Caitlin Erickson's been threatened, followed, and had her house set on fire after speaking out against her former school, Saskatoon's Legacy Christian Academy. She was in the courtroom yesterday for the school's former athletic director's first appearance on sexual assault and sexual exploitation charges. The spokesperson for a proposed $25M class action lawsuit brings us up to speed on this major story. But first...
1:40 | Cason Feuser was playing with his buddies near Rocky Mountain House when all of a sudden he was fighting for his life. A cougar attacked the seven-year-old from behind, inflicting multiple life-threatening injuries. Seven months later, Cason and his mom Chay share his amazing survival story.
23:20 | Fifty former students have joined a proposed $25M class action lawsuit targeting Legacy Christian Academy. Meantime, the Saskatoon private school's former athletic director had his first court appearance this week, charged with sexual assault and sexual exploitation. LCA alum Caitlin Erickson tells us what it was like to be in court yesterday, and explains why she thinks the Saskatchewan government's new reporting standards for private schools fall short.
HERE'S OUR AUG 10 INTERVIEW WITH OTHER LCA ALUMNI: https://www.youtube.com/live/dNaPsms29DA?feature=share&t=2651
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