Anyone posting a threat especially against a law enforcement officer or politician will be banned
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Recently a Duke volleyball player claimed racial slurs were directed at her in a match with BYU. Forget the fact that no one one in the building heard this, the fan was rejected and banned for life. Banned before there was any verifiable proof.

Well a investigation was done and here's the results.

According to BYU, there is zero evidence to back up the claims and the university dropped its ban on the fan on Friday.

 “We reviewed all available video and audio recordings, including security footage and raw footage from all camera angles taken by BYUtv of the match, with broadcasting audio removed (to ensure that the noise from the stands could be heard more clearly). We also reached out to more than 50 individuals who attended the event: Duke athletic department personnel and student-athletes, BYU athletic department personnel and student-athletes, event security and management and fans who were in the arena that evening, including many of the fans in the on-court student section.” BYU said in a statement on Friday. 


'As a result of our investigation, we have lifted the ban on the fan who was identified as having uttered racial slurs during the match. We have not found any evidence that that individual engaged in such an activity. BYU sincerely apologizes to that fan for any hardship the ban has caused. "

The ban was lifted.


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