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University of Virginia / Sexual Assault #1083986

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Nov 23, 2014
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(Studio: Poppy Harlow) Interview held with “Rolling Stone” contributor Sabrina Rubin Erdely† about her article on the rape of a student named Jackie at a University of Virginia fraternity house. [ERDELY – says the school did absolutely nothing about Jackie’s case and the cases of 2 other girls; says fraternities are calling the shots where sexual assault is rampant; comments on rape victims being discouraged from reporting assaults.] Discussion continued with Erdely, legal analyst Joey Jackson†, and clinical and forensic psychologist Jeff Gardere† about this case. [JACKSON, GARDERE - comment on the legal aspects, reporting sexual assaults and the campus culture.] [ERDELY – describes Jackie’s emotional state now.]
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Harlow, Poppy
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00:08:20

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