Podcast: ‘Let’s Talk … About Anonymity’

By , Autumn Scott and Lavinia Elizabeth Landi

December 13, 2021

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(DENVER)— According to a Washington Post article from October 2021, a Danish shipping giant, Maersk Line Limited, suspended five of its crew members after a student from the United States Merchant Marine Academy alleged she was raped in the summer of 2019 while training for the academy on a Maersk-operated ship.

This week, we talk about the use of anonymity in reporting sexual assault cases.

Listen to our previous episode about Fox News and President Donald Trump.

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