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.
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.
Another host/shoot/edit episode of That’s My Farm airing Friday Feb 5 on Fox affils across KS.
Just a quick note to say “good job” on the feature. I thought it was very good…well made and informative (I actually learned a few things from what Shep said, as well!). I hope a lot of people will get to see it. Let us know if there is any way we can be of assistance down the road.”
Am currently working on several segments for That’s My Farm which airs on 3 Fox affils in Kansas Friday mornings. The first of which should air in January, 2016.
Yes folks, there is actually a re-surging cotton business in western and west-central Kansas. Water is one of the main reasons. They harvest until February and YES…it’s the OLD Final Cut Pro pulling the weight here!!!
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.