Apparently several Rutgers students were horribly beaten in a sorority hazing. One student says she was beaten with a paddle 201 times over the course of a few days. She was hospitalized.
The store contained this odd comment:
The pledge who spoke to The Star-Ledger did so on condition of anonymity, saying she feared retaliation. Her cousin, Khalilh Anthony, accompanied her to Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, along with the pledge’s mother, saying she was appalled when she saw the injuries caused by the repeated beatings.
There were apparently only 7 pledges so it's probably not that hard to find out who's talking anyway. What sense does it make though to conceal the victim's name to protect her identity while telling the whole world who her cousin is in the next sentence?