Ken Starr, Craig Vandewege, Trump: Your Thursday Evening Roundup

Here are some stories that you may have missed today.Ken Starr lifted suspension of a Baylor player who was later convicted of rapeFormer Baylor University president Ken Starr intervened to lift the academic suspension of a troubled football player who would later be convicted of rape, The Wall Street Journal reports. In 2011, defensive end Tevin Elliott was suspended for academic misconduct but was reinstated after Starr intervened on his behalf, the newspaper reported.Elliott was arrested for sexual assault the following year and is now serving 20 years in prison. He was the first Baylor football player to be accused to sexual assault in what would morph into a scandal at the Waco school.In-depth: Complete coverage of the Baylor sex assault scandal.  Continue reading...

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