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Inside Grlcvlt’s Secret Feminist Club

Grlcvlt says its campaigning wont end with unseating the judge who provoked outrage when he sentenced former Stanford swimmer Brock Turner to just six months in prison.
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Criminal sentencing decisions belong to judges, not the outraged public - even in the Stanford rape case

Issues & Causes / Environmentalism : Greenspace

If convicted criminals were sentenced by public poll, or a weighted average of outrage expressed on social media and radio talk shows, Stanford student and star swimmer Brock Allen Turner would be looking at more than just six month...

Brian Banks On Brock Turner — Stanford Swimmer’s Rape Sentence ‘A Case of Privelege’

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Brian Banks, the falsely accused former NFL player, has a lot to say about the recent sentencing of Stanford swimmer Brock Turner and his shocking six-month sentence. Banks, who spent five years in prison for a crime that he did not...

Judge Who Sentenced Brock Turner Quits Criminal Court

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The California judge whose lenient rape sentence of former Stanford University swimmer Brock Turner sparked national outrage has asked to quit presiding over criminal trials. Santa Clara County Judge Aaron Persky will be reassigned ...

The Feminist Trial of Judge Aaron Persky

News : The Daily Beast

After his lenient sentencing of Brock Turner, the former Stanford swimmer convicted of sexual assault, activists have been campaigning to unseat Judge Aaron Persky.

California Rape Case Sentence Sparks Outrage

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Former Stanford swimmer Brock Turner was sentenced to six months in county jail for sexual assault. Prosecutors had recommended six years in prison. An online petition seeks the judge's recall.

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