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Topic - Merlyn Shiverdecker
Shiverdecker said the university had rushed to judgment but said Wells appreciated that the prosecutor's office gave him "the only forum where he could get his good name back ....
"I think it's a shame that that's the position that they have adopted," said Wells' attorney, Merlyn Shiverdecker. "The hearing was fundamentally unfair. ... The decision was wrong."