More women are coming forward with their rapes and sexual assaults today than ever before. From Des Moines to Tumblr.
“No one deserves to be victimized.” A short but strong rally for Daisy Coleman, the teenager who says she was driven from her Missouri town after being assaulted.
What happens when a freshman at your college is named in a major rape scandal?
“I’m Daisy Coleman, the teenager at the center of the Maryville rape media storm, and this is what really happened,” writes the 14-year-old on xoJane.com.
The case’s former prosecutor said he will ask a court to appoint a special prosecutor to look into the 2012 alleged assault of Daisy Coleman. A victory for “Justice For Daisy.”
Paige Parkhurst, who was just 13 at the time of the attack in Maryville, Mo., is now speaking out about her sexual assault.
Two Republican leaders are calling for the state’s attorney general to revisit the alleged rape of Daisy Coleman. The county sheriff maintains the case was handled “flawlessly.”
“Certainly we care about the welfare and wellbeing of our citizens, but … we’ve not been involved in it,” said the mayor of Maryville, where the handling of a young girl’s alleged rape has been criticized.
Between Anonymous hackers and local activists, Maryville is poised to follow Steubenville as the next small-town home of a major teenage rape case.
A mother says that after her teenage daughter was found unconscious on their porch, the town of Maryville, Missouri, drove them out.