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Michelle Manning Barish, Tanya Selvaratnam, and two other women who asked to remain anonymous, said Schneiderman repeatedly beat them and choked them.
The woman says she pulled away, at which point she says that he “slapped me across the face hard, twice.” “I was stunned,” she said. They don’t always think they like it, but then they do, and they ask for more.”Looking back, the woman said she wished she had reported the incident.
Schneiderman allegedly acted shocked when she wanted to leave. “Our top law officer, this guy with a platform for women’s rights, just smacked away so much of what I thought he stood for,” she told .
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Porter’s Challenging the Campus Right as Social Movement: Putting Targeted Attacks on Faculty and White Supremacist Organizing in Historical and Material Context Dana L. D., 1992, University of Iowa) is Professor and Director of Graduate Studies in the Department of Communication and Rhetorical Studies at Syracuse University.