Target: Pawtucket, Rhode Island Chief Justice Paul A. Suttell
Goal: Help push for maximum penalty for four males who allegedly drugged, groped, and raped two fellow university students.
Four men were arrested and held without bail after allegedly drugging, raping, and groping two fellow college students. One man allegedly followed a victim to the bathroom, covered her mouth, and raped her. She then passed out only wake up to another man raping her. According to police, she was raped by at least three men.
These men manipulated, incapacitated, and then abused these poor, helpless women in the worst way. This is an unforgivable crime. Urge the district attorney to push for the most severe penalty and keep four more rapists out of schools and behind bars so they can’t hurt more people.
Dear Chief Justice Paul A. Suttell,
Two university students were allegedly drugged and raped by four different men who were fellow students. Police said one of the victims was raped by at least three different men.
What this group of demented, heartless monsters did to the victims should earn them the most severe punishment the law will allow. We urge you to take a stand against rape and sexual assault — especially with it being so common among colleges — and bring these victims justice by helping push for the maximum penalty for their crimes.
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Photo credit: Pawtucket Police Department