I would be curious to know what the suspension of Southern University President Ralph Slaughter is really all about. Did Slaughter lie in wait for an opportunity to jump on Anderson, and use the allegations of sexual harassment to do it? Or, conversely, did the Board and the Governor (who appointed Anderson) improperly protect Anderson, virtually forcing Slaughter to stand up for the victims and the law? Or did the Board and the Governor, lying in wait for an excuse to get rid of Slaughter, jump on this thing to fulfill an unrelated agenda?
There was an LSU administrator once who had diverted money for minority scholarships to his white fraternity brothers, and got fired for it. My sources told me, though, that the authorities had known about the embezzlement for some time, but had been waiting to use it against him until they had someone they wanted to reward with his job.