The Brock Allen Turner sexual-assault case at Stanford University ignited public outrage this past Thursday after Turner, with some intervention from former California Governor Grey Davis, Judge Aaron Persky and Dan Allen Turner (Brock’s father), was sentenced to a miniscule six months in a jail.
The violent rape case has made headlines since the trial began earlier this year but went viral over this past weekend after the accused, Brock Allen Turner, 20, a champion swimmer, was sentenced by Persky to what many critics denounced as a lenient stint in jail, and BuzzFeed published a full statement from the unidentified woman who was attacked.
It is highly likely that Turner did not lose much sleep prior to his rape sentencing hearing that rightfully should have lead to a very lengthy jail time sentencing, for his conviction for three felony sexual assault charges.
With his father Dan in his corner, a long time friend, and Stanford alumni of former California Governor Gray Davis, Brock Turner availed himself of Democratic ‘cronyism’ working at its worst against the rights of a violently raped women.
The Clinton, Gray Davis, Alan Persky and Dan Turner Connection
Both Gray Davis and Dan Turner graduated from Stanford in 1962 and have publically been friends for many years.
Additionally Gray Davis, Dan Allan Turner, and Persky are former Stanford fraternity brothers with the Zeta Psi fraternity, which may have lead to Gray’s judicial appointment of Persky in 2003.
Judge Aaron Persky, who presided over the Brock Turner case, is a judge for the Superior Court of Santa Clara County in California. He was appointed to his judicial seat by his long time friend and former California governor Gray Davis in September 2003 to succeed Conrad Rushing.
Helping his friend Dan Turner’s son with getting away with rape, has not been the first favor Gray Davis has done for Turner.
For instance, in February of 2003 former California Governor Gray Davis funneled $300m to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection unit in San Luis Obispo, managed by Dan Turner.
In October of 2003, former comptroller and then Governor Davis was subjected to numerous allegations of mismanagement of the questionable emergency funds that were allocated to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection units, which helped lead to Davis’s 2003 recall as governor in favor of Republican Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Hillary Clinton has been a long time friend and supporter of Gray Davis. On May 6, 2016, New York Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton endorsed the re-election of Gov. Gray Davis ridiculously calling him “a strong champion of the rights and opportunities of women.” On May 19, 2016, Gray Davis reciprocated Clinton’s endorsement by endorsing Crooked Hillary Clinton for her 2016 presidential bid.
Although there is no concrete evidence that links Clinton to the travesty of justice resulting in the asinine sentencing of Brock Turner, Clinton who campaigns of the promise to protect the rights of all women, may find her recent endorsement of Gray an endorsement that many come back to haunt her campaign.
Dan Turner on Friday released a statement to the press stating that his son should not do jail time for the sexual assault, which he referred to as “the events” and “20 minutes of action” that were not violent.
He said that his son suffered from depression and anxiety in the wake of the trial and argued that having to register as a sex offender — and the loss of his appetite for food he once enjoyed — was punishment enough.
Brock Turner also lost a swimming scholarship to Stanford and has given up on his goal of competing at the Olympics.
“I was always excited to buy him a big rib-eye steak to grill or to get his favorite snack for him,” Dan Turner wrote. “Now he barely consumes any food and eats only to exist. These verdicts have broken and shattered him and our family in so many ways.”
The Santa Clara, Calif., district attorney, Jeff Rosen, did not agree with Dan Turner’s assessment of the situation. In a statement, he said the sentence “did not fit the crime” and called Brock a “predatory offender” who refused to take responsibility or show remorse.
“Campus rape is no different than off-campus rape,” Mr. Rosen said. “Rape is rape.”
The editorial board of The San Jose Mercury News agreed, calling the sentence “a slap on the wrist” and “a setback for the movement to take campus rape seriously” in an editorial
Dan Turner also said his son planned to use his time on probation to educate college students “about the dangers of alcohol consumption and sexual promiscuity” so that he could “give back to society in a net positive way.”
Brock Turner’s victim rebuked Dan Turner’s Letter:
It is deeply offensive that he would try and dilute rape with a suggestion of “promiscuity.” By definition, rape is not the absence of promiscuity, rape is the absence of consent, and it perturbs me deeply that he can’t even see that distinction.
The Brock Turner case is a travesty of justice. Again, an unfortunate woman has fell victim to a biased justice administered from political cronyism in lieu of what is just and fair.
If Brock Turner had raped me, I would of have put him six feet under the ground where he belongs because I know from experience not to trust the courts in America to prosecute anyone who belongs to the elite class of perverted scumbags that run our country.
The Brock Turner rape case is another example of a corrupt judicial system that has shown the American public again that in American you get as much as justice as you can afford to buy.
As for Lyin’ Crooked Hillary Clinton: Bitch, how dare you claim to be Champion of Women’s rights. Is it not enough that you protect your raping perverted husband from being rightfully prosecuted for all the women he has raped without adding insult to injury by supporting a scumbag former governor in California from protecting his crony’s sons?