Young guy on Stanford swim team encounters young woman who was visiting her sister on campus and drank herself to unconsciousness. He called an ambulance for her, right? Well, not before he dragged her behind a dumpster and sexually assaulted her. Bad for him that two upperclassmen walked by, saw what was going on, and chased him down. Seems this whole thing was against some PC campus code.http://www.nytimes.com/2016/06/07/us/ou ... .html?_r=0
Pretty bad, eh? Yes, but not as bad as the letter his dad wrote describing the turmoil this all has caused his boy. https://twitter.com/mldauber/status/739 ... inks-click
Not only has this "twenty minutes of action" landed Sonny on the Sex Offender Registry, got him tossed from the swim team and banned from campus. He dropped out of school and the national swim team said no way would they ever take him on. The poor kid has gone into a funk so deep that he doesn't even enjoy a good rib eye steak anymore. All for a little loving? Or borderline necrophilia; call it what you will.
Apparently the letter worked, as the judge handed down a six month sentence instead of the six years the prosecutor wanted, the 14 years he could've got, or the lifetime bent over in the showers he would be serving in any world where justice prevailed.
The judge, a Stanford man himself, didn't want to wreck any lives.
Oh, and they took down the GoFundMe site for his defense.
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