There is no defense for rape.
And yet the classic tactic for defense lawyers is to turn the victim into someone who might have contributed to her own violation.
25-year-old Jennifer Bennett of Bend, Ore., was stunned to hear the tactics defense lawyers tried to use against her.
Having met Thomas Bray, an anesthesiologist and teacher at a local community college on Match.com, she thought her first date was going well.
Until she was subjected to a brutal five hours of being strangled, beaten, and sexually assaulted by Bray.
She pressed charges. The defense lawyers subpoenaed her computer records