Carole Johnson

Does anyone find the situation of a gang-rape perpetrated by law partners, senators and judges to be past believable? No man of stature would take part in a crime that so many other powerful people had knowledge of, when his career is at risk. The powerful commit horrific crimes, even rape. Would any of those high-level men giving other men in their social class dirt on them. In college, maybe. NEVER WOULD HAPPEN.

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Jillian Well, in the situation in the book, I don't think the law partners are worried about any of their colleagues or the other men ratting them out because it is something that would look bad for all of them. No one would be able to walk away from this scandal free, and so everyone keeps their mouths shut, making the need to silence McKenna and Danielle even greater. Those two women are literally the only two who will tell on them all.
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