There is so much wrong with this scenario. First, warrants or no warrants, it is appalling that Florida police would choose to arrest the victim of a sexual assault. Second, it is even more appalling that Hillsborough County jailers evidently decided that their religious beliefs were more important that “R.W.”‘s when they decided to deny her access to “morning after” contraceptives that had been prescribed to her, irrespective of your views on abortion or birth control. Hillsborough County, Florida violated this woman after she had already been violated by her assailant.
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