By Bill Britt
Alabama Political Reporter
A young woman takes her life, a family suffers an unthinkable loss, and the media tells a story both sad and horrifyingly villainous.
But what are the facts?
Local, national and international reports of University of Alabama co-ed Megan Rondini’s alleged rape and suicide by hanging seven months after the events of July 2015 has cast a long shadow over the City of Tuscaloosa, law-enforcement, the University, local medical practitioners and the alleged rapist, 34-year-old Tuscaloosa-native T.J. Bunn.