if I should put a condom on and she said yes and then we engaged in sexual intercourse. She never said no and never told me to stop.”

The next day, the woman’s friend noticed a hickey and after discovering the woman had sex with the prominent football player, she decided it was a rape and reported it.

The girlfriend texted him and said she was trying to make it right and her friend had said things that weren’t true.

Neal met with the woman and secretly recorded the conversation in which the woman can be heard directly exonerating Neal of any rape accusation.

“I hope you know I don’t think you did any of that, right? I may be acting like the typical girl who just got raped, but I hope you know I don’t think I did,” the woman said.

According to CSU-Pueblo’s internal investigation, obtained by CBS4, the woman told an investigator, “Grant was lying on top of me and I told him that I did not want to have sexual intercourse with him that is unprotected because I am not on any birth control. Although I told Grant no, Grant ended up penetrating me … and I told him to stop. He stopped and pulled out from me immediately. Grant then said to me that if he used a condom, would I be okay with that. I told Grant yes to the condom. Grant placed on the condom and we began to have protected sex at this point which I was okay with it.”

That same night, this woman went to Neal’s home and had consensual sex again.

One of the roommates, Quinn Vandekoppel, came home and opened the door to Neal’s room and saw the pair engaged in sexual intercourse with the woman atop Neal. Vandekoppel told CBS4, “You don’t come back to your alleged rapist’s house and engage in sex with them the night after the incident. It just doesn’t make any sense at all.”

But CSU-Pueblo’s Title IX investigation found the preponderance of evidence substantiated a finding of sexual misconduct on the part of Grant Neal for participating in non-consensual sexual intercourse on Oct. 25 for the moment when he didn’t have a condom on during that sexual encounter. The university suspended Neal from campus, ruling he could not return until the woman graduates.

“They ripped my education away from me that I worked tirelessly for,” said Neal.

CBS4 traveled to CSU-Pueblo and contacted the woman at the center of the controversial decision. She said she felt “wronged” by what happened between her and Neal the night of Oct. 25, but declined to elaborate. She reiterated what she said numerous times during the investigation — that CSU-Pueblo overreacted and handed out discipline to Neal that was too severe.

This woman is a b*tch in the war on men.

Source: CBS Denver News

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