Kelley Lucero, the outreach coordinator for the Sexual Assault Response Team of the Shelter in Columbia, once worked with a 14-year-old girl who was raped by a family friend in a small Missouri town. The first thing police asked the victim to do was take a lie detector test.
Rape victims to gain more rights under proposed bill
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