Sabrina Buckwalter '11, '12JRN, Reports on Rape, Banned from India

Sabrina Buckwalter '11, '12JRN, Reports on Rape, Banned from India

Sabrina Buckwalter '11, '12JRN, Reports on Rape, Banned from India

June 15, 2015

Sabrina Buckwalter, Columbia University School, General Studies
According to recent article by VICE, Sabrina Buckwalter '11 '12JRN is banned from traveling to India because of a feature story she wrote about the Khairlanji massacre, a viscious crime that involved the rape and murder of a mother, daughter and her two sons in September 2006.
 
Buckwalter initially moved to Mumbai for an internship at The Times of India, and after a few months, she became a full-time features reporter.  It was during this time that she wrote the features story on the Khairlanji massacre.

Soon after, she was served with papers to leave the country within 72 hours and is still banned from traveling to India today. 

Buckwalter currently serves as an associate producer for France 2 Television in Washington, D.C. and as an active member of the GSAA Outreach Committee. 

Read the full article on VICE.