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Dharun Ravi Verdict

An Unjust Verdict in the Rutgers Cyber-Spying Case

Ed Koch | Posted 07.31.2012 | New York
Ed Koch

The trial court's unjustifiably lenient sentence for Dharun Ravi has shocked the public's conscience.

Poll Position: Was Dhuran Ravi's Verdict Just? Vote Now!

Posted 03.23.2012 | Gay Voices

From glitter-bombing to celebrities coming out of the closet, every Friday we invite you to weigh in on a hot topic involving the LGBT community. T...

Guilty Verdict in Dharun Ravi Case Only Compounds Tyler Clementi Tragedy

Elizabeth Weill-Greenberg | Posted 05.18.2012 | Crime
Elizabeth Weill-Greenberg

Maybe it helps to make sense of Clementi's death by creating a narrative, a cause and effect. Maybe it helps to make sense of Clementi's death by fabricating a villian. But incarcerating and/or deporting Ravi only compounds this tragedy.

A Shakespearean Tragedy: A Rutgers Story, Where Prejudice of Love Induces Death!

William Brown | Posted 05.16.2012 | College
William Brown

What a sad tragedy when hate blackens love and destroys young lives. What a horrible act it is to have one's love and affection for another used to ostracize and expel a young man from an academic community engineered to expand and promote diversity.

Today's Verdict On Tyler Clementi's Ex-Roommate: Guilty... Of What? And Why?

David Groshoff | Posted 05.16.2012 | Gay Voices
David Groshoff

Instead of having Tyler Clementi and Dharun Ravi as contributing members of our society, Tyler is dead, and Ravi is likely headed to prison for years, or deported to India. And for what? Surely not a discussion of bias crimes, anti-bullying laws, and gay panic defense.

Dharun Ravi Verdict Inspires Impassioned -- And Conflicted -- Responses

Posted 03.16.2012 | Gay Voices

The conviction of former Rutgers University student Dharun Ravi for bias intimidation, invasion of privacy and tampering with evidence among other cha...

Michael McLaughlin

Dharun Ravi Found Guilty Of Invasion Of Privacy

HuffingtonPost.com | Michael McLaughlin | Posted 05.22.2012 | Crime

A jury found Dharun Ravi guilty of invasion of privacy for spying on his Rutgers University roommate Tyler Clementi and other charges. The jury del...