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A New Episode Of Dig: Prosecution Declined

Carrie Neumayer

It’s been two months since the Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting released the first season of Dig, our deep dive investigation into how rape cases are investigated and prosecuted in Louisville.

Jen Sanaito's rape case was cleared by police after they said a prosecutor declined it. During our reporting, the police agreed to reopen her case and look at additional medical records she gave them. She's still waiting to find out whether those records could change anything about the outcome.

In the meantime, new details about Jen's case have called into question whether it was ever actually declined by a prosecutor at all.

Listen to the latest episode:

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Laura is LPM's Director of Podcasts & Special Projects. Email Laura at lellis@lpm.org.

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