Why Brock Turner's Victim Has Decided To Identify Herself

09.08.2019 - By The Quicky

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When we first read the powerful victim impact statement of the woman who was sexually assaulted by Stanford University student Brock Turner... it was under the name Emily Doe.

Now, Emily Doe is no longer, with Chanel Miller casting off her assumed identity to own her story and let the world know that she shouldn't be the one hiding when it is her attacker who should be shouldering the shame.

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