EX-STANFORD SWIMMER PERFORMED ‘SEXUAL OUTERCOURSE,’ NOT RAPE, LAWYER ARGUES IN APPEAL
A lawyer for former Stanford University swimmer Brock Turner argued this week that his client’s attempted rape conviction should be overturned because he was practicing “sexual outercourse,” which the lawyer described as a form of “safe sex.”
Turner never intended to rape an unconscious woman, he said. The lawyer cited witness accounts that Turner was “violently thrusting but fully clothed” when two Swedish graduate students found him on top of a half-naked, intoxicated woman in 2015.
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