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University of Virginia / Rape Case #1080874

CNN Evening News for Monday, Mar 23, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Charlottesville: Rosa Flores) The investigation into the University of Virginia rape case that had been reported in "Rolling Stone" magazine featured; details given about the alleged sex attack on a woman {"Jackie"} at a fraternity house in 2012. [Charlottesville police Chief Timothy LONGO@- says there is no evidence of a rape at a fraternity house.] [Jackie's friend Alex STOCK@- says the facts did not add up.] ["One Less" advocacy group president Ashley BROWN@- comments.] What the fraternity is saying about the damage caused by "Rolling Stone" discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Chief Longo & CNN's Sunny Hostin about the case. [LONGO - says an "event" may have occurred to Jackie; outlines the facts not meeting Jackie's story.] [In-studio, HOSTIN - comments on the case.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Flores, Rosa

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