Seventh Grade Girl Expelled for Being Raped
The officials at this school disgust me for allowing this to happen. Twice.
The girl was raped, convinced to recant, forced to formally apologize to her rapist, and then expelled. And then she was raped again.
The girl was also examined and found to have been sexually assaulted. However, she was suspended from school for “disrespectful conduct” and “public display of affection,” her lawyers wrote in the lawsuit.
Anything that even hints at blaming Lara Logan for her attack, is unconscionable.
People can be utterly despicable. There are so many rape and sexual assault cases at the moment, it’s baffling.
Julian Assange—despite your feelings about his WikiLeaks work—is a disgusting human being if he did in fact rape two women. His defense relies on trying to diminish the definition of rape, which in and of itself is sickening (and leads me to believe he is guilty).
Rape and sexual assault should never be made light of. I hope to see good, just outcomes for all of these cases.