UT Arlington Student Commits Suicide After SJW Administrators Heather Snow & Daniel Moore Railroad Him

I’m still taking it easy until my new wife (sadly) has to head back to the UK for awhile on Thursday, but this story got me pretty enraged. As I’ve said before, most stuff just rolls off my back, but every once in awhile you see something that’s truly appalling. Having been intimately involved with SJW injustice on campus, the story Ashe Schow put out today really hit home. Thankfully, I didn’t give a fuck about the strike they unjustly put on my disciplinary record back in the day, but it cost young Thomas Klocke his life.

The post itself is pretty long, so I’m just gonna excerpt bits and pieces. It’s well worth your time to read the whole thing, though, no matter how tough that may be…

A male student who was accused of sexual harassment committed suicide just days after the University of Texas at Arlington ignored its own policies in order to punish him. The accused student’s father, a lawyer acting as the administrator of his son’s estate, is now suing (link to full lawsuit) the school for violating his son’s Title IX rights…

Klocke vehemently denied the accusation, and administrators who investigated the incident acknowledged there was no evidence to support the accuser’s claims, yet Klocke was still punished.

This kid was completely railroaded. At least they gave me some bogus hearing, but Mr. Klocke was not even afforded one of those. Not only that, one of the administrators who helped screw him over, Dean of Students at the University of Texas Arlington, Heather Snow, helped write the complaint against him (while also being involved in the adjudication of said complaint) and used every underhanded trick in the book in order to mess up his future prospects.

But before we get to that, the accuser himself, Nicholas Matthew Watson, said this is what happened…

The accusing student, who is being sued by Klocke’s father for defamation, claims that in May 2016, Klocke made a comment during a class about “privilege,” and then proceeded to open his laptop and type “gays should die” into his web browser’s search bar. The accuser (who is not being named because Watchdog was unable to contact him for comment) claims he typed into his own browser search bar, “I’m gay.”

The accuser next claimed that Klocke feigned a yawn and said under his breath: “Well, then you’re a f****t.” The accuser says he told Klocke he should leave the class, to which Klocke allegedly responded: “You should consider killing yourself.”

The accuser claims he was made so uncomfortable by the exchange that he waited until the end of class and spoke to the professor, who allegedly told him to contact student support services. There is no documentation to suggest the professor was interviewed in the course of the investigation in order to corroborate the accuser’s claims. The attorney for Klocke’s father, Kenneth Chaiken, told Watchdog the professor never provided a witness statement, suggesting he was never asked what he saw that day.

That is is direct opposition to what Klocke said went down…

Notes from [Daniel] Moore’s [the other official who was involved in this travesty of justice] meeting with Klocke indicate the accused student said he didn’t know the name of his accuser prior to the incident, and wondered how the accuser knew his name. Klocke also told his side of the story, claiming his accuser sat next to him that day in class and called Klocke beautiful. Klocke said he typed into his browser “Stop – I’m straight,” to which his accuser replied: “I’m gay.”

Klocke further said his accuser kept glancing at him, so he asked him to “stop.” He denied faking a yawn and said he was the one to ask his accuser to leave. His accuser began typing on his phone and laughing, which Klocke found distracting, so he moved across the room about 30 to 45 minutes into class. Klocke denied typing any slurs into his web browser.

Despite learning that Klocke may have been the victim of sexual harassment, no investigation was conducted and Klocke was not told he should file a report.

There are numerous points along the way where UT Arlington violates their own stated policies. In fact, there’s so many examples that I don’t think I could accurately portray that aspect without just reprinting Ms. Schow’s column in full. As I said, you have to read it all to get the full flavor. But this part really stands out. Even after Daniel Moore (UT Arlington “academic integrity” thug) and Heather Snow met and concluded there was no evidence to support Watson’s claim, they still found against Klocke and pretty much ruined his life.

On May 24, 2016, Moore and Snow discussed the case. Snow asked if Klocke acknowledged the behavior he was accused of, to which Moore replied: “not at all.” He told Snow the students had completely different accounts of the incident in question, but did not tell Snow what Klocke’s story was.

Moore also told Snow he didn’t have enough evidence to keep Klocke out of class. Snow agreed, saying “there isn’t enough to go off of” and said Klocke should be allowed back in the class with a mutual no-contact order with his accuser. Instead, Moore said he would look for another way to keep Klocke out of the class, and Snow told him to see if the class would be offered later in the summer. This, the lawsuit states, effectively confirmed “that Thomas not only should remain excluded from the classroom, but that he should be excluded from the Course altogether, despite the fact there was not enough to go off of, to keep Thomas out of the classroom.”

Moore reported back to Snowe that he “worked it out” to keep Klocke out of the class. Snow said it seemed like a “good resolution.”…

Chaiken, the filing attorney, told Watchdog that someone informed Klocke that this disciplinary record could keep him out of grad school, which Klocke had planned to attend after graduation in the summer.

Just days after Klocke was punished, he took his own life. Had Snow and Moore followed proper UTA policy, Klocke might never have been punished in the first place, as he would have been allowed a hearing to present evidence in his defense.

Just a despicable tale all the way around. Both the administrators should lose their jobs, their future in their fields, and a lot of money. The University of Texas system should be forced to pay millions over this unbelievable failure of protocol. But not only that, SJW ideologues should be rooted out of their constituent institutions so that this never happens again.

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  • Renaissance_nerd

    Destroy them, it’s time to stop being nice to SJW who ruin peoples lives over nothing.

    • it’s time to stop being nice to SJWs who ruin peoples lives over nothing.

      That should’ve been the approach right from the start. But unfortunately there’s simply too many Moderate moralfags who sit on the fence and decry “WE DON’T WANT TO BE LIKE SJWS!”, completely oblivious to the fact that we are the ones defending and SJWs are the ones attacking.

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      • Silence Dogood

        Fight fire with Napalm and Arsenic I always say.

      • Arf x 3

        Those moderates are cowards. I have my moral limits such as leaving family members out if it (a rule that even street gangs & some organized crime groups follow), but as far as the perpetrator is concerned: Do whatever you feel is necessary. SJWs will behave themselves when scared shitless.

        • Not only are Moderates cowards, they are also the ones responsible for indirectly perpetuating the ideology and behaviour of SJWs and feminists.

          For example, when an SJW does something shitty and the anti-SJWs attack back, there’s always some Moderate around the corner decrying “STOP ACTING LIKE SJWS, WE ARE BETTER THAN THIS!”. They basically want anti-SJW hardliners to stop attacking for the “moral” reasons.

          So let’s say we all take the Moderate’s advice, get on our high horses and stop attacking SJWs whenever they do something shitty. We leave them alone to carry on doing their shitty things, which will spread and the normies will see it as acceptable behaviour because no-one is speaking out against it.

          Therefore, what does being a Moderate actually achieve? Absolutely nothing whatsoever.

        • ExiledV2

          SJWs will behave themselves when scared shitless.

          Unless you encounter one that doesn’t scare.
          And before you say they all do, I’ve encountered plenty of SJWs (and non-SJWs) that don’t scare.

          • Arf x 3

            A handful of exceptions doesn’t change the rule. Generally speaking, they are cowards. Sorry, I just can’t imagine some goony beard man with the upper body strength of an Asian chick going toe to toe with a Hammerskin or Vinlander who lifts & does MMA. Anyone who has observed Antifa & the behavior knows this (and yes, I know some who are actually dangerous but they are exceptions). There’s a reason the vast majority of Antifa no longer fights WP Skins in the streets like they did back in 90s. Getting that ass beat get old real quick.

          • ExiledV2

            There’s a reason the vast majority of Antifa no longer fights WP Skins
            in the streets like they did back in 90s. Getting that ass beat get old
            real quick.

            *raises a brow* It was my personal experience in both the 1980s and the 1990s that the skins got their ass beat every time. It’s also my experience that antifa got a lot smarter than just doing street brawls, leaving that for the black brigades, and instead worked to become establishment, which gave them more power against the skins. Work smarter, not harder, and all that.

          • Arf x 3

            In the 90s, Antifas and SHARPs would give the WPs a run for their money. Many of the Antifascists were of a different breed back then. Many struck me as idealistic & well meaning and even honorable. Some were also ex-Skins, so that “code” was still with them. Today, Antifa are controlled opposition degenerates and since the late 90s/early 2Ks are a joke when it comes to getting down in the streets against an evenly matched enemy. They’re only dangerous to housewives with Trump hats. I’ve seen them up close & personal. It’s like a freakshow. They stink too. The only people I really respect from “that side” are some left-wing and left-leaning Skin crews from South Florida, Chicago and Southern California. They’re actually normal people & nowhere near as degenerate.

          • ExiledV2

            Gutter punks and anarchists usually tend not to bathe, yes. However, what about them makes them…degenerate? Physical attributes?

            They’re only dangerous to housewives with Trump hats.

            Ah, if only.

          • Celerity

            SJWs are weak, emotional creatures. Fear is an emotion. About the only time they’re not scared is when they’re so sheltered they don’t realize actions have consequences. Granted that happens a lot, but one benchpress of a fedorafuck will cure that quick.

      • Phasmatis75

        They’re the first ones that should be dealt with.

        • Advent2016

          I’m sure there’s a photo floating around out there of Heather Snow in her pink pussy FemiNazi hat with her banner declaring, “I’m a nasty girl.”

          Well, Heather, as far as I’m concerned you are a disgusting, vile bully.

          FIRE HEATHER SNOW AND AWARD A H-U-G-E JUDGMENT AGAINST UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS, ARLINGTON.

          Nicholas Matthew Watson, Heather Snow, University of Texas, Arlington – you all have blood on their hands.

    • StephaneDumas

      Yeah, I guess it’s time to update the “punch a nazi” for “punch a SJW who act like nazis”.

      And when I check that photo of Heather Snow, is it my imagination but she looks like if she was possesed or something?

    • Advent2016

      SJW are nothing more than terrorists and bullies.

    • Stad1212

      Completely agree. Daniel Moore should be fired. Meth-teeth Heather Snow should also lose her job and since she secretly colluded with Moore, will hopefully have to do some time in prison away from her cats and Phranc albums.

  • Donald Wheeler

    Well, she’s killed her Twitter. Looks like some people are less than happy with her …

  • Mr0303

    As far as I’m concerned the university administrators have blood on their hands. The father probably feels like shit, but this will motivate him to destroy the monsters who did this.

  • Jason Eastwood

    Killing yourself over a disciplinary is an extreme reaction no matter how you look at it. I suspect this poor kid had a lot going on that we don’t know about; clearly, nobody even noticed or tried to help him, they just strung him up like a poster child punching bag for “all the injustice of straight white male privilege”.

    Sadly, I can guarantee that none of them think that they did anything wrong and that they’re now the victims. I bet they’re still apologising to the accuser by his preferred pronouns for the inconvenience of not having Klocke kill himself sooner. Hope his dad hangs them all out to dry.

    • Arf x 3

      If I were going to kill myself for the same reasons as he, I would’ve murdered both of the administrators and those who falsely accused me.

    • @NakkiNyan

      “someone informed Klocke that this disciplinary record could keep him out of grad school”
      I can see why he did it.

      • Jason Eastwood

        A normal response to that situation is, “I don’t think a single false unproven accusation will make any difference, and even if it does I’ll cross that bridge when it comes.” It’s like your friend telling you that he heard your wife wanted to leave you. You wouldn’t just kill yourself right there on the spot.

        … unless you already felt like the world had beaten you down, and this was the final straw. At that point, I would’ve given up and said, “Fuck this world, I’m out” too. It was all entertainment for the SJW’s to torment someone who I would imagine is already having a pretty tough time with something else, only to push him over the edge. Poor kid. If only someone had been on his side for once.

        And everyone is surprised when the “quiet kid” shoots up his school because he was mercilessly bullied.

        • ExiledV2

          … unless you already felt like the world had beaten you down, and this
          was the final straw. At that point, I would’ve given up and said, “Fuck
          this world, I’m out” too

          I would hope you not be that weak.

    • stephmcg

      Having a daughter in college and listening to her stories on how stressed out some kids are to do well and to achieve….I can easily see how this happens. She knew someone who committed suicide last summer because all of his friends had job offers and he didn’t……

      Many times these kids are operating on minimal amounts of sleep,high anxiety and availability of booze certainly does not help matters.

  • BanPC

    Would be nice to see the dad sue the university out of existence.

  • ExiledV2

    So what we have is a he-said/he-said, with neither having witnesses or physical evidence to show the other is lying.

    While I can see the suit succeeding on the basis that Title IX procedures were not followed, I don’t see the charge of defamation against Nicholas Watson going anywhere. Defamation has a high bar of proof. Unless there is some testimony or physical evidence that shows Nicholas Watson definitively lied, it’s his word against Klocke’s word. And since Klocke offed himself, Watson’s word is going to win on that.

    Also, there is something odd going on here. Klocke’s father is saying “that someone informed Klocke that this disciplinary record could keep him out of grad school”. However, it is not named that Snow or Moore were the ones who told Klocke this. So Klocke believed what a rando said and then ate a gun (or whatever)? That doesn’t scan right. I wouldn’t believe something like that unless I had actual documentation from an official source that said so.

    Since all we really have right now is the (aggrieved) father’s version of events, I really want to see the filed court response by UTA that gives their version of things.

    • Phasmatis75

      No we have a he-said/he-said with one person who made it up and an administration that refused to pursue evidence to the contrary.

      • ExiledV2

        I’ve only seen one side so far. I decline to accept the grieving father’s version of events as absolute truth. I want to see the other side’s response, and then whatever evidence is put into the dock.

  • Maintenance Renegade

    Understand with the election results having swung so far against them that these people are only going to circle their wagons around their lib-arts universities even tighter and fight to retain an iron grip on them even harder. As one SJW so brazenly admitted “…it’s about making a home here!”

    There’s a reason these idiots interpret EVERYTHING through the lens of Harry Potter, to them academia is the source of legitimate power in society and culture and it stands in sharp contrast to a wider world they don’t understand very well and a more typical and grounded human experience that scares the living hell out of them.
    https://spottedtoad.wordpress.com/2017/02/06/getting-your-owl/

    • ExiledV2

      …you do realize that the purpose of modern academia is to prepare you for a modern career in today’s corporation and government, yes?

      • Maintenance Renegade

        That’s what they claim it’s purpose is but it’s pretty obvious that both the people pursuing/obtaining professorships over the last half century and the students attending these institutions at least so far as the lib arts and soft sciences departments go generally have a very different set of objectives in mind.

        Academia is not a means to a future career for them, it’s an end unto itself and steeped in a political fervor that’s downright religious in it’s tone and purpose in their lives.

        • ExiledV2

          Academia is not a means to a future career for them, it’s an end unto
          itself and steeped in a political fervor that’s downright religious in
          it’s tone and purpose in their lives.

          OK….I haven’t found that to be the case at all. What I have found is that today’s academia prepares you to accept the authorities and procedures that are part and parcel of being corporate or government. There’s really no difference between being a student and working in a VP’s division. The student handbook and corporate policies will be the same; the same jargon will be used, the same HR policies, and so on.

          • Maintenance Renegade

            Even if that’s the case I’m supposed to want to join and be a part of that world and paradigm why? Seriously why? What’s the appeal?

            I actually worked for a fortune 500 corporation once and made about 70k my best year. I was also so damned miserable I had to wear a plastic night guard because I was grinding my teeth to pieces in my sleep as a result of dealing with those procedures and authorities and worse yet with the people I was working with. Considering I can make a living without dealing with that shit why would I want to put up with it?

          • ExiledV2

            Even if that’s the case I’m supposed to want to join and be a part of that world and paradigm why? Seriously why? What’s the appeal?

            Because that’s how you become rich and powerful?
            Becuase that’s how you succeed in life?
            Because that’s how it works?
            It’s not about appeal. It’s just what you do. You do that or you become a low-rent, one of the future obsoletes with no power, little money,

            I actually worked for a fortune 500 corporation once and made about 70k my best year.

            Then I’d have to say you didn’t work smart enough or didn’t have enough ambition. There was no angle you could take to get promoted through management? Sabotage your boss and take his place?

            I was also so damned miserable I had to wear a plastic night guard because I was grinding my teeth to pieces in my sleep as a result of dealing with those procedures and authorities and worse yet with the people I was working with.

            If it becomes that much of a problem, they do have psychoactive medication for that sort of thing. Anti-depressants, anti-anxiety – hell, get you some speed or coke or something. Whatever you need to have the edge.

            Considering I can make a living without dealing with that shit why would I want to put up with it?

            Well. This is going to sound kind of harsh, but I don’t know any other way to say it.

            By deciding to opt out of the corporate/government “rat race”, you forfeit the right to make your own decisions. I mean, bluntly, the only reason you or I or Ralph is alive is because someone has decided to let us live. You have either not annoyed the powers-that-be enough or not come to their attention enough.

            And it’s like voting. If I don’t vote, at all, I lose my right to complain about who gets elected. If I don’t vote at all and whoever is elected decides to send a murder kick squad to cap my ass, then I don’t get to complain about it or appeal it or anything. I didn’t vote. You don’t participate, you don’t get a voice, a say.

            And it’s the same with corporations and government. If you do not participate in the power structure, you don’t get to complain about what the power structure does to you. If the CEO decides it’s more profitable to move a factory to Mexico, if that will increase shareholder value, then Joe Podunk on the factory floor doesn’t get to complain. He’s a worker, not management. He’s hands, not brains. A plebe, not a boss.

            As they used to say, “Money talks, bullshit walks, that’s how life goes.”

            So. That’s why. I can’t imagine any valid reason to forfeit power over my own life, to not be even a very minor player on the field of battle. I could never become a pawn, a serf, a nobody. That’s simply not my nature. I don’t understand people who accept it; to me it’s like people who commit suicide. I can only think it’s because of some tragic inherent weakness. *shrugs*

          • ExiledV2

            What the hell happened to the comment I put here?

          • Maintenance Renegade

            If I become rich and powerful will I finally be able to impress all the people I don’t like and whose opinions don’t matter to me? Will I finally be able to start surrounding myself with all the dumb kipple I don’t care about but that the advertisers tell me I’m supposed to want?

            Pursue your dreams whatever they are but they’re not my dreams, the last thing I want to do at this point is start using drugs again just so I can suffer through some dumb nonsense I don’t even care about. I’ll openly admit my entire life has been on big series of misadventures and that I’ve basically crapped out of the rat race but I’m not nearly so bothered by it as you seem to think I should be.

          • ExiledV2

            Considering I can make a living without dealing with that shit why would I want to put up with it?

            Well. This is going to sound kind of harsh, but I don’t know any other way to say it.

            By deciding to opt out of the corporate/government “rat race”, you forfeit the right to make your own decisions. I mean, bluntly, the only reason you or I or Ralph is alive is because someone has decided to let us live. You have either not annoyed the powers-that-be enough or not come to their attention enough.

            And it’s like voting. If I don’t vote, at all, I lose my right to complain about who gets elected. If I don’t vote at all and whoever is elected decides to send a murder kick squad to cap my ass, then I don’t get to complain about it or appeal it or anything. I didn’t vote. You don’t participate, you don’t get a voice, a say.

            And it’s the same with corporations and government. If you do not participate in the power structure, you don’t get to complain about what the power structure does to you. If the CEO decides it’s more profitable to move a factory to Mexico, if that will increase shareholder value, then Joe Podunk on the factory floor doesn’t get to complain. He’s a worker, not management. He’s hands, not brains. A plebe, not a boss.

            As they used to say, “Money talks, bullshit walks, that’s how life goes.”

            So. That’s why. I can’t imagine any valid reason to forfeit power over my own life, to not be even a very minor player on the field of battle. I could never become a pawn, a serf, a nobody. That’s simply not my nature. I don’t understand people who accept it; to me it’s like people who commit suicide. I can only think it’s because of some tragic inherent weakness. *shrugs*

          • Maintenance Renegade

            Oh I’ve definitely annoyed a few of them, I wish I had a few of the most egregious thinly veiled threats I’ve received directly to my face recorded. I’m also probably on a blacklist of some sort, most times you apply for a job and they don’t want you all you’re likely to hear is crickets but there’s a certain specific industry network of human resources departments out there that would always send me fuck off and die responses so I got the message pretty quick.

            Here’s the thing though. So long as I stay in the black financially and remain mobile while maintaining my social network then NOBODY owns my ass. It’ll be interesting to see how long I can keep the game going but if I can pull it off for another year or so I’ll be in a good position to simply ditch this country entirely and start over with a new career in another one.

  • Silence Dogood

    As a gay man let me just say, I wouldn’t have any hard feelings if that little fucker were dragged behind a truck along with those two SJW, power tripping assholes.

    • stephmcg

      Sadly these SJW are giving the gay community a bad rep..

      I personally think what they did was criminal and I would like to see them tried in a criminal court after the civil case.

  • @NakkiNyan

    Some bullshit that he was told would ruin his life plans, though likely untrue, could easily lead someone who fought to get reinstated to suicide.

  • Lost Question

    sometimes I wonder if the soc just types have days where they wake up and think about all the stuff they have done to pull the world back into some sort of tribal hellhole, the darkness they have facilitated, how much of a p.o.s. they are just hits them?

  • Reese Witheredpoon

    And this is how the LGBTQ community will eventually lose the support of mainstream society. Watson needs to be jailed. His family sued for every penny they have, and the school should be sued to the point that they must shut down. Also, Moore and Snow should be blacklisted not just from similar employment opportunities, but from society altogether. Horrible. Just horrible.

    • ExiledV2

      And here’s where reality intersects with desire. Let’s dissect this.

      Watson needs to be jailed

      For what crime? What actual criminal statute was violated? How do you prove, beyond all reasonable doubt, that the criminal statute was violated without witness testimony or physical evidence?

      His family sued for every penny they have

      What does Watson’s family have to do with this? How are they liable for his actions? How are you going to justify liability for Watson’s family in a civil suit, considering he’s above the age of 18 and therefore a legal adult.

      the school should be sued to the point that they must shut down

      The school IS being sued; that’s what the complaint that the grieving father has issued is. Likelihood is that, if won, the damages will not be sufficient to shut down a school, especially a public university that is being funded by the state.

      Also, Moore and Snow should be blacklisted not just from similar employment opportunities, but from society altogether.

      Blacklisting is not legal, sorry. And there’s no provision for public shunning ala Quakers or Amish.

      Here is another thing that must be considered carefully; do we take the father’s complaint as the complete and literal truth? Without hearing anything else? We must be careful not to fall into a “listen and believe” state simply due to moral outrage.

      • Reese Witheredpoon

        Screw you. You know I’m right.

        • ExiledV2

          It doesn’t matter if you’re right or not, is what I’m attempting to get across. It matters what is possible or not.

          • Reese Witheredpoon

            I know it’s not all possible, it’s just infuriating that a young man is dead because of some fancy-pantsed liar and a couple of administrators who abused their authority.

          • ExiledV2

            And that’s the thing – so far as we know, the authority was abused. What happens if the college files their response and they say “all procedures were followed, we refute the allegations of the plaintiff as having no merit, and here’s all the documentation about how the process was followed entered into evidence”? Having decided for the plaintiff already, that leaves us unable to backtrack or change our mind.

            That’s why, in any case where it’s one person’s word against another, I want to see both sides first.

  • Beazy

    I actually live in Arlington Tx, right next door to Dallas. The local media mentioned this once while making sure we see the United Airlines video 137 times a day, with and without commentary.