Nov 052014
 
 November 5, 2014  Court, Youth & Schools

Chitra Marti reports:

The University has filed an opposition to the plaintiff’s motion to proceed anonymously in the mental health lawsuit filed last March.

The plaintiff, a student who currently uses the pseudonym W.P. in the lawsuit, filed with his lawsuit an application to proceed anonymously and protect his identity from public disclosure. The University’s motion argues that this would “severely prejudice Princeton and the named individual defendants, whom W.P. freely and repeatedly attacks here and in the media.”

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