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Monday, November 24, 1986
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UNL student says earlier incident prompted him to seek justice
REPORTS from Page 1
Mulford said the Nov. 6 incident did
occur, but his report of the knife attack
in the union and another attack filed
with the LPD were false. He said he
made up the two false reports because
he was trying to make sure the case
would be solved. He said he took it too
Mulford said when he made up the
attack he was experiencing anxiety
and depression. He said he had been to
a hospital and was on medication to
alleviate his stress.
He said he wanted to gain the atten
tion of the police and everyone else by
making up the attacks.
"Yes, I did thrive on the attention,"
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He said he was "cav-bashed" fat-
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rocks while he was living in Colorado,
but did not report the incidents to
police. He said he decided that this
time he wasn't going to let the incident
These were the same reasons for fil
ing a false report on Friday afternoon,
Mulford said he told officers from
the Lincoln Police Department that he
was walking near his house when "a
guy pushed me down, said faggot a
bunch of times," punched him several
times, took his wallet and tried to take
his pants off. Mulford said he told
police it was the same man who had
threatened him at his home the day
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Lt. Albert Maxey, LPD duty com
mander, said that as of last Wednesday
Mulford hasn't been ticketed for filing
false reports, but it is being considered.
Jedlicka said she is not sure why she
was ticketed by the UNL police because
she didn't know the report was false.
The night of the alleged attack in
the union, Jedlicka said, she followed a
man that matched Mulford's descrip
tion of the alleged attacker and then
told the UNL police. She said this could
be the reason she was cited.
UNL Cpl. Douglas Petersen said the
police reports on the incident are con
fidential and cannot be released yet.
Bell and Jedlicka both said they
didn't know the attacks were faked
until almost a week after they were
Although Jedlicka said neither she
nor Bell knew the incident was false, it
will affect the credibility of GLSA. Bell
said he was upset by the false reports
because it implied that he was involved.
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