I watched Part 3 last night. “J” was given an eviction notice after his landlord saw him on TV.
Do we realize how amazing it is that Julie Cornell reported on this issue? A fair and balanced segment on sex offenders? In the mainstream media?
Compare to other “investigative journalism” regarding sex offenders- which is usually nothing more than a google search.
I wonder what impression the average viewer got from the piece? Did it change some minds? Perhaps plant the seeds of enlightenment?
I am so grateful to Julie Cornell and KETV for having the guts to air this.