Judge in Brock Turner Rape Case Compares 6-Month Sentencing to 'Unpopularity' of School Desegregation

Long after serving three unbearable steak-less months of a controversial six-month sentence in 2016 for sexually assaulting a woman behind a dumpster while she was unconscious, Brock Turner’s name is back in the news. This time, it’s because of the judge in his infamous case, Aaron Persky. At a press conference in…

Brock Turner Victim No Longer Involved in Memorial Plaque After Stanford Reportedly Ignored Her Suggestions

In the time since Brock Turner sexually assaulted a woman behind a dumpster in 2015, Stanford University has taken pains to recast the scene of the literal crime: Gone is the infamous dumpster, now replaced with some nice paving stones, two benches and a fountain. Emily Doe, as the victim is known, was originally…

Judge in Brock Turner Case Under Fire Over Sentencing of a Domestic Abuse Defendant the Same Day

The controversy over Judge Aaron Persky’s sentencing of Stanford rapist Brock Turner continues, with The Guardian reporting that another wealthy defendant received a light sentence in his courtroom on the same day. Ming Hsuan Chiang, who beat his fiancée until she was bruised and bloody, was offered a 72-day plea deal…

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