Kansas State University Students Sue Over Alleged Sexual Assault

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The two women suing Kansas State University after claiming the school ignored their allegations of being sexually assaulted are breaking their silence.

Sara Weckhorst and Tessa Farmer told ABC News in an exclusive interview that they went public with their names because they feel they’ve done nothing wrong.

“If this is what we have to do to make sure that this doesn’t happen to a single, one more person, if this is what it takes — then that is what we have to do,” Weckhorst told ABC News.wp-1461617909006.jpg

The women, both 21, filed separate suits against the school after they said university officials refused to investigate their reports of rape by fellow students ostensibly because the incidents had occurred off-campus.

Jim Doblin Field Produced

2020: To Catch a Fake

This is my small part in a much larger investigation into illegal, often out-dated and frequently phony prescription drugs sold from stores across the country that claim to be affiliated with Canadian Pharmacies, usually under the name “Canada Drugs.” They offer somewhat cheaper medication prices, but at what cost to the consumer:? That’s in part what this show was about.

ABC News 2020: To Catch a Fake- Segment 3

ABC News 2020: To Catch a Fake- Segment 3:

This is my small part in a much larger investigation into illegal, often out-dated and frequently phony prescription drugs sold from stores across the country that claim to be affiliated with Canadian Pharmacies, usually under the moniker of “Canada Drugs.” They offer somewhat cheaper medication prices, but at what cost to the consumer? That’s in part what this show was about.

For The Birds

summoning turkeys In 2007, I was out to feature Frank Reece’s efforts to preserve native turkeys for ABC news on the Good Shepard Turkey Farm near Lindsborg, KS. Reece is only one of a handful of farmers in the country who breed native or original varieties of turkeys without growth hormones or antibiotics. This year, I shot and edited  a bigger piece featuring Reece’s operation which  aired on November 21st on the regional TV show called “That’s My Farm.” Contrary to the Butterballs, these boisterous birds do fly (a bit) and are quite friendly most of the time.
Happy Thanksgiving…

Special thanks to Mark Bernstein who helped put this one together.