STANFORD (KCBS) – Her face and name remain a mystery, but millions know her story. The woman sexually assaulted by Brock Turner at Stanford University speaks out for the first time since the case gained international attention.
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What happens when one of the most esteemed and trusted professions becomes corrupt? Cruelty and a lack of justice run rampant throughout the country and people are not happy about it.
When Emily Doe first learned the vice president of the United States had written her a letter, she was lounging at her home, wearing pajamas, eating cantaloupe.
Former Stanford University student Brock Turner was released from jail last summer after serving only three months of his six-month sentence for sexually assaulting a woman on campus. The assault builds on a growing number of similar, horrific attacks on our college campuses and in our communities, and has spurred long overdue conversations about sexual assault across the country.