Thursday, June 9, 2016

White Privilege Got Him Just 6 Months For Rape

This story goes out to those who don't believe that white male prevailege exist.

It is an inevitable part of American culture. With evidence that is undeniable. White male privilege. What male privilege is carte blanche. You have the right to doing whatever you want whenever you to without applicable rules. Being white and male in America is like having the key that opens a door to another planet. One in which your life is valued more than all others and there are no consequences for your crimes. No matter how heinous and dispicable they are. You've all heard this story in the news. A young white boy is convicted of rape and is only sentenced to 6 months. We've all heard his low life fathers infamous sound bite making a ridiculous defense for his rapist offspring, and if your like me you got angry, you were mad. But unfortunately you were not shocked at all.

The father of a former Stanford University athlete convicted on multiple charges of sexual assault has said his son should not have to go to prison for “20 minutes of action”.

Just a week or two ago authorities  investigated an African-American family because their 3 year old son accidentally fell into a gorilla cage at the zoo. But no one investigates this obviously incompetent father for attempting to excuse the behavior of his rapist son.

Brock Turner, was a swimmer at Stanford University, which is the same university that the judge in this case attended, was sentenced to six months’ imprisonment and probation for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman.

The 20-year-old from Dayton, Ohio who was convicted of three felonies, including assault with intent to rape, faced a maximum of 14 years in prison.

But Turner was expected to spend only three months of a six-month sentence in county jail after the judge, Aaron Persky, said positive character references and lack of a criminal record had persuaded him to be more lenient. Prison would have a “severe impact on him”, the judge said. I guess this judge has no idea that prison has a severe impact on everybody who finds themselves there. Especially if you lack the right complexion for the protection.

The 23-year-old victim gave an emotional speech at the hearing, an abbreviated version of a 12-page impact statement submitted to Judge Persky before the sentencing hearing.

She recounted going to a party on the evening of 17 January 2015 and waking up the next morning in hospital with no memory of the night before. She also told of the invasive exam she underwent to collect evidence and the “excruciating” interrogation of the court trial.

“I thought there’s no way this is going to trial; there were witnesses, there was dirt in my body, he ran but was caught ... Instead, I was told he hired a powerful attorney, expert witnesses, private investigators ... That he was going to go to any length to convince the world he had simply been confused. ...

Ladies, beware of Brock Turner. None of you are safe as long as he is free.


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