"To do that to any rape victim is horrendous, but to do that with a 92-year-old woman is totally abhorrent," said Beth Knake, executive director of Project Help, which has helped the woman since she was raped two years ago.
...Knake, the co-founder of Project Help, and Celeste Infante, a counselor who has worked closely with Twardokus' victim, said the woman felt humiliated and angry.
People who commit rape do so because they look for vulnerability and a way of control the victim, Knake
said.The assault makes the victim feel powerless.
"It's an act of power and control, the rape is, and when the media prints the picture and name of the victim, it's again power and control that are taken away from the victim," Knake
The victim didn't want to comment on what happened and asked Project Help
to speak on her
has talked to the woman about her
options and they are considering a phone call or letter to FOX explaining how the station's actions affected her