Convicted rapist Brock Turner may have only served a 3-month jail sentence, but his life back home in Ohio doesn’t seem to be going very well.
Turner is living with his parents, who reside in Sugarcreek Township, a suburb of Dayton. Currently, their home is surrounded by protestors…some armed…who are holding up signs saying “castrate your local rapist” and “shoot your local rapist”.
“He’s just not welcome,” Molly Hardin, one of Turner’s neighbors, told CBS.
“He’s not gonna live some happy, pleasant life,” one protester told WHIO in Dayton, Ohio. “We’re going to never let him forget what he did.”
In March, a jury unanimously found Turner guilty on three counts of sexual assault: intent to commit rape of an unconscious person, sexually penetrating an unconscious person with a foreign object and sexually penetrating an intoxicated person with a foreign object. In June, Persky gave Turner six months behind bars, arguing that prison time would have a “severe impact” on the young man and his then-promising future as a swimmer.
Turner has five days to report to the sheriff’s office and register as a sex offender.
Take a look:
brock turner has the best neighbors pic.twitter.com/kECzPMagWh
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