September 06, 2015 at 03:43PM on Facebook

‘It’s the magnitude of the system’s failure, and the resulting tragedy, that gets to Dissell. “I think about the thousands of serial rapists that were somehow able to get away with it because of the deficiencies in our system,” she says. “How were they able to pick the most vulnerable people, the people that either had drug addictions, or mental health issues, or other problems, and prey on those people? They didn’t get caught because we couldn’t deal with creating a system that helps those people, or listens to those people, or believes those people.”’
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