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 stirred up debate on how the justice system handles rape, campus drinking culture, and privilege.
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Now that same debate is featured in a criminal justice textbook with Turner’s mugshot under the “Rape” section.
Washington State University student Hannah Kendall Shuman snapped a photo of her book, Introduction to Criminal Justice: Systems, Diversity, and Change, last week. It showed Turner as an example of a rape case involving alcohol and taking advantage of an unconscious person. Read more…More about Rape, Brock Turner, Rape Culture, Culture, and Politics
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