When reading in British univs of student deaths you feel students are being targeted if different or minority. Abuse comes under the same heading. M Kercher was sex abused in US. Her freed accused attackers, Knox and Sollecito, are advertised in Metro mag which I just read, as having friendly chats over the miles, intending to get together.
Now the US main news channels highlight issues where US black students are being sex abused and hounded. One area Texas is focussed on but it may be going on in other areas. I did not know the word 'sorority' when reading in general about this kind of thing. Is this kind of thing rife in US?
The word 'sorority' means student group? Are these girls from a univ or student body? Illustrating the principle outlined above, such are vulnerable in British universities, now vulnerable in US student institutions. They tend to go for those with low rights seen as different. Despite being sold up as clever students are often poor or having restricted rights, having a good time in what effectively is a social backwater. The vulnerability factor has been used when saying the accused assailant was being watched by the girls, as if they were criminal rather than him. They often seem to do this cruelty in such cases, according to what you read. Hatred comes to the victim for accusing another or crying out distress and confusion.
How widespread it this? How protected the ladies? What goes on in US student life where you hear bullying is rife in schools? Even though allowed to go home there was evidence A Knox lived a steamy life. Is she typical? Will this kind of thing stop and moral decency be outlined again? Time will tell?