On Friday, the former Stanford University swimmer who was convicted of sexually assaulting an unconscious woman got out of jail just three months after a judge sentenced him to six months behind bars. Brock Turner was released to due "good behavior."
"Frustration is probably one of the main feelings," said Kim Pipkin, assistant district attorney in Jefferson County. "How do I turn around and tell the next victim that it's worth it?"
"This kind of case does not help at all," said Cheryl Williams, the executive director the the Crisis Center in Beaumont.
Williams pointed out that Turner's victim will suffer a much lengthier sentence.
"She's the person who's going to have to deal with rape trauma syndrome, a series of emotions that affect victims in various ways, sometimes for the rest of their lives," she said.
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