Shortly after the survey was made available to the campus, one of the grievant’s in the original complaint against Professor Messer posted this message on Facebook and on other social media sites. From other e-mail exchanges I’ve seen, I believe that a number of individuals sympathetic to the claims expressed in this e-mail were upset and coordinated their efforts to have the survey discredited and withdrawn. The Title IX Coordinator, an administrator who had a responsibility to objectively investigate this matter, took an active part in collecting and coordinating the negative reactions to the survey and providing them to senior administrators to support punitive actions. It seems that if a breach of confidentiality were a violation of college policy, this public posting on Facebook would be such a violation. By claiming that all of the of the scenarios were about recent events in the Berea College Psychology Department, many individuals were falsely assumed to have been directly involved in activities that occurred long ago or at other colleges and universities. Only about half of the scenarios had any direct relationship to the recent Title IX proceedings and many of the survey scenarios obscured the actors’ identities by changing gender or race.