However, I don’t think it is fair to assume that every person accused of raping someone is guilty.
What if Gambill wasn’t actually raped, and she really is harassing her ex-boyfriend?
Gambill claims that since she hasn’t named her alleged rapist, she hasn’t done anything wrong.
However, if these people were in a relationship then I’m sure that all of their friends and acquaintances knew about it.
Simply naming him as her “ex-boyfriend” has probably identified this boy to at least a hundred people.
In this case, she really could be harassing him and interfering drastically with his life by claiming that he raped her.
I don’t pretend to know the truth in this story. I don’t really know if Gambill’s ex-boyfriend raped her or not.
However, I would like to remind all of my fellow students that there are two sides to every story, and it is unfair to pass judgment on a situation until both of these sides have been heard.
Carly Collins ’15