Like officers trash talking victims.
The 22-year-old former University of Colorado student pretended to be helping a drunk woman get home safely from a party in 2014 when he raped her.
Perhaps athletes should attend a How to Not Sexually Assault Women at the Olympics class before traveling across the world for the games.
Whatever happended to camping trips?
Turner’s attorney was too fascinated by the victim’s partying habits to ask about anything even remotely relevant, like, for instance, how the defendant assaulted her.
From marijuana to handling sexual assault, Colorado seems to be leading the way on just about every issue.
It’s a very disturbing ad for a few reasons.
Another day, another campus sexual assault handled terribly.
Add one “pro” to the very evenly-matched list of social media pros and cons.
A refreshing, much-needed reminder that some judges do, actually, take cases of sexual assault seriously.
It’s a bold move, but not a surprising one: the Obama administration has long made addressing campus sexual assault a priority.
The photos are a direct response to the victim-blaming rhetoric of Brock Turner and his father.