A viral post has used rapist Brock Turner to highlight how prevalent white privilege is in the US justice system.
Brock Turner received just three months in prison for a very serious crime.
This viral post highlights how Brock Turner is the ultimate demonstration of white privilege
Brock Turner was guilty of three counts of sexual assault. Although Turner faced a maximum sentence of 14 years, he was only sentenced to six months prison for his crime. He was a free man within three. #60Mins
For four long years, Chanel Miller wasn’t allowed to be herself. She was Emily Doe, the faceless victim of a college champion swimmer, Brock Turner, who sexually abused her and discarded her behind a dumpster. Now on #60Mins , Chanel’s incredible story of survival and strength.
Chanel was unconscious at the time of the attack and powerless to stop Brock Turner. She was also unaware that two Swedish students were riding past, interrupting, chasing down and pinning Turner down until police arrived. #60Mins
She has been known to the world as “Emily Doe,” the sexual assault victim of Stanford swimmer Brock Turner. Now she’s revealing her name and face. Chanel Miller, here reading her victim impact statement, gives her first interview to "60 Minutes"
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