Judge Rejects Suit Against Yeshiva U. by Abuse Victims
January 31, 2014

A federal judge has rejected a massive lawsuit against Yeshiva University by victims of sexual abuse at a high school run by the institution, The New York Times reported. The judge did not rule on the claims of the students, who said that university officials ignored complaints of abuse. Rather the judge said that the abuse took place decades ago -- from the 1960s through 1980s -- and that the statute of limitations has passed. The plaintiffs, who have vowed to appeal, argue that the statute of limitations shouldn't have applied because the university covered up the abuse. A statement from the university said that it was “gratified that the federal court recognized the validity of our arguments.” The statement added that "our thoughts and remorse remain with those affected and harmed.”

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