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Solidarity for victims of sexual assault at the Radcam

Notes of support for Brock Turner's victim have been put up on Radcliffe Camera's gates

The gates of the Radcliffe Camera have been covered with notes expressing solidarity for victims of sexual assault.

“To girls everywhere I am with you” is written across one large banner. On smaller notes others have written “It is not your fault”, “You are not alone” and “It happens here too – a survivor”.

These shows of solidarity come amid international outrage following the sentencing of Brock Turner. Turner, a former Stanford freshman, was caught assaulting an unconscious woman behind a frat house in 2015. He was recently sentenced to six months in jail after being convicted of sexual assault, which carries a penalty of up to 14 years.

During the trial, Turner blamed Stanford’s “party culture”. His father pleaded that his son should not go to jail for “twenty minutes of action”.

A petition to remove Judge Aaron Persky from the judicial bench for his leniency has received close to 1.2 million signatures.

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