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More Tears For Notre Dame's 'Fake Tragedy' Than A Real Girl's Death? [The Two-Way, NPR] -
From the blog post: "Critics are drawing contrasts with Te'o's story and how the university and its supporters responded to the 2010 case of a young woman from neighboring St. Mary's College who reported being sexually assaulted by a Notre Dame football player. Ninteen-year-old Lizzy Seeberg, as Washington Post columnist Melinda Henneberger has reported, committed suicide 10 days after telling Notre Dame campus police about what she said happened. In the days before her death, she had received threatening text messages from a friend of the accused player. But it wasn't until five days after she died, Henneberger has written, that the accused was interviewed. He's never been charged or officially identified." -
Also covered in the Washington Post (
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