Deans Melissa D. Mischke and Arthur J. Cosgrove of the elite Phillips Exeter Academy in New Hampshire were almost arrested for failing to disclose a sex crime that occurred on their esteemed campus two years earlier.


acquistare vardenafil consegna rapida New Hampshire, like most states, made reporting of sexual assault allegations mandatory for all administrators and faculty at all schools. The very point was to avoid schools taking matters entirely into their own hands in terms of investigating these types of accusations on campus. Such as a school like Exeter, which not only has wealthy and powerful alumni and student families, but has more recently been exposed as having covered up numerous sex crimes by faculty members in the 60’s, 70’s, and 80’s. Cosgrove and Mischke were accused of failing to contact the Department of Health and Human Services after a 17-year-old student told them of being attacked in 2015 by 18-year-old Chukwudi Ikpeazu, of Parkland, Florida, in a school church basement.

go site Prosecutors eventually decided against charging Ikpeazu, but that doesn’t hindsight relieve the Deans of being compelled to report the incident immediately upon learning of the event. They did not. Instead, the decided to have the Campus Minister contact the female victim and suggest she reconcile with her alleged attacker and convince the attacker to seek forgiveness by baking the alleged victim bread.

click Warrants were written up for Mischke and Cosgrove’s arrest, but never executed. Such is the benefit of working for an extremely well-connected and influential boarding prep school in New England.