I hope the members of this fraternity (whose lives were ruined) end up owning the university.

Chuck Ross of the Daily Caller reported.

President Of Fraternity Falsely Accused Of Gang-Rape In Rolling Stone Article Shares Details Of Who Might Be Sued

The national president of Phi Kappa Psi, the fraternity whose University of Virginia chapter members were falsely accused of gang-rape by a student named Jackie, has shared new details on who may be sued now that local police have all but determined that she lied about the attack.

Jackie’s claims about the Sept. 28, 2012, gang rape appeared in a Nov. 19 Rolling Stone article written by Sabrina Rubin Erdely.

“As a national organization, we ask that Rolling Stone remove the story from its website,” Phi Kappa Psi’s national president Scott Noble told The Daily Caller on Monday. “A simple apology is not acceptable due to the reckless reporting with an intent to harm innocent students trying to receive…an education.”

Noble’s comments followed a statement released earlier Monday by UVA chapter president Stephen Scipione. He said that the chapter is “exploring its legal options to address the extensive damage caused by Rolling Stone.”

Noble added to that, telling TheDC that while the local chapter and its attorneys will determine what moves to make next, they are “now pursuing serious legal action toward Rolling Stone, the author and editor, and even Jackie.”