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Stanford Scuttles Plans For Plaque Marking Sexual Assault Over Quote Dispute

The university rejected the victim's ideas for words to go on the memorial, insisting she chose from a statement she read at her attacker's sentencing. She has decided to withdraw from the process.

A woman who was sexually assaulted by a Stanford University swimmer outside a campus fraternity party will no longer participate in the creation of a memorial marking the site of her attack.

University spokesman

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