Dharun Ravi has issued an apology in which he failed to actually apologize for anything, but maybe we need to look at the big picture and the scary numbers now, instead.
Dharun Ravi will get 30 days in prison, 300 hours of community service, three years’ probation, court-ordered counseling, and $10,000 to be paid to an organization that helps victims of hate crimes.
In a 2-hour interview, Dharun Ravi insists his actions don’t reflect bias intimidation, and I wonder to what degree his actions towards Tyler are a reflection of a college culture that invades women’s sexual privacy on the reg.
Dharun Ravi was found guilty on 15 different counts in a New Jersey court today, including being guilty of committing a hate crime against Tyler Clementi but not against his sexual partner, M.B..
Dharun Ravi wants all charges against him dismissed — and the papers filed in his defense offer new insights into what happened to Tyler Clementi.
Dharun Ravi, the roommate of Tyler Clementi, the Rutgers student who committed suicide last September, has been indicted on 15 counts and if convicted, will serve 5-10 years.
Two more gay teens commit suicide this week: an 18-year-old college freshman jumps off a bridge after finding his roommate secretly recording and transmitting his sexual encounters over the internet and 13-year-old gay-bullying victim Seth Walsh is taken off life support 9 days after he hanged himself.