By Daily Mail Reporter. Broward Circuit Judge Lisa Porter reluctantly set bail for two teenaged girls accused of orchestrating the brutal gang rape of a year-old Hollywood girl. The girls, ages 15 and 16, wept near the end of the hearing as Judge Porter tried to find the words to express her shock and disgust upon being shown a video of the attack that one of the girls recorded on her cellphone. The teenagers beating the year-old girl so badly that she broke bones in her face and bled from her ear. By the end of the vicious assault she was unable to open her eyes before she fell unconscious. Accused: Erica Avery, right, and Dwight Henry, left, are two of three teenagers that have been charged as adults after they helped to strip and held the year-old girl victim down while Woolfork forced himself on her. Bail: Calling it one of the most 'depraved' crimes in her plus-year career, Broward Circuit Judge Lisa Porter reluctantly set bail for two teenaged girls accused of orchestrating the brutal gang rape of a year-old Hollywood girl. They are thugs and should be treated like thugs.
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Abused girl whose photos circulate on Web gets judges to order viewers to pay.
Audio: Listen to this story. To hear more feature stories, download the Audm app for your iPhone. Last week I returned to Amherst. I remember you proudly repped N. I have a distinct memory of you in the signing line, saying nothing to anyone, intense. I assumed you were going to ask me to read a manuscript or help you find an agent, but instead you asked me about the sexual abuse alluded to in my books. You asked, quietly, if it had happened to me. I wish I had told you the truth then, but I was too scared in those days to say anything.
On Saturday night, a fifteen year old girl was brutally gang raped outside a homecoming dance she attended. According to media reports, more than two dozen students watched, photographed and filmed while as many as ten different people raped her. The girl was found lying unconscious under a bench. Yesterday, three young men were arraigned in the case wearing bulletproof vests after police reportedly received threats on their lives. In reality, it took several days before the national media deemed this hideous event worthy of coverage at all. On Thursday, five days after the rape, the women of The View marveled that California law only mandates reporting of a sexual assault when the victim is under the age of fourteen. And almost all the media coverage of the gang rape has focused on the twenty or so bystanders who watched and even live-tweeted the brutalization of a fellow student. When the rape was eventually reported by the mainstream media, victim-blaming was first on the agenda.