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Ex-Vanderbilt Football Player Convicted of Rαping Unconscious Student Tells All to Dr. Phil

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Former Vanderbilt University football player Cory Batey, convicted of rαpingCory Batey an unconscious student, recently conducted an interview with Dr. Phil.

“His niche seems to be helping heal families, and this interview was not about Cory, it was about helping the healing to begin for everyone,”  said Worrick Robinson, Cory Batey’s attorney, according to Stacey Barchenger, who writes for The Tennessean. “It was about, I think, a bigger picture in all of this … the alcohol abuse going on, the culture argument, the culture.”

Robinson said Batey agreed to do the interview because he wants to prevent other young people from making the same mistakes he made.

“It’s not going to happen overnight. I know that, and Cory knows that,” Robinson said. “Hopefully the message from this is people can begin to heal, and it’s a national problem that needs to be addressed and needs light shined on it.”

The rαpe case made national headlines, partly due to the planning and brυtality of the assαult.

“The facts of the case are horrifying. According to prosecutors and witness testimony, Brandon Vandenburg, then a member of the Vanderbilt football team, asked fellow players Cory Batey, Jaborian ‘Tip’ McKenzie, and Brandon Banks to help him bring an unconscious young woman into his dorm room. McKenzie testified that once they arrived in the room, Vandenburg said ‘we’re going to f*ck this b*tch’ and handed out condoms to the group,” Vox reported.

It continues: “The victim was then sexually assaulted for approximately thirty minutes. The men documented their own crimes by taking photographs and videos with their phones. That footage, which showed the victim lying totally unresponsive as she was violated, proved to be crucial at Vandenburg and Batey’s trial.”

 

 

 

4 Comments

  1. Nino

    February 5, 2015 at 11:59 am

    There were two other perpetrators.. who I believe are white boys whom have not been to trial yet. All of them need to FRY, particulary Vandenburg who was trying to cover and obstruct all the evidence and was the most vocal about hiding what all the 4 boys did. The idea to rape this girl was NOT this black guy idea as the mastermind, although, he had the condoms.. not to belittle this horrible incident and sexual violation of raped victim. I’m just saying the black guy was not the mastermind.. the white boys were.. it will be interesting to see who will receive the most harsh sentence. When its evident that the boy named Vanderburg was the mastermind and the one obstructed evidence, not this guy.

    • Nino

      February 5, 2015 at 12:04 pm

      Correction: Vandenburg had the condoms and said we’re going F’K this ‘itch… not Cory Batey noted in this article.

    • Playrighter

      February 5, 2015 at 3:02 pm

      Just curious: Why do you use the term “black GUY” but white “BOYS”?

  2. ericaf

    February 9, 2015 at 9:47 am

    His actions not only bought disgrace to his family, but destroyed his life and future. He will always be known as a rapist for that one act of lapse in judgment. The lesson in all this is the black man will do the most time because his family most likely doesn’t have the resources to get the highest paid lawyer to get the results he would like. Followers always lose.

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