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This College Book Literally Defined Brock Tuner As Rape

Who Is Brock Turner You Might Ask?

Well according to a college textbook, he is the definition of rape. Okay, let me clarify. You see, on the fated day of January 18th 2014 a couple of students on a bike spotted a guy behind a dumpster. When they took a close look, it was clear that he was raping an unconscious woman. This whole scenario took place on the Stanford University grounds in Palo Alto, California.

The students tackled the guy who turned out to be Brock Turner and called the police. Now, you might think the case would be airtight since the police was involved and there were two eye witnesses. Right? Well that is not what happened.

He Was Arrested And Charged With Five Offenses.

Rape of an intoxicated person, rape of an unconscious person, sexual penetration by a foreign object of an intoxicated woman, sexual penetration by a foreign object of an unconscious woman, and assault with intent to commit rape. He was soon released with a bail of $150,000 bail.

However, he was only found guilty of three of those charges. assault with intent to commit rape of an intoxicated/unconscious person, penetration of an intoxicated person, and penetration of an unconscious person.

You would think, that he would at least get 14 years in prison right? Well he only got 6 months! No, I am not bullshitting you.

He also got out in just 3 months.

At Least We Get Some Justice.

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He may have been able to get out of prison time but in my Criminal Justice 101 textbook, Brock Turner is the definition of rape, so he’s got that going for him.

-Hannah Kendall Shuman

The Textbook Has The Following Written Under His Picture.

Brock Turner, a Stanford student who raped and assaulted an unconscious female college student behind a dumpster at a fraternity party was recently released from jail after serving only three months. Some are shocked at how short the sentence is. Others who are more familiar with the way sexual violence has been handled in the criminal justice system are shocked that he was found guilty and served any time at all. What do you think?

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