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Duke University / Lacrosse Scandal / College Athletes #825037

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Apr 06, 2006
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(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(Durham, North Carolina: Jason Carroll) The investigation into allegations of rape by members of the Duke University lacrosse team examined; scenes shown from a Durham, North Carolina, council meeting & from the campus; details given about the graphic e-mail from player Ryan McFadyen & the resignation of coach Mike Pressler†. [City manager Patrick BAKER†- outlines the handling of assault cases.] [NAACP Rev. Dr. William BARBER†- says we do not want a delay in justice.] [Duke president Richard BRODHEAD††- raises questions.] [McFadyen classmate Omari WALLACE†- talks about Ryan.] [Duke law professor Jim COLEMAN†- comments on the job of examining the culture of the lacrosse team.] [Student Catherine SANGER†- reacts.] The timetable for Duke's internal examinations discussed.

(Studio: Heidi Collins) Report introduced.

(Washington: Tom Foreman) The questions about perks & privileges for college student athletes examined; details given about the Rutgers University research findings on athletes & sexual violence. [Security on Campus Inc. Alison KISS†- talks about problems for women in reporting on high-profile athletes.] [Rutgers Sarah McMAHON†- comments on the lack of accountability & entitlement.]

Roberts, John;
Carroll, Jason;
Collins, Heidi;
Foreman, Tom

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