Stanford Rapist Receives SCATHING Letter from Rape Victim’s Sister

Screen Shot 2016-06-11 at 10.08.48 AMThe sister of Stanford rape victim has broken her silence. This letter should haunt Brock Turner for the rest of his days.

The younger sister of the woman raped by ex-Stanford swimmer Brock Turner says ‘an entire part of my heart has been left permanently broken’ by the January 2015 attack.

Known as Jane Doe 2 in court documents, the 21-year-old student was the first to be targeted by Turner, 20, on the night of the attack – and he later claimed in court that the two had been ‘flirting’ at the party.

However, his claims to have been flirting with and kissing the sisters were roundly rubbished as ‘lies’ by prosecutor Alaleh Kianerci who pointed out that he was rejected twice by Jane Doe 2 in the lead-up to the assault on her sister.

But although Turner’s claims unraveled in court – and the imposition of a six-month jail term – Jane Doe 2 says she has found it hard to forgive herself for what happened.

Writing in a letter to Judge Aaron Persky ahead of Turner’s most recent hearing on June 2, the student said she still feels sick when she thinks about what happened that night.

‘Today I am still sick thinking about it,’ she wrote. ‘Sick to my stomach every time I am reminded of the incident.

‘I am still sad that I was not there to protect her. We have both been devastated, we have been speechless, and we have cried until our bodies ran dry.’

Jane Doe 2 had returned from college to spend a weekend with her sister and friends from home, and was part of a group of five that set out for the Kappa Alpha frat house on the night of the attack.

She was helping to look after another friend when Turner struck but realized her sister was missing – and tried to find her.

In total, she attempted to call the victim nine times on the night of the attack and was eventually left so panicked, she sent her sister a text message that read: ‘I’m scared’.

In the statement made to police on the night of the attack, she repeatedly described Turner as ‘aggressive’ and related how he had tried to kiss her – despite her distinct lack of interest.

She also described how she walked her friend, who was feeling ill, to her friend’s dorm room to rest – but returned to the party to discover that the police had arrived.

‘She thought they were there to shut down the party,’ the statement continues. ‘She did not know they were there because of what happened to her sister.’

In her letter to Judge Persky, Jane Doe 2 reveals that she was in tears as she drove to the hospital to collect her sister the following day.

‘On my way to the hospital, I pulled over two times because I was crying so hard,’ she writes. ‘When I finally arrived, my sister was sitting there as composed as she could will herself to be, hugging me and saying over and over again: “Don’t cry! Don’t cry! None of this is your fault.”

‘She was the one trying to assure me everything was okay, trying to protect me, when I was picking her up from the rape crisis center.’

The 21-year-old also relived the horror of discovering what had happened to her sister via a leaked police report.

‘Because she had blacked out, neither of us knew exactly what had happened. I had to learn about every graphic detail of her assault through a police report that went publicly viral before anyone told us.

‘I had to read about the way her body was found. I realized that the reason I could not find her that night, after checking every room in the fraternity house, after yelling her name outside, was because she was unconscious and hidden behind a dumpster.

‘That night, she came with me to have fun with me and my friends, with no interest in even meeting anyone, let alone hooking up with anyone outside.’

Turner, of Dayton, Ohio, had claimed that the victim had been conscious when he attacked her and had signaled her consent by saying ‘yeah’.

He also claimed that she had ‘appeared satisfied’ with the sexual contact – and claimed she moaned and clutched his shoulders after he began touching her.

However, his claims were demolished in court after witnesses, including hero Swedes Peter Jonsson and Carl-Fredrik Arndt, pointed out that the victim was motionless on the ground at the time and could not be woken up.

The victim also has a long term boyfriend, an Ivy League graduate, with whom she lives and whom she had spoken to approximately 30 minutes before the attack.

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