UOG investigator takes witness stand in Ehlert case

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“In 12 years of students having parties at my place there has never been a report of an inappropriate event,” the UOG professor allegedly wrote in a report.

Guam – Trial continued today in the case of Michael Ehlert, the University of Guam professor accused of sexually assaulting three students while they attended a Halloween party at his residence in 2014.

In court, a UOG investigator took the witness stand to provide testimony on the investigation conducted into the sexual assault allegations. During the testimony, the witness read a written statement made by Ehlert in response to the allegations.

The statement recounted what allegedly occurred in the water at the beach located outside Ehlert’s residence.

“Now that I see the events in some context I believe that I understand them better and can perhaps explain how and why the accusations were made,” the investigator read. In the

In the statement Ehlert shares that he may have hit K.P. in sensitive places but he only remembers seeing one of the victims when he emerged from the water. The statement further notes that “perhaps the students interpreted the events as they did because of the sexually explicit nature of the games, confusing collisions as sexual assault.

“In 12 years of students having parties at my place there has never been a report of an inappropriate event,” the professor reportedly wrote.

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