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Professors at Manhattan’s John Jay College sold drugs pimped out students: Cops

September 24, 2018  |  Posted by: Michael Falzarano
Professors at Manhattan’s John Jay College sold drugs pimped out students: Cops

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A group of veteran professors at a Manhattan college school renowned for training future crime-fighters ran a lawless den of depravity called “the swamp,” where they allegedly used and sold drugs, and “pimped” out and sexually preyed on students, according to two women at the center of a widening scandal at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice.

The shocking allegations are now under a criminal probe by the Manhattan District Attorney’s office and the state Inspector General, The New York Post has learned.

After the paper first revealed two weeks ago that formal sex-harassment complaints against four professors were being probed by the taxpayer-funded CUNY school, the two alleged victims decided to go public.

In exclusive, hours-long interviews with The Post, the accusers shared their formal complaints and described how the charismatic CUNY profs targeted them as vulnerable undergraduates and lured them into their pot-smoking circle of acolytes, only to sexually assault them and attempt to have them sexually service professors at other colleges — and worse.

Naomi Haber, 24, alleges Anthony Marcus, the former chair of the anthropology department, violently raped her when she was a 21-year-old sophomore after a boozy night out at an academic conference in Washington, D.C. in 2015.

Continue reading the rest of the report from the New York Post.

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