I wasn't playing the victim-- I was only stating the facts. Maybe I should have phrased it like "I was violently assaulted" or something and not used the word "victim"?Instead of worrying about what to do three years down the line, focus on now. Which classes did you fail? Remedial courses are typically much easier. If they were Physio/Biochem, you'll really want to get them down.
I know it's easy to say 'do well in the rest and ace the boards', but typically it isn't so easy. People who fail for whatever reason tend to not ace the boards and/or honor rotations. If you somehow manage it, then worry about where you'll end up. For now, be glad that you're an AMG and don't slip up. If we fail a single class in the first two years - it's sayonara.
As for explaining yourself, I'm no expert but my instinct: don't offer it, but don't hide it. If they bring it up during the interview process, be honest, but spin it in a positive light. i.e. what you learned from it / how it makes you a better physician etc. Don't play the victim.