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The only thing worse than the rape itself must be being accused of lying yet that is exactly what happened and may still happen when a woman reports being raped. These Pulitzer Prize winning journalists honed in on one case of a young woman in the Seattle area in 2008 and then a string of rapes in Colorado that continued until his capture in 2011. You will shake your head in disbelief at the number of times the police could have ended this serial rapist if they had only followed up and not prejudged the victim to be giving a false report. The authors do a great job of calling out the mistakes but also highlighting where departments did do the right thing and connected the dots between the states. Miller and Armstrong got into the head of the rapist and the victims making it painfully clear that many of the women felt like they had been victimized twice - by the rapist and by law enforcement, friends and family who did not believe them.
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