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    A man with disabilities was coloring at Tahoe Park on Friday afternoon when he was allegedly attacked and raped by a group of five men. Steven Greyeyes-Clouse wants to speak out so that his perpetrators can be caught, to protect others and to open a dialog with others who have experienced something similar. He says is receiving an outpouring of community support in response for the trauma he has suffered.

A man with disabilities was coloring at Tahoe Park on Friday afternoon when he was allegedly attacked and raped by a group of five men. Steven Greyeyes-Clouse wants to speak out so that his perpetrators can be caught, to protect others and to open a dialog with others who have experienced something similar. He says is receiving an outpouring of community support in response for the trauma he has suffered. Autumn Payne The Sacramento Bee
A man with disabilities was coloring at Tahoe Park on Friday afternoon when he was allegedly attacked and raped by a group of five men. Steven Greyeyes-Clouse wants to speak out so that his perpetrators can be caught, to protect others and to open a dialog with others who have experienced something similar. He says is receiving an outpouring of community support in response for the trauma he has suffered. Autumn Payne The Sacramento Bee

Alleged gang rape of disabled man in Sacramento park investigated

May 29, 2017 08:11 PM

UPDATED May 29, 2017 09:49 PM

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