Stanford University turned the dumpster site where Brock Turner sexually assaulted an unconscious young woman — known as
Prosecutor Cindy Hendrickson spoke to Newsweek about her bid to unseat the judge who gave Brock Turner just six months for sexual assault.
If you look up "rape" in a criminal justice 101 text book, you'll see the mugshot of convicted Stanford rapist Brock Turner. If You Look up Rape in This Textbook, You’ll See a Picture of Brock Turner is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.
He was let off easy, and no one will forget it.
The textbook uses Turner’s case as a discussion point.
The mugshot of Brock Turner, the student who was convicted of sexual assault and served half of a six-month sentence, has appeared in a criminal justice textbook in a reference to “rape”. The former Stanford University student was released from jail a year ago after serving three months. Show More Summary
Brock Turner was released after serving three months of a six-month sentence for sexually assaulting an unconsicous woman on Stanford's campus after a fraternity party in 2015. His short sentence and even shorter time served stirredShow More Summary
His picture appears in a criminal justice textbook’s rape section.
The mugshot of Brock Turner, a former Stanford University swimmer convicted of sexual assault last year, appears in a college textbook beside a definition of "rape."
A criminal justice textbook has used an image of Brock Turner to illustrate an entry on rape.
You know that sort of hacky insult that goes something like "when you open up the dictionary to the definition of [whatever], you see [whoever's] picture"? That cliché is now reality for convicted Stanford rapist Brock Turner. [ more › ]
His story appears under the definition of “rape."
The 2016 Stanford University rapist is used to illustrate "rape" in a new legal textbook.
An image of the man convicted of sexually assaulting a woman on the Stanford University campus was used to illustrate a textbook entry on rape.
Forever and always, this should be the only conversation surrounding the question "What do you think of Brock Turner?"
When Brock Turner was convicted on three felony counts last summer (assault with intent to commit rape of an intoxicated or unconscious person, sexual penetration of an intoxicated person and sexual penetration of an unconscious person), he was sentenced to only six months in prison, with the expectation (now fulfilled) that he would be released after three. [...]
You remember Brock Turner, rapist? Piece of malevolent shit rapist Brock Turner, who faced basically none of the repercussions that should have been coming to him after ruining a young woman's life? Well, he's still out there, living his not-nearly-punished-enough...
Sup. Mark Farrell wants to ban guns in public parks and plazas in SF, the CA attorney general has sided with the campaign to recall the judge in the Brock Turner rape case, and a call to remove a statue in San Jose. [ more › ]
Facing a coordinated call for his removal, Santa Clara County Superior Court Judge Aaron Persky, who sentenced former Stanford swimmer Brock Turner to six months in jail for sexual assault, won an unexpected victory in court on Friday,...Show More Summary
Judge Aaron Persky? faces recall campaign after lenient sentence for Turner who was convicted of sexually assaulting an unconscious woman