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Baylor University: Selling Sex With White Women to Attract Black Rapist “Athletes”

Baylor Assistant Coach Kendal Briles was quoted as saying to prospective Black recruits for his team: “Do you like White women? Because we have a lot of them at Baylor and they love football players.”

Assistant coach to prospective Black players: “Do you like White women? Because we have a lot of them at Baylor and they love football players.” The death penalty should not be out of line for rapists and defilers of our women. Organized athletics in this country are utterly corrupted, and all White people should cease supporting them immediately.

A BAYLOR UNIVERSITY GRADUATE who says she was raped by football players in 2013 sued the university Friday. Her lawsuit includes an allegation that 31 Baylor football players committed 52 acts of rape, including five gang rapes, between 2011 and 2014 — an estimate that far exceeds the number previously provided by school officials.

The woman, identified in the suit as Elizabeth Doe, reports being brutally gang raped by then-Baylor football players Tre’Von Armstead and Shamycheal Chatman after a party on April 18, 2013.

Those football players were previously named as suspects in a police report for a rape on that date, but were never charged.

The woman, who graduated from Baylor in 2014, has sued Baylor for Title IX violations and negligence.

Trevon Armstead and Shamychael Chatman: White women “hostesses” were expected to “service” them

A Baylor spokeswoman declined to comment Friday.

John Clune, the Colorado attorney who represents the woman, released a statement Friday saying that his team appreciates what Baylor has done to try to fix the sexual assault problem on campus. But, he said, “this is one that needed to be filed.”

“As hard as the events at Baylor have been for people to hear, what went on there was much worse than has been reported,” he said.

One of the woman’s alleged attackers — Chatman — was accused of rape once before, the suits says, but the university failed to intervene. In that case, the suit says, a student athletic trainer reported that Chatman raped her at his off-campus apartment, so the university moved the trainer to a female sports team and agreed to pay for her education in exchange for a non-disclosure agreement.

The lawsuit describes a culture of sexual violence under former Baylor football coach Art Briles, in which the school implemented a “show ’em a good time” policy that “used sex to sell” the football program to recruits.

Former assistant coach Kendal Briles — the son of the head coach — once told a Dallas area student athlete, “Do you like white women? Because we have a lot of them at Baylor and they love football players,” according to the suit.

Investigation by lawyers identified at least 52 “acts of rape,” including five gang rapes, by 31 football players from 2011 to 2014. At least two of the gang rapes were committed by 10 or more players at one time, the suit states.

This contrasts with figures Baylor officials have provided after the Pennsylvania-based law firm Pepper Hamilton conducted an investigation into how the university handled sexual assault. Regents told The Wall Street Journal in October that they were aware of 17 women who reported sexual or domestic assaults involving 19 players, including four alleged gang rapes, since 2011.

Tonya Lewis, the Baylor spokeswoman, declined to respond to specific questions about Baylor’s knowledge of the prior sexual assault alleged in the suit, the scope of the Pepper Hamilton investigation or whether the university stands by the numbers it originally provided.

Doe applied to Baylor, the world’s largest Baptist university, because of its Christian-centered approach to education. She enrolled in 2010, with the intention to pursue a degree in medicine, and in 2012, joined the Baylor Bruins, a group that hosts prospective athletes during visits, the suit states.

On April 18, 2013, according to the lawsuit, Doe attended a party at the home of former Baylor defensive end Shawn Oakman, who has since been charged with sexual assault in an unrelated incident.

Doe became intoxicated at the party and apparently returned home with Armstead and Chatman. When her roommate’s boyfriend arrived later that night, the suit says, he heard “what sounded like wrestling and a fist hitting someone,” a loud bang and a woman saying “no.”

When the boyfriend asked if everything was OK, one of the men inside yelled that Doe “was fine.” Armstead and Chatman then emerged from the room, and the boyfriend saw Doe partially unclothed on the floor. The woman had a bruise on her cheek and a bite mark on her neck, according to the suit.

Before police arrived, one of the woman’s teammates on the Baylor Bruin group to host prospective athletes came over and instructed Doe to tell police she had “consensual sex with one white male” to protect the athletes, the suit alleges. It cites a Title IX investigation into the incident, which later showed that Chatman had called the Bruin and given her the “assignment.”

Doe made a complaint to the Waco police department, records show, but according to the lawsuit and a report by ESPN, Baylor sat on the investigation for more than two years.

Armstead was found responsible for the rape and expelled last spring, the lawsuit says, although his dismissal was originally presented by the university as a violation of team rules.

Chatman transferred to Sam Houston State.

Lewis, the university spokeswoman, confirmed neither Armstead or Chatman are still enrolled at Baylor.

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Baylor definitely had a problem with its football team, as a timeline published by the Waco Tribune makes clear. Two football players — Sam Ukwuachu and Tevin Elliott — were convicted for sexual assaults that occurred in 2012 and 2013. In a May 2016 meeting with Baylor’s board of regents, Coach Art Briles reportedly broke down crying:

The scandal involved 17 Baylor University women who reported sexual or domestic assaults involving 19 football players, Baylor regents told the Wall Street Journal. Those reports, made between 2011 and 2015, included four alleged gang rapes. . . .

“There was a cultural issue there that was putting winning football games above everything else, including our values,” Regent J. Cary Gray said, as reported by the Wall Street Journal. . . .

The Wall Street Journal reported that Briles met with regents in Waco two days before his May 26 firing. Briles was asked what he would have done differently, and he began to weep, according to regents’ account in the story.

“He couldn’t speak he was so upset, and all of us were,” Gray said. “Art said, ‘I delegated down, and I know I shouldn’t have. And I had a system where I was the last to know, and I should have been the first to know.’ ”

In May, the board released a “findings of fact” document, reporting a “fundamental failure” in Baylor’s Title IX implementation and a football program operating “above the rules.”

So, it would appear, Baylor admits that its football players committed numerous sexual assaults during Briles’ tenure as head coach. And we have clear evidence — the names have been named — that it was Black football players who were accused of these crimes.

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Source: Dallas Morning News, The Other McCain, and National Vanguard correspondents

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Thomas Plaster
Thomas Plaster

Excuse me. What White man cares what happens to these White women who got to parties and return to residences with these negro animals? Who??? These White women chose to go there with these negro males, most often coming from ‘da hood’. What in hell do they think these zoo animals would do to them? They knew exactly what these negro males are like. No sympathy for White women who cavort with negro males. None. Nada. Zilch. Save your sympathy for Whites who try to avoid negroes but suffer some kind of violence from them anyway due to unforeseen circumstances. Yes, pen the article but do not make it about “how horrible this happened to these White women”. Make the article about this is what happens when you don’t follow… Read more »

Kevin Alfred Strom
Kevin Alfred Strom

The posting of this information from various sources is to inform readers about the culture of selling sex with White women at Baylor University in order to promote their “athletic program,” a culture and attitude that I feel sure is not restricted to Baylor. Your premise is sound, but I also can’t help but suspect that most of these young women would act very differently if they had not grown up in a society ruled by Jewish values — a society in which the most dishonorable, morally degenerate, and money-grubbing, mercenary Whites are given great wealth and high positions.

Thomas Plaster
Thomas Plaster

Good point Kevin about how they would have acted in a Gentile (in every sense of the word) nation.

But still, I would say they made their choice. They are in their early twenties. Typically, they are. I would save my sympathy for the unfortunate White girl and her younger brother who are truly victims; forced to go to pubic schools and share public places with negroes, who are the subject of the most recent entry in Essays as of the moment of this post.

https://nationalvanguard.org/2017/08/you-white-bitch-the-real-face-of-hate/

Will Williams
Will Williams

T.P.: I would say they made their choice. — Yes, one reason Miss “Doe” chose Baylor is because it is “the world’s largest Baptist university, because of its Christian-centered approach to education.” So she and her parents figured Jesus would protect her from the campus beasts. Any White who hasn’t ceased “enjoying” interracial sports by now is not a serious, racially conscious person. Without the support of White sports fans’ dollars the entire grotesque circus would wither on the vine and collapse. Withdrawing one’s consent to be a sports fan(atic) should be a personal choice that is not difficult at all to make — look for a new, more worthwhile interest, like becoming an Alliance supporter and working for your race instead of against it. That sets a proper example… Read more »

Thomas Plaster
Thomas Plaster

Will Williams: “Yes, one reason Miss “Doe” chose Baylor is because it is “the world’s largest Baptist university, because of its Christian-centered approach to education.” So she and her parents figured Jesus would protect her from the campus beasts.” ========================== Yes, I agree all of that is true, but those White females had to have realized that parties or social interactions with negroes from the hood were not exactly going to be bible school meetings. That had, must, should have registered on their brains. I cannot believe they went to these innocently. The football coach mentioned in the article himself said to a prospect that the (Baptist college) Baylor had many White girls who loved football players. I am certain that did not mean that the girls were there, or… Read more »

ZachP
ZachP

“Any White who hasn’t ceased “enjoying” interracial sports by now is not a serious, racially conscious person. Without the support of White sports fans’ dollars the entire grotesque circus would wither on the vine and collapse.”

Absolutely. The same goes for non-White music (style and/or artist) and Hollywood in its entirety. We have the power to drain the life right out of professional sports with its black hero worship for White kids and jewish Hollywood tomorrow…if we wanted to. I think it’s crucial to share with Whites why it’s so important that we not support either of these industries.

Anthony Collins
Anthony Collins

“Your premise is sound, but I also can’t help but suspect that most of these young women would act very differently if they had not grown up in a society ruled by Jewish values — a society in which the most dishonorable, morally degenerate, and money-grubbing, mercenary Whites are given great wealth and high positions.” William Pierce made much the same point in his ADV program, “The Importance of Leadership”: “The 15-year-old, slack-jawed White boy encountered on a Philadelphia sidewalk who wears a backward baseball cap and baggy trousers and collects basketball cards with pictures of Black players could have turned out to be a decent White teenager instead, with pride of race and aspirations to be a policeman or a soldier or a craftsman: perhaps not a brilliant member… Read more »

Will Williams
Will Williams

KAS: I also can’t help but suspect that most of these young women would act very differently if they had not grown up in a society ruled by Jewish values… — That’s right, Kevin. In healthier times with stronger social controls it was implicit that a White girls would never have sex with a Negro, much less marry and bear a mongrel child with it. The shame and resultant shunning would have been unbearable for her. My favorite line from this 100+ year-old poem from the Honorable Oliver Allstrom, says it all: “A carnivorous bug has crept into her brain…” — “The Saddest Story Ever Told” When a white girl marries a negro, her sun of life goes down. And glaring spots of sin appear on her white wedding gown.… Read more »

B. Smith
B. Smith

Hey, blame a white man?
Weeping and pretending you didn’t know when you got fired?
No criminal convictions? No prison time? Nothing?

What would Conan the Cimmerian do I wonder – to the rapists and their enablers? Conan’s action would be instructive, and more constructive too, I think.

Sethmoto101
Sethmoto101
Thomas Plaster
Thomas Plaster

Also, a little off topic, but to show google’s LEFTIST bias, type “black college athlete rape” and see how few hits, especially first page, talk about the negro athlete raping. It is some obscure story an extreme exception of White on black sex assault. Or how a black is punished more than a White.

Over it
Over it

I’m with you on this whole thing. What upsets me most is what’s essentially an academic prostitution ring that Baylor football is running and how they view White women in particular as nothing but commodities. Yes, the two negroes in question must be legally prosecuted, but with regard to Elizabeth Doe, I cannot feel sorry for her. What happened is a tragedy, but entirely of her own making. There once was a time when she and her negroid lovers would be taken to the highest clifftop and thrown off for what they did. No discussion. At this point, her mind is gone, too brainwashed with far too many multicultural media images stuffed into it for her entire young life. Even after being raped, she most likely won’t lose her affinity… Read more »

Thomas Plaster
Thomas Plaster

Over it: Good points. Parents of that girl would have disowned her ass, PDQ. No other Whites would associate with her as well. And no White man would want her. Once she goes black, White men don’t take her back. Well, maybe some would be even they are disgruntled if/when they find that out.

Concerning search engines, I’d like to retaliate in my own small degree against Google for their recent actions against one of their employees and the White Nationalist movement. What would you recommend for search engine? Thanks for any response.

Over it
Over it

Thomas:
There are other search engines out there. God only knows if they’re just Goolag by another name, but at least I’m not consciously supporting them. I know a lot of people use Bing.com. I’ve used DuckDuckGo.com for over five years. I even stopped saying, “Just Google it” years ago because it helps reinforce the false idea in people’s minds that Goolag is the only search engine out there, while strengthening their brand at the same time. I don’t want to train people to use Goolag. I just say, “Do an internet search for…”.

Thomas Plaster
Thomas Plaster

Thanks, Over it. Appreciate the advice. I’m going to train myself to do what you are doing; use some other engine and never mention the name Google.

John Coffee
John Coffee

I cant even read the article. Ive always said the football coaches would sell their own daughter for a win. They are true scum and should be tried for rape and murder.

Thomas Plaster
Thomas Plaster

Also, let’s not forget that the President of Baylor, when this happened and was dismissed or forced to resign for it, was none other than Ken Starr. Maybe it was just me, but I always thought Ken Starr was some kind of Mr. Conservative/political Right; Reagan judge nomination, solicitor in Bush I administration. Not to forget the spec. prosc. against Clinton. He just sat there and did nothing while this was happening at Baylor. He didn’t care one bit, even when hearing the slightest wiff of rumor. He could have sent some (trustworthy) White female undercover to that football team and report back what was going on, on and off the field. Just goes to show, you really can’t trust someone despite their past actions. Starr is married to a… Read more »

Robert Ferrara
Robert Ferrara

I remember too, the Promise keepers and that typical kike loving wanker McCartney, who for all purposes, pimped out his White Daughter to kaffirs, so he too, could get the best wogs to play on his team. I understand he now has two little half-kaffirs for grandchildren. Bastard.

Scott L
Scott L

Baylor my foot. This goes on at all colleges with a sports presence. Wether it’s coeds or prostitutes, the colleges provide this as a “hook” for sports stars, especially blacks. Same goes for pro sports leagues, casinos, Las Vegas, Macao etc.