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'I am not blaming her directly for this, because that isn’t right.But where do we draw the line and stop worrying about being politically correct every second of the day and see that rape on campuses isn’t always because people are rapists.'She went on to write that Turner, and others who commit similar acts, are 'not rapists' but 'idiot boys and girls having too much to drink and not being aware of their surroundings and having clouded judgement.'Rasmussen backtracked on some of these statements however earlier this week in a long Facebook note, posted after she and her band Good English had multiple Brooklyn shows cancelled as a consequence of her letter and the outrage it caused among members of the public.'I understand that this appeal has now provided an opportunity for people to misconstrue my ideas into a distortion that suggests I sympathize with sex offenses and those who commit them or that I blame the victim involved,' wrote Rasmussen.She also stated: 'I know that Brock Turner was tried and rightfully convicted of sexual assault.I realize that this crime caused enormous pain for the victim.Letters of support: Turner's friend Leslie Rasmussen (left) has backtracked on statement she made to the court about the convicted felon while Judge Margaret Quinn (right) is standing by her letter of support Turner's childhood friend Leslie Rasmussen has also distanced herself from a character statement she wrote on behalf of the convicted felon that, despite her claims to the contrary, seemed to blame the victim.'I don’t think it’s fair to base the fate of the next ten + years of his life on the decision of a girl who doesn’t remember anything but the amount she drank to press charges against him,' wrote Rasmussen.Prosecutors in the case now say that the image - and another of what appears to be a bong - prove that Turner partied and used drugs well before his college days, and lied to the judge in the case when he denied ever using 'illicit substances' in the past.Turner stated in his letter to Judge Persky: 'Living more than 2,000 miles from home, I looked to the guys on my swim team as family and tried to replicate their values in how they approached college life.'These photos however make it clear he had used drugs and alcohol well before his college days claim prosecutors, something that Judge Persky did not seem to take issue with when handing down his sentence.
I don’t condone, support, or sympathize with the offense or the offender.' 'Although I was asked to share how I knew him, how long I have known him, his character and personality, time spent with him, activities together, and any other opinion I had on the matter, I was not there that night.
I had no right to make any assumptions about the situation.'I fully understand the outrage over Brock’s sentencing and my statement.