There is an article in the Chronicle of Higher Education (it’s paywalled, so I don’t link) about Summer Naqvi, a senior at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She tried to get a professor to change her grade to an A. When he refused, she accused him of sexual harassment.
An investigation ensued. Naqvi realized that evidence would prove that she’s lying. So she assaulted an ex-boyfriend, held him at knife-point, and demanded that he delete emails and online chats proving that she lied. She’s been charged with aggravated battery. The professor is still on administrative leave.
Because of Obama’s directives, it became extremely hard for such falsely accused professors or students to avoid persecution. De Vos is repealing the directives, so the professor still has a chance to lead a normal life after this. This is something really good she’s doing, and it’s only happening because Obama did something extremely wrong-headed.