“The fact that defendant was engaging in a different sexual act at the time the encounter was interrupted (namely, ‘dry humping’) does not foreclose the inference that he intended, ultimately, to rape,” the judges wrote.
A California commission found that Judge Aaron Persky acted reasonably in giving ex-Stanford swimmer Brock Turner a weak sentence for sexual assault.
The Stanford swimmer who sexually assaulted an unconscious woman behind a dumpster received a lenient sentence, in part, because of his alleged inexperience with drinking and drugs. Newly published court documents say otherwise.
On Tuesday night, women around the world cast spells against the Stanford swimmer who raped an unconscious woman on a sidewalk.
Aaron Persky, the judge who gave Brock Turner a six month sentence for rape, also presided over a controversial gang-rape case in 2011 that involved high-performing athletes.