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Rutgers professor files motion against conviction of sexually assaulting a disabled man

It is being reported on November 8, 2015 that the former head of the philosophy department at Rutgers-Newark University, Anna Stubblefield, has requested an acquittal or new trial after her conviction on October 2, 2015 for sexual assault.  “Stubblefield was convicted  . . . of two counts of first-degree aggravated sexual assault. The sexual acts occurred in her Newark office in 2011.”

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Rutgers professor convicted of forbidden love

It is being reported on October 2, 2015 that a Rutgers philosophy professor, Anna Stubblefield, was convicted of two counts of aggravated sexual assault in a New Jersey courtroom today.  She was found guilty of having sexual relations with a 34-year-old disabled man.

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Hired Cyberhacker attacks Rutgers University computer system again

Exfocus

It is being reported on September 28, 2015 that Rutgers University’s computer system was attacked again.  On Monday, the same hacker that has taken down their system at least four other times in the past year, did it again.  An unidentified person(s) who goes by the name Exfocus on Twitter has claimed responsibility for the Denial of Service attack that interrupted internet service for thousands of students.

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Hired Cyberhacker attacks Rutgers University computer system

Exfocus

It is being reported on August 23, 2015 that a cyberhacker who calls himself, Exfocus, has repeatedly attacked the computer infrastructure of Rutgers University.  The disruptions have taken down their website four times in the past year.  Exfocus has also taunted Rutgers on social media, saying, “I’m fairly certain I could run circles around all of you with my eyes closed, and one leg amputated.”

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