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They also talked about resilience, friendship and the power of their own voices.
The girls are each part of a petition filed in April in Livingston County Juvenile Court against a now 16-year-old Brighton Township boy.
Three Livingston County teen girls lock hands, as they have done many times during court hearings during the last eight months. 19, 2017, the girls described fear, pain nightmares and anxiety following sexual assault, but also said they have developed a strong friendship during the court process.
Three Livingston County girls described physical and emotional pain, nightmares and missed opportunities as they stood before a juvenile court referee to make victim impact statements in a sexual assault case last week.
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He knew about my family and my ambitions.”The assaults left her “broken, groped and lost in this world,” the girl said during her emotional statement. I am strong and I am capable and loved.”She also said she and the other two girls named in the sexual assault petitions are “the two strongest girls in the world" and the three are now "the closest of friends."The girl's mother, like the other parents, also took a turn at the podium, saying until her daughter was assaulted, she never questioned whether she was “good mother.” “You made me question that,” she told the boy. ‘Maybe I am too young to have a teenager, too poor to raise her in Brighton. I told my friend's mom what had happened and she didn’t really do anything except tell the other people that went with us not to tell anyone."She was wracked with guilt, she said, and blamed herself.
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