Swedish Grad Students Who Pinned Down Stanford Sex Offender Speak Out

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Brock Turner is seen in booking photos released by the Stanford University Department of Public Safety, left, and the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office, right.

Two graduate students who said they witnessed Stanford University swimmer Brock Turner sexually assaulting a woman on campus have spoken out this week amid outrage over the Ohio native’s six-month jail sentence.

Swedish doctoral students Carl-Fredrik Arndt and Peter Jonsson – key witnesses in the case – were riding their bicycles through campus in January 2015 when they saw Turner on top of a woman on the ground behind a dumpster, Arndt told the Swedish news outlet Expressen on Tuesday.

They quickly could tell something was wrong, Arndt said. The woman was not moving, but Turner was “aggressively thrusting his hips into her,” the graduate students told authorities.

“She was unconscious, the entire time,” Arndt told CBS News. “I checked her and she didn’t move at all.”

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