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She said the intruder tried to pull her legs apart. She reached down and twisted the bottom of the scrub gown between her legs. After a while he gave up and insisted for a long time that she kiss him and submit to him. She refused, and he said that he would finally leave if she kissed him again. Desperate, she kissed him, but he still refused to leave. Then, she said, Dailey asked to suck her breast and tried to pull her gown down. He kissed her on the neck and left a mark. By now she estimated about an hour had passed. The young woman tried to get up to reach her phone, but he put his hands on her throat and used his weight to push her down. She felt herself being choked. She felt as though she were about to pass out, and "I felt that if I acted like I was going to pass out sooner than I really would, he would get scared, which seemed to work. I started gagging, and he said, 'I don't want to kill her,' under his breath, and he pulled himself away." He warned her she had better not say anything to anyone because it would ruin his reputation on the team. He tried to pull her legs apart again, and then he fell asleep on top of the young woman. He slept for about 15 minutes but awoke when she tried to wriggle free.
Q. What happened when he woke up?
A. He pushed me back down again...and he kissed me, this time forcibly.
Q. What happened next?
A. He told me that, to feel him.... I just said no, I just said no.... He pulled down his pants, grabbed my hand, put it down there and told me to feel him.
As Dailey became more insistent, she said, she decided to masturbate him because "Number one, it would pacify him and he wouldn't be so aggressive with me, and number two, if he was able to ejaculate, he would not be able to rape me." The student said that after she refused Dailey's demand for oral sex, he ejaculated on the bedsheets and then fell asleep on top of her. It was now about 5:30 or 6 in the morning. About a half hour later, she said, he rolled off her, and she realized that he was in a deeper sleep than he had been previously. At about 6:45, she slid down to the bottom of the bed and left through the door.
She went across the hall to go to the bathroom, and then headed downstairs to the second floor to see the dorm resident director, Ed Confino, "because I had in mind something that would get Quintin out of my room." She didn't tell Confino that there was anyone in her room or that she had been assaulted. Instead, she asked him to wait two or three minutes, phone her room and then hang up. If she didn't return to Confino's room in 10 minutes, he was to come up to find out what was going on. She went back upstairs to the bathroom across from her room, crouched down and looked out through ventilation slats in the door to see if Dailey came out of her room. She saw Charlie Reynes, another resident adviser, coming down the hall and called to him. She asked him to knock on the door to her room and call out her name, without explaining why. She could see Reynes's feet through the slats when he knocked on her door. After he knocked a second time, she saw someone leave her room and Reynes chase him, not toward the men's annex but to an exit. She went back down to Confino's room and explained, without naming anyone, what had happened in her room that night. Reynes then showed up in Confino's room to report that a color television set had been stolen from his room earlier that same evening and also that he had chased and confronted a man who had run from the young woman's room.
Cross examination of the young woman by Dailey's attorney, George Walker:
Q. Did Charlie indicate that he in any way recognized the individual?