Yesha Callahan

Oklahoma’s SAE Plans on Suing University & President

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You’d think SAE would try to walk away quietly after being exposed in their viral n-word chant video. But the fraternity says it may sue the university and the university’s president.

According to News Channel 4, the SAE has hired a high-profile attorney to represent them. The fraternity is upset that its house was shut down and its members branded as racists.

Stephen Jones, the attorney for the fraternity, says the students have apologized for the chant but feels they’re now being exploited.

Jones also feels it’s not fair that the members have been called racists.

Jones was hired after an emergency meeting was held between SAE and its alumni members.

Image Credits:News Channel 4/AOL

  1. March 13, 2015 - Reply

    Oh…Kay.
    So, they’re THOSE types of racist morons!
    You know the type: He/She is racist and he/she feels like they are entitled to have their racist/xenophobic views and keep their livelihood afloat, because they are American citizens.

  2. March 13, 2015 - Reply

    So they gleefully chanted about lynching n words while fist bumping, and now they are crying because now everyone knows they are racist filth. Yet another example of how racism should be classified as a mental illness, because this goes past white entitlement and into delusional, sociopath territory. They refuse to admit how demonic they are.

  3. March 13, 2015 - Reply

    If it walks like a duck and talks like a duck, dang it…It is a duck. If you were worried about being a racist then you wouldn’t have said what you said. That fraternity is going to expose their bones, so let the lawsuit happen. We need to stop trying to scapegoat and excuse racist behaviors anyway.

  4. March 13, 2015 - Reply

    Let this be another lesson to black folk. We need to separate ourselves from the these people (if I can call them that). No more trying to integrate and/or march. No more making them rich with our skills and talents. That time is up. We either build and support a black economy or we continue to get shit on while the aggressors walk free. There’s no other choice.

  5. March 13, 2015 - Reply

    If SAE win this suit, all the brothers leering at women and grabbing their crouches need to start a Fundit page to have their reputations cleared of lechery.

    No one cares if SAEs mentored black kids or paid for children of color to go to the zoo. When they thought no one was looking, they showed what was really in their hearts.

  6. March 13, 2015 - Reply

    The SAE members who are suing should be ashamed of themselves. Many of their members have sang words with the N word and talked about lynching. That song was racist and the people on the video being called racists is an accurate depiction. These fraternity folks really believe that their privilege entitle them complete exoneration, which is abhorrent. I hope that their suit is unsuccessful. These sick racists deserve total punishment for their actions, which violate university rules and their actions are totally evil including repugnant.

  7. March 13, 2015 - Reply

    Really? They practice hatred and they want to sue? GTFOH

  8. March 13, 2015 - Reply

    They practice hatred and they want to sue? GTFOH

    • March 13, 2015 - Reply

      @Mary Burrell

      Preach Sister Mary Burrell.

  9. March 14, 2015 - Reply

    As disgraceful as what they did I think they should sue the University President for the way he handle this situation, as disgraceful as what they did they still should
    have a right to “free speech”.

  10. March 14, 2015 - Reply

    One of the things that makes me go Hmmm….. Is that the attorney they are hiring to represent the racist frat boys is the same one who defended the Oklahoma bomber. Just a thought i was having.

  11. March 14, 2015 - Reply

    I agree with the students lawyer they should not be tarred and feathered or suspended maybe counseling but not suspending I just like them deserve the protection of free speech under the constitution of the USA they did not hollow fire in a crowded theater. I think the UO President is over reaching for some other reason.

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