The women, who are unnamed in the suit and are referred to as Jane Doe 1 and Jane Doe 2, are from Riverton, Utah, and Fort Worth, Texas, claimed they and a third unidentified crew member were drugged by pilots Eric Johnson and Dan Watson in San Juan, Puerto Rico, in May 2018, according to court documents first reported by NJ.com.
The women, who had completed their shift on a flight from Washington, DC, to Puerto Rico, said they met Johnson and Watson on the beach and learned they were pilots after checking into the Intercontinental Hotel in San Juan.
Jane Doe 1 recalled having "flashes of memory" that included Johnson having sex with the unidentified crew member, and telling her, "thank you for making my fantasy come true," according to the lawsuit.
An intellectual rock star, Nicholas Christakis has taught at the University of Chicago, Harvard and, since 2013, Yale.
Christakis’s wife, Erika, who also taught at Yale back then, had circulated a memo in which she questioned a university edict against culturally insensitive Halloween costumes, suggesting that students could police themselves and should have both the freedom to err and the strength to cope with offense.
It’s an argument that we’re transcendently and inherently good — that we’re genetically wired for it, thanks to a process of natural selection that has favored people prone to constructive friendships, to cooperation, to teaching, to love.
From a man who had students refuse to shake his hand at graduation; who lost friends among Yale’s faculty; and whose wife, a respected expert in child development, was so thoroughly ostracized that she had to leave the university?