She memorized her attacker’s whispered taunts and gauged how tall he was, his weight, even his shoe size through quick peeks under the black shirt he had shoved over her face.
After an hour, he got off of her and started a conversation, trying to assuage his guilt. Corban, now 21, used that time as well to get to know her attacker.
“He would keep his voice in a whisper, talking to me, and he wouldn’t shut up,” said Corban, a University of Northern Colorado senior, recalling the May 12, 2006, attack. “He said he felt bad about this. He said it would ruin his day.”
But that didn’t stop him from threatening to return if she told anyone about the attack."
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