If there was a credible accusation of abuse or harassment at the university level, the legal counsel at the state is obligated to carry out the full investigation. Just because a person resigns does not end an investigation unless there is no credible proof. Ending the investigation just because the accused resigns only further opens the university up to litigation. Investigations of sexual assault, abuse and harassment continue so as to gather as much discovery as possible.
If this was a credible case abuse or harassment the investigation would have legally continued. If it didn’t, there must not have been a credible reason for it to continue.
Investigations of this nature are also strictly confidential by order of law. You are claiming to have intimate knowledge of the investigation that is not legally reported. How would you have this type of information unless you are the actual person making the claim or Hadsell himself? I’m not seeing where there is any indication that there was more than one person who filed any sexual harassment claim?
I am aware of the study. It’s not law. That’s not evidence of sexual abuse. You cannot draw any line between the coach’s consensual relationships and that study as that study is not at all a letter of law.
You are continuing to make damaging accusations that you have no way of proving to be true. Your own admission is that you have done this numerous times and they were taken down. This shows a clear indication of malice on your part which would be another prong in a civil and criminal case.
IMO I would recommend he send a Cease and Desist as well as a Litigation Hold as detailed in VOOM HD Holdings LLC v. EchoStar Satellite L.L.C., 93 A.D.3d 33, 36 (1st Dep’t 2012)