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College Student Hopes her 'Rape by Fraud' Case will Help Expose a Loophole in Sexual Assault Laws - Health Care and Life Sciences News

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Posted on: Mar 26, 2019

From ABC News:

Abi Finney has had a difficult time "trying to act like a normal college student" after the painful memory of what she considered to be rape was dismissed under the "narrow sense" of Indiana law.

A computer science student at Purdue University, Finney opened up to "Nightline" about an incident that happened two years ago during her freshman year, that many believed to be rape by deception.

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