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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Corlie Mccormick Jr.
A lawyer for a Maryland college is asking a judge to dismiss a lawsuit brought by a man attacked on campus by a baseball bat-wielding student, saying it wasn't the school's responsibility to protect him.
"It is well-established in Maryland that student-initiated assaults on state university campuses, like the occurrence described in the complaint, are not foreseeable, and thus, no duty to protect the injured party can be imposed," wrote the lawyer, Corlie McCormick Jr. of Maryland's Office of the Attorney General.