Law & Order Special Victims Unit s14e20 Episode Script

Girl Dishonored

In the criminal justice system, sexually based offenses are considered especially heinous.
In New York City, the dedicated detectives who investigate these vicious felonies are members of an elite squad known as the Special Victims Unit.
These are their stories.
- You look nice.
- Aw, thanks.
Friday night date with Cassidy? Uh, yeah, sort of.
We're taking his mom out to an early bird dinner.
He'll make it up to me later.
His mom? You two getting serious? Well, I wouldn't say we're picking out china patterns, but you know, it's a nice fit.
- Good for you.
- Thanks.
- You up to anything? - Um, no.
Actually, tonight I'll be at home picking out china patterns.
I'm still refurnishing my cleaned-out apartment.
Besides, my neighborhood Friday night, bunch of college kids getting drunk.
Do you want to join Nu Iota Pi? Yes, I want to join Nu Iota Pi.
"Cat food.
" I can't.
Do you want to be an NIP, a nipple girl? Yes, I want to be a nipple girl.
You, lie down.
Now, eat.
Lindsay, do you want to be a nipple girl? Yes.
Lindsay We're supposed to be wearing green.
Well, I don't have anything green.
And I don't get why we have to-- - Hello? It's a traffic light party.
Red means that you're taken, yellow is maybe, and green is DTF.
- A white blouse? - Hey, she needs a sticker.
Oh, much better.
And you need a drink.
You're 21, right? Just nod yes.
Go get Travis.
He looks busy.
Do you want to pledge or not? Look, I had to do the same thing.
Carter! You ladies need Walking Dead shots? Semi-liquid courage.
Trust me, it helps.
Sorry, I know it's stupid.
- My sorority sisters said-- - I get it.
Our pledges have it even worse.
They have to get video of poonspeeding.
You don't want to know.
Well what's the hurry? You're cute.
How 'bout a kiss? Hmm? Green means go.
I guess.
- Um, I should get back.
- Oh, not yet.
Come on, we're just having fun.
Wait! Please, no! No! Aah! We're just getting started.
Aah! No! A little sloppy's okay, but don't pass out on me.
You're funny.
- What was that? - I didn't hear anything.
Come on, Joe, don't be a tease.
No, shh.
There's someone up here.
Lindsay, get down from there! Which way is down? Lindsay? Lindsay, please.
Okay? Just come down and talk.
Don't! hi, I'm Leo Barth.
Campus security director.
How can I help you? We're here to speak with Lindsay Bennett.
I'll save you the paperwork.
It's Hell Week for the frats.
She was drunk, walking on the roof ledge.
Good samaritan grabbed her.
But she's fine now.
Well, we got the call, so we have to follow up.
Now? She's still pretty stoonad.
Detectives, I'm Eileen Bennett, Lindsay's mother.
I called.
I think she has been raped.
Ma'am, it's a campus security matter.
I want her to talk to real police.
- Is she lucid now? - Yes.
We'll keep you in the loop, Leo.
Lindsay called at 2:00 in the morning in hysterics, crying that she wanted to come home.
You said she was raped? At a fraternity.
She said she had sex, and she didn't want to.
Lindsay's shy, home-schooled.
I should have known that she wasn't ready.
For boys? For pledge parties, for the city, for drinking.
I knew something terrible would happen to her.
Come on.
My mom called the police? I don't even remember what I told her.
Can you tell me what you do remember? You were at Tau Omega.
I was talking to this guy, Travis, in his room.
The door was open.
He--he asked to kiss me.
Then what happened? He started to move too fast.
I--I asked him to slow down.
I'd never gone all the way before.
You're a virgin? Okay.
Did you ever say "No" or stop"? I said stop, and then two other guys came in.
After that, it-- it all happened so quickly.
They were--they were all on top of me.
Did you know the other two boys? They're in the frat, I think.
Carter and Wesley.
I didn't get a good look at their faces.
And then what happened? I tri--I tried to say no, but Travis forced my mouth open And the other two one in front one in--in back.
And it hurt so much.
I could hear them laughing high-fiving each other.
But please, don't tell my mom it was three of them.
Okay, sweetie, it's over now.
Okay? I am gonna ask you to get a rape kit done.
Okay? Then you can shower and get cleaned up.
I already showered.
Campus security told the nurse it was okay.
Did he know that you'd been raped? He didn't ask.
I had marker on my body.
- I wanted to get it off.
- Those boys drew on you? No, no, it's part of Hell Week.
The sisters circle your body fat.
But if I make trouble, they won't let me pledge.
You said she's sheltered.
Is that out of character? She had a lot of Walking Dead shots.
And she had a pledge challenge.
She had to get a pic of Travis' thing.
It is Hell Week.
Some girls get too drunk.
So you sent a drunk girl to ask a frat guy to pull his pants down? I did it when I was a pledge.
No one's forced to do anything they're uncomfortable with.
That's how you felt.
Are you sure that Lindsay felt the same way? If Lindsay's saying something happened, then maybe it's because she's embarrassed that she got slutty.
Lindsay Bennett, freshman.
She's home-schooled.
From upstate.
A virgin.
She's hazed by her sorority.
She drinks too much, and she's gang-raped by three Tau Omega brothers.
That frat again.
Anybody at the party confirm her story? Yeah.
Her sorority sisters admit that she was assigned to get a photo of Travis' package.
And they're slut-shaming her for anything else that happened.
Mean girls.
And what about Travis.
Rhodes scholar.
Headed to Oxford.
So she says once she gets her trophy pic, he puts the moves on her, gets aggressive.
And then two other brothers come in out of nowhere, and she's pretty sure on the ID.
It's Wesley Grimes and Carter Pressman.
"Pretty sure"? Just how drunk was she? Very.
And the rape kit's a mess.
The nurse let her shower before we got there.
Where was campus security? Doing their best to make this go away.
We've seen this before.
School circles the wagons, the frat boys laugh it off.
No more.
Go after 'em hard.
Yeah, Lindsay and me hooked up last night.
Not my proudest moment.
Nice body, butterface.
There's a silver lining.
Girls like that can get pretty kinky.
She claims you forced her.
More the other way around.
She came into my room, wearing green.
Asked me to unzip for a photo.
She was DTF.
Was she? Did you double-check with Lindsay before you and your buddies triple-teamed her? Come on, a walk of shame is one thing, but calling it rape? The girl got drunk and went wild.
She was sober enough to ID the three of you.
You're in serious trouble here.
- She wanted it.
- She wanted it? You could tell all that while she was crying and saying no? You're right, ma'am.
She did say no.
As in, "No, don't stop.
Please don't stop.
" She got three guys off.
Look, I'm no psych major, but these freshman girls get wasted as an excuse to experiment sexually.
And the next day, they're all embarrassed.
She's not embarrassed.
She was raped.
Hold on.
She went into Travis' room.
She got down on all fours on his bed.
Now, was that before or after she invited you and your buddy in? That was the invitation.
Door was open, man.
Whatever that girl told her mother or the cops, - she's into me.
- Shut up.
We're gonna confiscate your cell phone, all your frat brothers' phones, your iPads.
Wait, wait.
What's this? Scroll down.
She sent it this morning.
But I got a screen grab I guess after last night, Lindsay wants some more.
You sent a topless photo of yourself to Travis? He--he asked me to.
He texted me.
He said he wanted to hook up again.
It was stupid.
I thought--I thought maybe he still liked me.
The photo was supposed to disappear after seven seconds.
Nothing disappears from the internet ever.
I know.
He posted it on TSU-Underground.
They're calling me a slut-- saying I'm spreading STDs.
Okay, okay.
That's horrible, and we can try and make that stop, but just don't contact those guys again.
What about them? The whole frat is texting me.
"You gotta have it.
" "We got mo' for you.
" "Ho.
" "Can you even walk today?" I can't.
I'm sorry.
I made a mistake.
I can't do this.
What happened last night, I wanted it.
You wanted to lose your virginity to three boys at once who laughed at you, who hurt you? Pressing charges is gonna make matters worse.
I know what happened to Renee.
- Renee? - Yeah.
- Another student? - Yeah.
- What happened to her? - Travis Holmes happened to her.
- When? - Last year.
Everybody talks about her, how she cried rape.
The school didn't believe her.
She went crazy.
They locked her up in a psych ward.
The photo that Lindsay snapchatted went viral at TSU.
She's "Slut Of The Week.
" Okay.
Well, there goes our case.
Doesn't matter.
She's backing off her complaint.
I don't blame her.
The frat guys also posted shots of Lindsay flirting with Travis at the party.
- She's clearly drunk.
- Well, that may be, but these photos don't help her story.
So boys will be boys, and girls get raped? Lindsay's scared.
Okay, she told me that there was this girl last year, Renee, who alleged rape, and nobody believed her.
According to school rumor, the girl has been institutionalized.
All right, so what do we know about this Renee? I got something.
From last spring.
We got a first name and a photo--let's find her.
Renee Clark.
She committed herself in January.
Detectives, you're here for Renee.
I'm sorry, I just got your message.
Today's not a good day.
We really need to speak with her.
She's a potential witness in a rape investigation.
Not now.
She's already been sedated.
Today's her first round of ECT.
Electroshock treatment? Won't that affect her memory? - It's a possibility.
- Well, then, stop it, now.
Well, that's not up to me.
Renee asked for this therapy.
It's her choice.
Charge to 800 milliamps.
Renee has come out of the sedative, now.
Her short-term recall will be fuzzy.
But one round of treatment shouldn't affect long-term memory.
Is this about her assault? Hers and another student's.
I know you have a job to do, but she's been in a severe depression.
She opted for ECT to put the assault behind her.
In my experience, a survivor can heal much more quickly if they're listened to.
She's been heard here, but the way the school handled the assault, it continually re-traumatized her.
Does she have a support system in place? I mean family, friends? She's been here ten weeks.
No visitors.
Father's gone, mother's in rehab.
Well, we don't want to trigger her, but her assailant may have raped again.
I understand.
But Renee's leery of authority.
Let me talk to her first.
Renee, if you feel tired or upset, let the detectives know.
They've assured me they'll back off.
- I'm okay.
- Buzz if you need me.
She told you why we're here? Yeah.
That someone else was raped.
The police need to pretend they care? Look, we know that you've been through a lot.
You have no idea.
Well, then, tell us.
I told the story a dozen times, and no one believed me until I ended up here.
I'm sorry that it took so long for us to find you, and I know how hard it is to talk about again.
But if you give us a chance, I promise you, Renee, it'll be different this time.
No, the only thing that's gonna make it different is frying my brain until I can't remember any of it.
The boy who assaulted you, Travis, we think he's the one who assaulted the student.
You know what I'd tell her? To shut up about Travis, or they'll go after her.
- The fraternity? - Them and the school.
When I filed charges, Dean Meyerson tried to make it out to be my fault.
And when I posted online about what a sham their investigation was, I got a letter saying that they'd charge me with a violation of the TSU honor code-- that I was intimidating my rapist! That place Nothing's gonna change them.
So Renee Clark is still saying that she was raped? - Mm-hmm.
- Renee is a troubled girl.
Issues with drugs, alcohol.
Was she troubled before she was assaulted on your campus? Actually, yes.
She comes from a broken home.
She overcompensated by being a good enough student to get a scholarship, but she's had a hard time fitting in.
What we call a mismatch.
We're not talking about making the dean's list.
We're talking about the second girl that said she was raped at the same fraternity by the same student.
Okay? We'd just like to see your files on the incident.
They're sealed.
Renee Clark made, then withdrew, unsupportable accusations against a fellow student.
- Mm-hmm.
- I feel sorry for her.
But short of destroying someone else's reputation, we've done everything we can to help her.
"Unsupportable accusations"? - Did you interview Renee? - I did.
And so did Talia Blaine.
She's an experienced counselor.
That's a direct quote from her.
Renee believed she was raped.
He denies it.
I wasn't there.
And these stories are always complicated.
Drugs and/or alcohol, young, emotional girls.
And privileged, aggressive boys.
So these stories, how many of them took place - at Tau Omega? - Off the record? The students call the frat "The Rape Factory.
" It's their idea of a joke.
And the school doesn't shut 'em down? How? They're also called "The Water Walkers.
" A lot of legacies, scholar athletes.
Smart, from good homes.
The dean doesn't want to destroy these boys' futures on a drunken accusation.
Is that why you made Renee feel that the rape was her fault and why you told her to drop the charges? Is that what she said? I was prepping her for the questions she'd get at the hearing.
"Did you go to the frat? Did you make out with him? Why did you wait so long to report?" I get it.
We do the same thing.
I just wanted her to know what she'd be getting into.
She decided on her own that it would be best to move on.
I told them last time I don't want to talk about it anymore.
They went to the school, Renee.
They know what you told them is the truth.
The school admitted that? They told us their side of the story, tried to rationalize their actions.
But what they put you through would drive anyone over the edge.
So you're saying I'm not crazy.
No, you're not crazy.
We want to help you, and we want Travis held accountable for what he's done.
And we need your help.
Otherwise, in a few months, Travis goes off to Oxford.
I can do this.
Your assault it was a year ago? Right before Christmas break.
On a Friday night.
I ran into Travis in the student center.
I knew him from my econ class.
We started talking, then he invited me to his frat house to watch It's A Wonderful Life.
My dorm was empty.
I was lonely.
So I went.
So what happened when you got there? He gut us both beers and brownies, and I guess they had pot in them, 'cause I got dizzy.
And we sat on the couch, under a blanket, and no one else was in the house, so it was-- it was nice at first.
And then he kissed me.
And then? And then he got me, and he shoved his hand down my jeans, put a finger inside me.
- Did you ask him to stop? - Yes.
I tried to push him off, but he slapped me.
He pinned my arms above my head unzipped his pants, and he-- he told me that he-- he knew I wanted it.
And then he turned me over and he raped me.
And what happened after that, Renee? When he was finished he told me that he had a flight to catch.
There was a town car waiting.
He gave me a ride back to my dorm.
And did you tell anybody? No.
The campus was mostly deserted, and I just--I stayed in bed and tried to forget.
And when did you finally report it to the school? September.
But the head of campus security said I waited too long.
And then you met with Dean Meyerson? And she asked me about my family and my grades, and if I'd had any other bad hookups.
So how did you get here? I had a bad night.
Drinking took some sleeping pills.
My roommate called campus security.
And they showed up.
I started screaming, and they, um they put me in a straitjacket in front of everyone.
Said if I didn't admit myself, they'd commit me.
I'm so sorry.
Now do you understand why I wanted the ECT? These three guys, we need to bring them in now.
Mm-hmm, and then what? No rape kits, no witnesses.
Lindsay won't press charges.
Renee is locked up in Laguardia Psychiatric.
All right, counselor, we get it.
So the rape factory just keeps churning out victims.
- Rape factory? - That's the frat's nickname on campus.
Okay, that helps.
Two victims does not a factory make.
- Find the others.
- That's easy for you to say.
Oh, what's the matter? NYPD run out of trojan horses? No more it's just a woman's problem.
Guys, it's yours too.
These girls could be your sisters, your friends.
It's not okay to look the other way.
If you see something, step up, stop it, or call us for help.
And just to be clear, it does not matter if you were flirting with a guy, dancing with him, or even if you started making out with him on his bed.
That's right.
You have the right to say no to sex anytime.
And if you say no, and he doesn't listen, that's rape.
Thank you, detectives.
I'd also like to remind all female students that campus security has decided to provide safety shuttle buses on Friday and Saturday nights.
Don't walk home alone.
Don't make yourself a target.
And finally, if anyone here has been sexually assaulted, or you know anyone that has, it's never too late to come forward.
Denying the pain doesn't make it go away.
I'll leave these here.
Pass 'em out to your friends.
Thank you.
Glad you came today, Lindsay.
I wish I hadn't.
It felt like everyone was staring at me.
I thought what we were saying in there resonated with a lot of students.
- Then go talk to them.
- Lindsay What happened? How's she doing? She hasn't hit bottom yet, but she's not ready to come forward.
- Detective Benson? - Yes, Alyson? Can I help you? I don't know.
It happened three years ago.
Congratulations, you just found another case that completely undercuts itself.
She was raped by the fraternity.
Why does she organize mixers for them? She's not the only victim.
We have statements from three other girls in her sorority, and six others reporting sexual assault at Tau Omega.
All of them drunken "he said, she saids"? Any repeat offenders? Yeah, Travis Holmes.
He's a serial.
And Wesley and Carter were each implicated in three other cases.
Plus, there's been some boys that have already graduated.
Let me ask you this-- anyone's name only come up once? Alyson says she was assaulted three years ago by Travis and Joe Dawson.
Joe Dawson was the good samaritan that saved Lindsay on the roof.
You think he'd turn on his fraternity brothers? Most of these rapists are sociopaths.
Some of these guys, they go along with it one time, then they realize they made a mistake.
They have a guilty conscience.
Or they're scared of the legal system.
Either way, work this guy.
Three years ago? Alyson said I raped her? We just planned the traffic light party together.
She can't say that now.
It's within the statute of limitations.
Are you prelaw? Then you should know every law school checks if you've even been accused of a felony.
- You can't do that.
- Yes, we can.
But we don't have to.
- Was this your idea? - Or your frat brothers'? She said it was a gang rape.
I know this wasn't a rape.
I asked the head of campus security.
You reported yourself to campus security? I was confused about what happened.
You mean you knew you'd crossed the line.
I wasn't sure.
We were all kinda stoned.
That doesn't matter, Joe.
She said she didn't want it.
I mean, maybe she's saying that now.
But after it happened, I texted her and asked her out.
She said yes.
This Leo Barth's idea? You weren't sure if you raped her, so afterwards you asked her out? Barth told me to, as a test.
She texted back right away, "Joe, I can't wait.
" I showed Barth, and he said there's no way a rape victim would say that.
What about Travis? Did Barth tell him to text Lindsay? I heard that wasn't a rape either.
Look, this isn't what other frats are about.
These guys, they're criminals.
They're not your brothers.
Look, I'm sorry that girl had a bad night.
But Travis? Why would a guy like that need to rape somebody? Yeah, I told Joe it wasn't rape.
The girl, Alyson, never made a complaint.
Texted him the next day.
After you told him to text her.
I didn't tell her to text him back.
I figured if she'd been raped, she would have come to me, filed charges-- my door's always open.
Yeah, just like with Lindsay? Her clothes were torn.
She was hysterical.
And you okayed her taking a shower.
And you figured what, she tore her own clothes off? Listen, you should see this place on Sunday morning.
These kids away from home for the first time, they're all out of control.
I should turn in a guy every time a girl puts out and doesn't get flowers the next day? Excuse me? Listen, I'm just trying to keep these kids alive.
All right? Make sure they don't drink and drive or OD or get knifed.
I can't police their bedrooms.
Campus security coached this Joe on how to derail a rape victim? Yeah, because they're keeping rape stats down.
It's just like cooking the books for CompStat.
Blaming victims, shaming 'em-- - it's university policy.
- It's all about control.
I mean, they do their own investigations.
If the school decides that no crime has been committed, it's dropped-- no press, no police.
We need to go after the school.
And charge 'em with what? That's the great part about being a DA.
I don't have to decide that right now.
I can convene a grand jury.
You think they'll come in, waive immunity, - and testify? - They have to.
They don't want word to leak out that they're not cooperating.
And you know my office, it leaks like a church roof.
What about these frat boys? The first rule of bureaucracy is self-preservation.
Those boys become a liability, they will cut them loose I'm not mad at Alyson for sending me in there.
It's not her fault.
Well, if you and she testified, Lindsay-- To what? I've decided it never happened.
I've let it go.
Sweetheart, that's-- that's not gonna work.
Okay, have you talked to someone? - A therapist-- - Why? I'm all better now.
Okay? Okay.
Um, if you need anything, you call-- I should go.
Good-bye, Detective Rollins.
Why didn't I come forward? Well, part of it was peer pressure.
I didn't want the sorority to blackball me or call me a slut.
Were there any other factors? I also spoke to the head of campus security.
Barth said sex was like a football game.
Sometimes when you watch your game tape, you can see your mistakes and do better next time.
What did you take that to mean? That I had made a mistake.
That it was my fault.
And how did Tau Omega treat you? They started posting top ten tips for rape.
Like spike her drink.
I was number seven.
"Go for white trash, like Renee Clark.
They'll be grateful for the attention.
" Was the school aware of this? I filed multiple complaints, but I never got taken off TSU-Underground.
The dean said it was free speech.
Why did you decide to withdraw your rape allegation? Talia told me that the disciplinary-- Talia--I'm sorry.
Talia Blaine, the school counselor? Yes.
She told me that at the disciplinary hearing, I would have to sit with my attacker and listen to him call me a liar.
And what happened after that? I got severely depressed, and eventually agreed to the school's suggestion I be institutionalized.
And are you back at the school now? No.
I can only return to school with parental supervision.
My parents are not very involved, so I'm basically expelled.
And the student whom you accused of rape? He'll graduate this year.
With honors.
He'll be attending Oxford in the fall.
So you were a freshman student on scholarship a long way from home.
Do you feel that the school looked out for you? I was raped on their campus not believed by security, and advised to forget it by their counselor.
And when I got depressed, they said I was crazy, and they had me committed.
Please don't let them get away with what they've done to me.
You were very brave, Renee.
The jurors were listening.
What happens now? We move for an indictment against the school, hope they stop protecting Travis and the other boys.
And me? We need to get you back to the hospital.
I'm gonna tell them.
I've decided to stop the ECT.
Just being believed, I feel so much better.
I want to go back to school.
Back to Tompkins Square? I don't want them to win.
Well, maybe we can figure out a way around the parental supervision rule.
What's your gut on the jury? They believed the girls.
Well, that's the easy part, isn't it? Now comes the fun part.
By now, the school should be in a frenzy.
Emergency meetings, covering up evidence.
You mean you're smelling the blood in the water.
Aren't you? As the school's mental health counselor, you advised Renee Clark not to go through with the disciplinary hearing? She was depressed, anxious about being in the room with her alleged attacker.
I wasn't going to lie to her.
I told her that can sometimes lead to feelings of re-victimization.
Isn't it also possible that she was depressed because of lack of support from the school, the dean, from you-- the counselor who was supposed to look out for her? I just don't want these girls hurt.
- Or raped.
- Of course not.
After hearing multiple times from multiple victims accusations of rape against Tau Omega, did you ever warn incoming freshman girls not to attend parties at that fraternity? - That's not my job.
- That's not your job? Okay, did you ever report to the administration that there was a problem at that frat? Yes, I did.
What was their response? That Tau Omega had a long and distinguished history, that their alumni are on the board.
I needed to keep things in perspective.
Tau Omega recently held a rush event where frat brothers were captured on video chanting, "No means yes.
Yes means anal.
" You approve permits for events like this, is that correct? Yes.
I don't approve, but TSU students have the right to assemble, and the right to free speech.
How about this? "Rush Tau Omega.
We don't take 'no' for an answer.
" You approve this design? It was sold by an alumni organization, so it was outside my purview.
Is it true that members of Tau Omega were seen on campus wearing this t-shirt for months despite numerous complaints to your office? We don't ban t-shirt slogans at TSU no matter what I find offensive.
Our students chose a progressive liberal arts university for a reason.
How many sex crimes complaints has your office reported in the last three years? - A few dozen.
- 25.
At a school with 20,000 undergrads.
Did you know that most schools the size of TSU have at least triple your number of sex crimes? Those low numbers, they prove our safety initiatives are working.
Or maybe they prove that you've just thrown out incident reports whenever your issues were resolved.
Did you ever see a report with sexual assault charges that was later retracted? We are required by the Clery Act to disclose all crimes that any employee becomes aware of.
Yes or no? No, to the best of my knowledge.
To the best of your knowledge.
Were you coached to say that, or are you just adept at dissembling? No means no.
I never hid reports or charges.
The dean didn't give up the boys.
Instead, she claims that they reported every complaint they ever received.
- So she lied on the stand.
- Yeah.
Now I just have to prove it.
Her head of security is a good soldier, but that counselor, she was wavering.
She's feeling guilty.
Maybe you're right.
It's Talia.
Oh, my God.
Lindsay? What happened? She jumped.
From the roof.
She was standing on the edge.
Some students saw her, tried to talk her down, but by the time security got there-- They were too late.
I have to go call her mother.
I just talked to her yesterday.
This isn't your fault, Amanda.
- You did everything you could.
- Come on.
No, no, she was pink clouding, and I knew it.
Hey, Joe.
Last time we talked, you said you felt bad for Lindsay.
How do you feel now? You're different than these other guys, Joe.
I know it, you know it.
You saved her the other night.
But after what they did to her, it was only a matter of time, right? So I'm gonna ask you again.
If nothing happened to her, why'd she jump? It did happen.
All right? She was telling the truth.
All of us, including me, we just-- we laughed at her.
She couldn't say "no" with her mouth full.
We raped her dead.
We raped her gang-bang gangnam style! Three of us at the same time-- that girl was airtight! Yeah! Took it with his cell phone the night of the party.
And what they were saying, I knew it was wrong, and I'm sorry.
You should be.
I'll call Barba.
We raped her dead.
We raped her gang-bang gangnam style! Three of us at the same time.
That girl was airtight.
Don't say we didn't warn you.
I had no idea about any of this.
If I had, I would've taken action.
Dean Meyerson, please.
You took plenty of action that led to this.
Not shutting down these frats, hiding reports.
These fraternities have been here for over a century.
- And I never hid reports.
- That was your testimony.
But after Lindsay's suicide, we got a lot of calls, emails, zip drives.
You've made some enemies.
What do you want? The dean is willing to resign at the end of June.
Two days ago, great, but I have evidence of perjury and obstruction.
Affidavits from your mental health counselor and campus patrol that school policy was "Don't tell, don't report.
" A year's probation at most, Dean Meyerson.
Not quite.
We're charging Travis Carter and Wesley with multiple counts of rape.
And you and Mr.
Barth, from campus security, are being named as accessories.
Accessory to rape? No.
I had nothing to do with that.
If you want to come back, you can tell that to the Grand Jury.
You already waived your immunity.
I'm so sorry, Mrs.
Lindsay She wouldn't talk about it.
Told me to go home.
I wanted to give her space.
I talked to Lindsay the day before.
You know, she was so - I should have known.
- No.
It's the boys, the school They killed my baby.
I home-schooled her her whole life.
I was always afraid to let her go.
You sure you want to be here? I want to pay my respects.
The school said they'd let me come back.
They accepted your offer to supervise me.
I'm very happy to hear that.
You know, I was thinking about maybe starting a kind of support group on campus.
So, you know, survivors know that they're not alone.
You think that's a good idea? Yeah, I do.

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