“‘Hi Laurie, it’s Dr. Hadden calling,’ he said. ‘It’s like 4:30 on Friday. You know, I just got word that you called the office and you’re upset and you’re calling the police. What — what the heck happened? What’s going on? Please, can we talk? Um. If you can, please just give the office a call and, you know — or come back and talk face-to-face. I, I, I don’t — I don’t understand. I just know that — I just got word from the — first, from the secretary, and then from our office manager and the nurse. So I’m very upset. I don’t know what’s going on. So please, please call me back. All right. Take care.’ The officers glanced at one another and then at Kanyok. ‘F-ck him,’ she remembers them saying. ‘Let’s go get this pig.'” Getting that pig took a lot longer than it should have. ProPublica and NY Mag: How Columbia Ignored Women, Undermined Prosecutors and Protected a Predator For More Than 20 Years. Not that it would have made matters any better, but “there was nothing particularly special about Robert Hadden that would make Columbia want to protect him. He wasn’t a prominent physician with a roster of elite clients. He wasn’t attracting millions of research dollars or in demand on the academic lecture circuit.”