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Chanel Miller meets the men who stopped her assault

CBS News Sunday, 22 September 2019
More than four years after they stopped Brock Turner's assault, Chanel Miller finally meets the former Swedish grad students who rescued her
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News video: Chanel Miller Speaks Out In First Interview Since Brock Turner Assault

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Chanel Miller Speaks Out In First Interview Since Brock Turner Assault Known as “Emily Doe" for years, Miller sat down with '60 Minutes' to reclaim her identity. In January 2015, the author was found half-naked behind a dumpster by two graduate students as Turner tried to flee. Her impact...

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