Let me explain something to you, Brock, and to anyone else who participates in the activities I'm going to describe.
- When you drag or carry or herd an extremely drunk person to an out of the way place, you're probably planning a rape, and thus are a rapist.
- If you remove her bra, you're a rapist.
- If you pull down the top of her dress, you're a rapist.
- If you pull her skirt up high, all the way above the waist, you're a rapist.
- If you remove her panties, you're a rapist.
- If you touch her ass or genitals, you're a rapist.
- If you stick your fingers into her vagina, you're a rapist.
- If you hump her, you're a rapist.
- If you don't manage to get your cock out and into her, you're still a rapist.
Men who don't want to be known as rapists, here's something you can do: Don't rape anyone. Don't even get close. There's not a fine line between raping someone and not raping them. It's a very wide line, and don't even start crossing it. That's how you avoid rape, and how you avoid being a rapist.
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Extras. The victim's statement is a tower of strength. No exaggeration in it, but she totally takes the defendant apart in all his slimy nastiness and double-talk.
Update 8/9/18. His appeal was rejected. The court found there was sufficient evidence for conviction, counter to his appeal claim.