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By Emily Bazelon April 28, Three years ago, a young woman befriended by the powerhouse author Jon Krakauer and his wife told them she had been raped when she was a teenager by a boy she knew and, later, for a second Owensboro and need some experience, by a family friend.
She was still struggling to recover.
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The Justice Department investigated the handling of 80 sexual assault cases in Missoula during this period, and Krakauer supplies dismaying details that would explain why the department found a pattern of disrespect and indifference toward alleged victims. The allegations split Missoula — especially because they involved the quarterback Jordan Johnson. On a Saturday Sexy wants sex tonight Olathe in Februarya woman whom Krakauer calls Cecilia Washburn her name was not released said she arranged to watch a movie with Johnson.
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Watching the movie on her bed, the two agree, they started kissing and Washburn let Johnson take her shirt off. He said they then had consensual sex.
Not tonight! Faced with this case and others, the university president fired the football coach and athletic director. This could have been the rare case in which a school throws out a star athlete for sexual assault.
But after a secret review, the Montana commissioner of higher education restored the quarterback to campus and to football. The case against Johnson moved to court, where he went on trial.
After Washburn testified, an expert explained why victims who are raped by a person they trusted sometimes freeze or act on autopilot, as they try to stave off the trauma with denial. But the jury found Johnson not guilty.
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As a result, the book feels one-sided. It also lacks texture.
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But he tells us little about these women outside of the experience of reporting rape and coping with the aftermath, reducing them, however inadvertently, to victimhood.