Jameis Winston's Accuser Speaks

Jameis Winston's accuser, Erica Kinsman, told her story publicly as part of a movie about campus sexual assault, "The Hunting Ground." It aired on CNN this week and yesterday the segment was shared on Facebook. 

Jameis Winston threatened to sue if the movie aired on CNN. You can see why. Based on how poised this girl is and hearing her story, if the Tallahassee police department had actually done its job and investigated this case its highly probable Jameis Winston would have been charged with rape. Instead of playing college and pro football Winston might well be in jail. 

Watch for yourself. 

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