In this image released by CBS shows, from Chanel to Miller during an interview on “60 Minutes. (60 Minutes, CBS, via AP
The woman who was sexually assaulted by a former Stanford University swimmer Brock Turner, said she was “shocked” when he found out that he had been convicted and sentenced to six months in prison, during a TELEVISION interview on Sunday, sent.
Chanel Miller, who earlier this month revealed his identity after being known for years, “Emily, Don,” she said, and she was shocked by the Judge Aaron Persky a light sentence handed down in March of 2016.
“I was in a state of shock,” Miller told CBS ‘ “60 Minutes.”
“There are some young men, particularly young men of color, which have longer sentences for non-violent crimes, and for having a teenie-weenie bit of weed in their pockets,” she said. “He’s just been convicted of three felonies. And he’s going to need a month for each and every offense. How do you explain that to me?”
Turner faces a maximum sentence of 14 years in prison after being convicted of three felony counts of sexual assault for the January 2015 rape. The former athlete’s sentence was later reduced due to good behavior and was released after serving only 90 days.
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Miller also recalled learning of the news articles about the details of her rape, that she was going out to a fraternity party.
“It was surreal, the news broken to me by the internet,” Miller said. “I was just sitting at my desk, surrounded by co-workers, have been reading up on how I was stripped and then penetrated and broken in a bed of pine needles, behind a dumpster.”
It is also to push back against the public opinion, including those comments made online, that she was to blame for her own assault because she had been drinking.
“Rape is not a punishment for getting drunk,” Miller said. “And it’s a really sick mentality in our culture, if you deserve it and rape you if you drink too much.”
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“You deserve a hangover, a bad boy, but you don’t deserve to have their body parts on the inside of you,” she added.
Miller will also meet up with Peter Johansson, and Carl-Arndt, of the two Swedish students who intervened in the attack and chased down the victory, on the night of Sunday to Monday in the program.
“The night of the assault, what happened was a miracle, what happened was that I was saved,” says Miller. “And to think that of the two Swedes, who know that it is the right thing to do, and that would be really good, that always gave me hope.”
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“They changed the story,” Miller added. “They have changed the entire course of my life.”
Miller is set to have a reminder on Tuesday with the title “Know My Name” is about her sexual assault experience and its aftermath.