"There's a lot of effects to it, and this is one of those things where we have to create a culture where we're supportive, men, women and children who decide to report, stand up and say something, they do the right thing," Levy told ESPN last year. "Their evidence is sitting in a warehouse for 20 years or whatever. ... It's just unbelievable.
"That's something that you really wouldn't believe to be true. I reached out to them earlier this year and this came about later. I saw a lot of the work that they were doing and it just made sense to me."
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