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  • tangofruit52 Oct 4, 2012

    This 'woman' has a history of being dishonest, manipulative and downright evil. I know her, but know very little about him. I doubt anything that she has to say is true.

  • due_whats_right Oct 3, 2012

    I just want us all to understand that having a high paying job does not make us perfect. He is a human being first.....human beings don't always make the best decisions. Not condoning what he did, but stop putting wings on his back b/c he is an administrator! His job had nothing to do with his behavior, so keep them separate. There are crazy people in all professions who do crazy things. He is as just as imperfect as the rest of us!

  • PJM Oct 3, 2012

    Love the comment ChronStockton....
    ThatGuyYetAgain- I dont do meet and greets, if you want to schedule a session however, 100.00/20 minute session, 170.00/hour, New Patients 100.00 fee off top.

    Classic...:)

  • PJM Oct 3, 2012

    To ellengraham5660
    "typical...........what do you expect???

    I expected your ignorant comment! Bless your heart...! Stop throwing stones...or is it just your White hood is out of the cleaners today...

  • ChronStockton Oct 3, 2012

    ThatGuyYetAgain- I dont do meet and greets, if you want to schedule a session however, 100.00/20 minute session, 170.00/hour, New Patients 100.00 fee off top.

  • ThatGuyYetAgain Oct 3, 2012

    Hey Chron, have you always been smarter than everyone else or have you done something recently that impressed you with yourself even more so than you're usually impressed with yourself? I'm feeling left out since I don't even know how badly I've been intellectually punked and thus made your intellectual bytch. But I'm sure it's very, er, intellectual. Just like you!

    I've never been anyone's intellectual bytch before, at least not that I know of. Maybe we could meet for coffee?

  • diana123 Oct 3, 2012

    jeez, i wonder what it was about. definitely
    it was building up for awhile.

  • whereismychange Oct 3, 2012

    Wow..... It seems that everyone has forgotten Innocent until Proven Guilty, or maybe the judgemental posters on here like the motto Guilty until Proven Innocent.

  • storchheim Oct 3, 2012

    tabnumbers, Hansborough and her lover were both excoriated in the comments, as was the guy who allowed her to be hired and was excoriated too.

    You're the racist, and a liar.

  • ThatGuyYetAgain Oct 3, 2012

    Dollibug, did you bring enough of your medication to share?

  • ThatGuyYetAgain Oct 3, 2012

    Oh, how silly. Back in the day my dad was a college Dean, so I have firsthand knowledge that it was perfectly normal to slap women around leaving scratches and bruises. Everybody did it!

    Now my dad was the Dean of a particular school at his university, not Dean of the College University department - or was that the University College department? Oh well, I suppose this learned gentleman knows a lot about universities, or a lot about colleges, or both. How else do you get to be Dean of the Department of University College University Department sucking down six figures from taxpayers?

    But that's not important. What I want to know is: who are the evil racists who demanded two whole thousand bucks bail for such a trivial incident? And who is that uppity woman who dared to complain? She should be grateful to be slapped around by a credentialed, intellectual professional like Dean Ontario.

    And now the disclaimer for the really slow in the audience: this is satire. Look it up.

  • ChronStockton Oct 3, 2012

    Alright yall, if my posts get deleted then its only right that about oh, 40 of the other comments do to. Just because the people arent clever enough to form a witty quip/insult about something doesnt mean that their local yokel folksy racism can fly. Thanks.

  • ChronStockton Oct 3, 2012

    Keep my name out your mouth son--"thought criminal"

  • for_shame Oct 3, 2012

    Isn't domestic violence when the assault is between a couple? Married or dating? This article gives no indication that he is involved with the victim personally.
    I only looked at this story because of the ridiculous mugshot. That is some smirk!

  • SingleLensReflex.SLR Oct 3, 2012

    If Dean Wooden is found guilty I expect he will lose his job in addition to serving significant jail time. His position demands that he be set as an example, either way, for good or evil.

  • dollibug Oct 3, 2012

    Well, well, well....so it seems that some people in places can just make up0 their own rules and regulations and laws about *crimes*....interesting thing here is...laws are laws and should be the SAME for everyone....not so though....it is interesting just how different *laws are interpreted*....I guess no one reads and sees things the same way....what is so funny about this....attorneys and prosecutors do not even have the same opinions what laws mean....

  • Thought Criminal WS Oct 3, 2012

    "Whenever someone is arrested for alleged domestic violence, there is an automatic 48 hour mandatory jail hold. After the 48 hours bond will be set and if bond is posted the alleged aggressor will be allowed to leave jail."

    Ontario Wooden, dean of the University College department, was arrested Sunday and released on a $2,000 secured bond.

    Why hello there double standards....

  • Brogden Oct 3, 2012

    tab580642 - you must not have been on line when the Hansbrough comments were flying hot and heavy! I assure you, they were much more grafic than these!!!

  • issymayake Oct 3, 2012

    Give me his job, even though I'm white. - Obamacare has risen

    If the job comes open and you are qualified, by all means; please apply.

  • tab580642 Oct 3, 2012

    Some of these comments are just down-right ignorant and racists. The man has been ACCUSED of committing a crime. For all we know this could be a case of someone trying to get some money and/or someone trying to get this guy fired. We don't know what happened in that room. Let the investigation tell the story before so many of you-all jump to conclusions. I don't see these kinds of comments when we found out that Tyler Hansbouroughs mother and here boyfriend were accused of stealing from UNC and where were the questions about how she got her job and how well she did it??? There's this little concept in the law called Innocent Until Proven Guilty.

  • kikinc Oct 3, 2012

    Brogen-Maybe RaleighConservative was referring to the fact that NCCU is part of the UNC school system, along with the 15 other public universities in the state, including NCSU and ASU.

  • mfarmer1 Oct 3, 2012

    I guess he feels the need to beat up on a woman.

  • kermit60 Oct 3, 2012

    Is this what the education leaders put in place to run the system and educate our kids?

  • working hard Oct 3, 2012

    What a great example he is setting for the students of the university...he should be ashamed and so should the school!

  • tarheelwife Oct 3, 2012

    Innocent until proven guilty, folks.

  • Brogden Oct 3, 2012

    RaleighConservative - He is at NC-CENTRAL-U - Not UNC as you state. Obviously, you took reading at NC-MOO !!!!

  • ellengraham5660 Oct 3, 2012

    typical...........what do you expect???

  • OneLove Oct 3, 2012

    I dunno, pat7. You could try it!

  • pat7 Oct 3, 2012

    Do those glasses make me look smart

  • pat7 Oct 3, 2012

    He looks Smart with those glasses on

  • gingerlynn Oct 3, 2012

    Obamacare, you cannot possibly counsel these young students because you do not understand their experience (as McCrory is being accused of). And the N&O reports he assaulted a colleague. Maybe the colleague figured out he wasn't earning his keep.

  • MarvinsWife12 Oct 3, 2012

    Is this a personal matter or a personnel matter as WRAL notes? If personnel manner than he should definitely be fired if true. You should not assault and employee and get to keep your job.

  • andrewthomasregan Oct 3, 2012

    I don't understand how anyone could be charged with "assault on a female", what about equal protection under the law? This law sounds unconstitutional. Either way it is sexist against men, why aren't we afforded the same protection?

    Notice how you will never find any feminists when the laws or policies favor women.

  • gingerlynn Oct 3, 2012

    You are right on JoCo50
    Notice from the N&O salary website that he is paid $105k a year and is 33 years old! Most tenured faculty with PhD's at NCCU do not make that much...If I made that much money I would stay out of trouble!

  • Relic Oct 3, 2012

    Having been associated with NCCU in the past I am very disappointed in the recent scandals and arrests of Central staff. The legacy of NCCU deserves much better than this type of behavior.

  • ndadszucs Oct 3, 2012

    "ought to disclose who the purported victim is" -BobLoblaw

    As a former victim of assualt on a female (DV), no.

    Just, no.

  • mcorson2 Oct 3, 2012

    He looks real concerned in the pix huh? he could careless what he did. yep. he knows he will get his job back.

  • Phillip PJM Oct 3, 2012

    Let us not forget that in this country a person is innocent until proven guilty. Some of the comments made so far have this guy convicted, fired and forever unemployed.

  • RaleighConservative Oct 3, 2012

    He should immediately be retired at full pay for life just like the other charlatans at UNC.

  • LovemyPirates Oct 3, 2012

    What the heck?!

  • whatelseisnew Oct 3, 2012

    "sadly, gone are the days when one couldn't get a job w/ a conviction for assault on a female."

    I see, so if a person is convicted of assault on a female, pays whatever the proscribed penalty is, hopefully to include jail time, then that person should never be able to obtain a job. Apparently if the assaults are limited to male on male, then that is okay. I do agree that if this guy is convicted, then NCCU should sever his employment. If he has an employment contract, it should be stipulated that any criminal convictions other than things like traffic tickets or parking tickets, will result in termination.

  • JoCo50 at MXR Oct 3, 2012

    Read between the lines.

    He had a job doing nothing and he couldn't even handle that.

    Most posters are correct. He'll get a couple months paid vacation and then be back in his office ready to counsel the next young lady that needs some special guidance.

  • Obamacare has risen Oct 3, 2012

    That's my bet for this guy. He'll be back in a month.
    gingerlynn

    They'll put him in timeout and then tell him to be more careful next time.

  • Sherlock Oct 3, 2012

    You notice that he was not placed on leave! He will keep his job that is the way of this school.

  • Brogden Oct 3, 2012

    mfarmer1 - Nope - I think it will be paid leave, anger management training and then back to work after a nice Christmas vacation break! The football coach had to come back to work more quickly due to the start of the season.

  • Scubagirl Oct 3, 2012

    sadly, gone are the days when one couldn't get a job w/ a conviction for assault on a female.

  • royunc Oct 3, 2012

    Innocent until proven guilty. Anyone can make a claim against anyone else.

  • BobLoblaw Oct 3, 2012

    I particularly like the arrogant booking picture. Guess we will have to see what happens with the case. It's curious that there are scant details reported -- the case is a public record and ought to disclose who the purported victim is and what the allegations are.

  • gingerlynn Oct 3, 2012

    Let's see NCCU's football coach was arrested for assault on his wife and all he had to do was take an anger management to get his job back!

    That's my bet for this guy. He'll be back in a month.

  • Scubagirl Oct 3, 2012

    Nice job! NOT!!!

    If proven guilty of this he should be out of a job, NOT administrative leave, not out with pay, FIRED!!! No severance, no nothing, just GONE. There's plenty of folks w/ ethics, morals etc who need a job and won't assault a female.

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