Marie, who agreed to be identified only by her middle name, poses for this June 4 photograph, in Jefferson, La. The trauma continued long after her rape and was compounded, she said, by the incompetence and callousness of the New Orleans Police Department.
Marie, who agreed to be identified only by her middle name, poses for this June 4 photograph, in Jefferson, La. The trauma continued long after her rape and was compounded, she said, by the incompetence and callousness of the New Orleans Police Department. Gerald Herbert AP
Marie, who agreed to be identified only by her middle name, poses for this June 4 photograph, in Jefferson, La. The trauma continued long after her rape and was compounded, she said, by the incompetence and callousness of the New Orleans Police Department. Gerald Herbert AP

A rape, a non-investigation; 18 years until justice

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