But Miranda said one of the victim's proposed quotes was inappropriate and the other may upset other sexual assault victims.
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Dauber said the university offered unacceptable alternatives, including a quote that reads: "I'm OK, everything's OK." She said the university's suggested quote was an out-of-context reference to the victim trying to comfort her sister upon their first meeting after the assault.
Dauber said the decision to reject the quotes the victim suggested "was a very poor choice."
"Given the situation, Emily felt the best course was to decline to participate in the memorial plaque," Dauber said, The Stanford Daily reports.
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Known in court as Emily Doe, the statement she read at Turner's sentencing detailed the assault, the investigation and her reluctant participation in Turner's trial and called for better treatment of sexual assault victims. The statement was widely circulated on social media and has served as a rallying point for sexual abuse victims.
The case itself also prompted nationwide protests and criticism of the justice system's treatment of sexual assault victims.
Dauber leads a campaign to remove Santa Clara County Judge Aaron Persky from office because of his sentence of Turner. The campaign gathered enough signatures to place the recall election on the June ballot.
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