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    Anderson survivor adamant about meeting with UM president, regents

    In almost three days of continuous protest outside the home of the University of Michigan’s president, a survivor of the school’s sports doctor’s alleged sexual abuse said the only personnel who spoke to him were members of the president’s security detail. 

    “You could have come out and introduced yourself to me, as I’m sitting in front of where you go to sleep and wake up every day” said Jon Vaughn, 51, who played football for UM in the 1989 and 1990 seasons. “It’s very odd to me.” 

    Vaughn, who is one of the few men accusing Anderson who has revealed his identity and among the most vocal, began picketing outside UM President Mark Schlissel’s residence Friday night, and said he would not leave until Schlissel and the Board of Regents hold a meeting with him and others who have made allegations of long-term sexual assault against Dr. Robert Anderson. 

    “I’m not John Doe, I’m Jon Vaughn, and I’m no threat,” said Vaughn. “I just want to sit across the table and hear from you directly, not through false apologies. And so do the other survivors.”

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