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“Dear Dharun, It has been a pleasure watching you grow into a caring and responsible person,” the announcement said. His father, Ravi Pazhani, a slight man with metal-frame glasses, sat behind him.

We know that you will succeed.” One day this fall, Ravi was in a courthouse in New Brunswick, fifteen miles to the north, awaiting a pre-trial hearing.

In fact, there was no posting, no observed sex, and no closet.

But last spring, shortly before Molly Wei made a deal with prosecutors, Ravi was indicted on charges of invasion of privacy (sex crimes), bias intimidation (hate crimes), witness tampering, and evidence tampering.

Ravi is not charged in connection with Clementi’s death, but he faces a possible sentence of ten years in jail.

As he sat in the courtroom, his chin propped awkwardly on his fist, his predicament could be seen either as a state’s admirably muscular response to the abusive treatment of a vulnerable young man or as an attempt to criminalize teen-age odiousness by using statutes aimed at people more easily recognizable as hate-mongers and perverts.

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Late that night, according to instant-message communications released by attorneys into the public record, Ravi Googled “keybowvio.” This set in motion a remote, electronic dynamic between the two students that was never quite overtaken by real-world engagement—even after they moved into a tiny room together. Ravi mocked his roommate for “asking if he should boot linux everytime he surfs internet.” Just before midnight, Ravi wrote to Tam: “ / He’s gay.” He had found Keybowvio’s name on Justusboys, a gay-pornography site that also has discussion areas.

Ravi had made four court appearances since his indictment.

That morning’s hearing was intended to set a trial date, and to consider motions previously submitted by Steven Altman, Ravi’s lawyer.

Judge Glenn Berman announced that he was denying the defense’s request to see various documents in the possession of the state, including a handwritten document—conceivably, a suicide note—found among Clementi’s things at Rutgers. Ravi was visibly anxious when the judge addressed him.

Then, over the objections of Julia Mc Clure, an attorney in the Middlesex County prosecutor’s office, Berman confirmed an earlier ruling: the defense should privately be given the full name of Clementi’s romantic partner on the night of the alleged offenses. Last May, Berman reminded him, he had rejected a plea offer made by Mc Clure. “But if you are found guilty, the exposure”—the sentencing potential—“is significant.” For the charge of bias intimidation alone, the judge would be expected to sentence Ravi to between five and ten years. The Clementis waited for Ravi and his father to leave, then walked out, hand in hand.

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