The Wrap: Harvey Weinstein Trial: What the Opening Statements Will Say About Each Side’s Case
“A victim’s behavior can seem surprising to those of us on the outside,” Cook said. “Humiliated, demeaned survivors will sometimes do the opposite of (what) we might expect. Rather than run, they cling; rather than report, they cajole, they bargain, they flirt, and they do everything they can to stay in the good graces of their perpetrator.”
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