Stanford Rapist Brock Turner’s Returns Home To Ohio…Police Are Sent To PROTECT Him? [VIDEO]

Stanford Rapist Brock Turner’s Returns Home To Ohio…Police Are Sent To PROTECT Him? [VIDEO]

When Brock Turner, champion swimmer, college fraternity boy, as well as heavy drinker and drug doer extraordinaire came upon an unconscious 23 year-old woman lying in an alley one night, he did what anyone would do…wait, no he didn’t, instead of helping her, he raped her. And that horrific crime will now haunt him the rest of his life. Brock Turner took something that didn’t belong to him, he stole something precious from a woman who was in no condition to defend herself. One moment in time changed the life of his victim forever. And it changed his too. There will never be a time he is not viewed with suspicion or allowed to work with children. His neighbors will always be informed that they have a sex offender living nearby and every job he applies for will know it too. But he didn’t think about any of this when he decided to take advantage of a helpless woman. His release from jail this past Friday is raising anger all over again. Scroll down for video.

After completing three months in county jail in California, Turner has now been released to his parents and is going back to Ohio to live with them for the next three years of his probation. The protesters are already in place outside the family’s home in Ohio. Crime most certainly does not pay and he will never be able to forget about that terrible decision.

The sense among many is that since he received only three months jail time with three years of probation, that he essentially was given probation for the heinous crime of rape. And that does not sit well with anyone, especially Sheriff Laura Smith who has written a letter to California’s governor to emphasize that probation cannot be considered a reasonable punishment for rape. See letter below.

But the real irony is that his parents are asking for police protection of their son because they fear that he may be the victim of violence. Really? One wonders how the 23 year-old woman must have felt when she learned she had been the victim of Brock Turner’s violent behavior? His violence is, of course, no excuse for those who are angered by him to turn violent. Two wrongs do not make a right. But the irony sure is thick on this one, isn’t it? How does it feel to fear being harmed, Brock? No doubt you will find out over the next years of your life. One decision; a lifetime of pain for both the victim and the perpetrator. No one is entitled to another person’s body for any purpose whatsoever if that person has not authorized it. And that is a lesson Mr. Turner will ponder every single day.

Sonja Bochow

I live in Newark, DE, am married, and the mother of four children; Liam, Brenna, Keira and Erin. I am also a full time Bible teacher and have a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from West Chester University.

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