This booking photo released by the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office shows Brock Turner, the former Stanford University swimmer who was sentenced last week to six months in jail and three years' probation for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman, January 2015.
Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office—AP
June 7, 2016 3:56 PM EDT

Despite his friends’ and family’s attempts to paint Brock Turner as a victim, the 20-year-old was convicted of sexually assaulting a woman, now 23, while she was unconscious behind a dumpster at a fraternity party on Stanford University’s Palo Alto, California, campus in 2015.

According to Turner’s father, it’s alcohol‘s fault.

According to Turner’s friend Leslie Rasmussen, it was a case of “clouded judgement.”

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But, as this chart so deftly points out, figuring out who and what to blame is not complicated at all. Because one thing causes rape: Rapists.

Clothing, excessive drinking, flirting and walking alone all are not reasons — or excuses — for rape.

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Rapists are the sole cause of rape. Period.

So, Brock Turner apologists: Please refer to the chart in case there is any further confusion.

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