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Mother describes daughter’s call in Dartmouth rape trial
She described her distraught 18-year-old daughter calling home last spring and attempting to tell her what had happened.
“I made sure she had escorts everywhere she went” on campus, the mother testified, saying she arrived in Hanover to be with her daughter a couple of days after receiving her call.
In a trial that’s scheduled to last two weeks, the alleged victim was on the stand Tuesday and again Wednesday morning.
The alleged victim, however, testified that Gilbert ignored her after she awoke and said several times that she did not want to have sex with him.
Paul Danyow, a Dartmouth student who said he was living in a room in the same dormitory as the alleged victim last spring, testified that they and another female student, the woman’s roommate, had attended a fraternity party earlier in the night after a session of “pre-gaming” in the women’s dorm room. He said that was a Dartmouth term for drinking before going out for an evening that could involve drinking games, which he said he later participated in at the fraternity.
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