From Talos films, the Liberty University Sexual Assault Scandal Easily Explored in Non-Fiction-seried Based on Talos films

From Talos films, the Liberty University Sexual Assault Scandal Easily Explored in Non-Fiction-serie ...

The production company behind a series such as the HBO series Torn Apart and the Discovery+ series Queen of Meth, says that The Liberty University sexual assault scandal is being explored in a new unscripted series.

The company has signed an exclusive deal with the women at the center of the case and its series will document their fight for justice in The Liberty University Project (w/t).

The Liberty University founded by the Southern Baptist preacher Jerry Falwell Jr., has benefited from numerous cases of sexual assault in the past 20 years. It was the center of recent attempts at the university's own claims to dismiss victims' claims.

After ProPublica reported that students discouraged from reporting sexual assault with one who reported rapes told they could be punished. Senators Tim Kaine and Mark Warner have called for an investigation.

The producer teamed up with Tom Arnold that reported the story for the third season of The Podcast Series Gangster Capitalism, which revealed the tale of Falwell Jr.

Falwell, Jr. resigned from the university after finding out that he frequently watched his wife's sexual offences with a man - one that he'd given money to a hotel scheme.

Their lawsuit focuses on the allegations that it undermined the education communitys policies on sexual violence, allowing it to stop robbing women for reporting it.

The Liberty University Project (w/t) will investigate the situation of women in this case, and explore the darker side of the influence and influence of the University.

The series will be exec produced by Arnold and Talos Films co-founders Elli Hakami and Julian Hobbs.

At Liberty University, it was my number one concern to come forward, as it beta and the first time this case has defended me if not the first time. This document will tell my victims that the present moment of justice won't be covered up because of the incident and isn't covered up.

I'm doing this documentary to help create a better, safer future that makes people accountable. Just now I don't eat in ashes, not even in a time of aging and that means I don't feel like my guilt. Ive gained the knowledge to take my life away from me. Lets hope that the students that come after me will do what you want.

"To this courageous group of women who have gone public despite the trauma they have suffered," added Elli Hakami, Talos films is honored to document this courageous group of women who have become public despite their actions, as they work together to keep their faith in justice and justice for themselves, and try to force Liberty University to change its policies and ensure that women have no other victims endure the same abuse and covering-ups.

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