Police: Stanford Rapist Passed Around Nude Photos Of His Victim To Friends (IMAGES)


By now we are all aware of the heinous crime committed by Stanford student, Brock Allen Turner. The 19-year-old brutally assaulted and raped a young woman behind a dumpster while she was unconscious. After a judge only gave him an absurd 6-month sentence, people all over are enraged and calling for the judge’s dismissal.

Since the sentencing, his family have spoken out about how unfair this situation is for their “poor innocent little boy,” never mind what he did to a young woman whose life will never be the same.

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As it turns out, their precious baby boy isn’t as innocent as they would like us to believe, and it’s becoming more and more clear that Judge Persky was well aware of that fact before he decided to hand down that little slap on the wrist.

Turner’s cell phone records were all submitted to Judge Persky before sentencing and those records made it abundantly clear that Brock Turner was NOT the angel he claimed to be. Photos of him with a hash pipe in his mouth were found, as well as messages referencing marijuana, LSD and Ecstasy. The records also show him often using the racial slur “N*****.”

According to screenshots posted by the Daily Mail, it’s also possible that Turner took photos of his victim’s bare breasts and sent them to his friends. Turner and some of his teammates had a group chat set up in a phone app called GroupMe. According to court documents, after his arrest, police obtained a search warrant for Turner’s phone and found a message sent to him by teammate Justin Buck that said, “Whose tit is that?” The message was sent to Turner’s phone just hours after the attack and while he was in custody.

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Suspicious message on Turner’s cell phone. Courtesy of Daily Mail UK

Police believe that a picture of the victim’s breasts had been sent to the group but was then later deleted by a third party. Because GroupMe allows anyone in the group to delete a message or photo, there is no way to trace who actually did that. Regardless, it appears clear that a picture did, in fact, exist at some point and witness testimony, that Brock Turner was seen standing over his victim with his phone, makes this evidence even more damning.

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People’s Sentencing Memorandum, prepared by prosecutor Alaleh Kianierci. Courtesy of Daily Mail UK

It also appears, according to court documents seen by the Daily Mail, that this was not the first time that Brock Turner has been aggressive with women.

In a June 25 statement made to police, Stanford student Allison Harman and her friend Kelly Moran said that they had run into Turner at a party on January 9 — the weekend before he was arrested for assault — and that he was extremely “touchy” and “creeped them out.”

That report states:

‘While on campus, they attended a party at the Kappa Alpha fraternity where Ms Moran was introduced to the Defendant,’ the report reads.

‘She described the Defendant as living in the same dormitory as Ms Harman and said they had mutual friends but were not close.

‘She stated that during the party, she and Ms Harman were dancing on a table and the Defendant followed them onto the table.

‘She described the Defendant as being flirtatious. He put his hat on her and she took it off. He then started to dance behind her and tried to turn her around to face him.

‘She felt uncomfortable and tried to turn her body away so he would not be directly behind her. He became really ‘touchy’ and put his hands on her waist and stomach.

‘He even put his hands on her upper thighs. She felt more and more uncomfortable and got down off the table.

‘She said the Defendant ‘creeped’ her out because of his persistence.’

The victim’s sister also reported having an eerily similar experience with Turner. She alleges that he also acted aggressively with her — tried to kiss her multiple times, and she even had to get away from him after he “grabbed her wrist.”

In a sentencing memo to Judge Persky, prosecutor Alaleh Kianierci wrote:

‘Despite his lies that there was some sort of ‘flirtation’ between himself and [the victim’s sister] both at trial and in his statement to probation, it was abundantly clear from Jane Doe 2’s [the victim’s sister] testimony that she was caught completely off guard by his multiple attempts to kiss her that night.

‘She even had to get away from him after he grabbed her waist, and she alerted her friend Colleen to his behavior.’

She concluded: ‘Even though he was twice rejected by [the victim’s sister], he felt it was acceptable to pursue [the victim] later that night when she was alone and inebriated.

‘He purposefully took her to an isolated area, away from all the party goers, to an area that was dimly lit, and assaulted her on the ground next to a dumpster.’

Since reports of this crime, many are calling for a new sentence for Turner. It remains to be seen if this is possible, or if it will actually happen.

Watch State Rep. Ted Poe’s plea for a new sentence here:

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