Victims fight back: 'Look what we can do, not look what was done to us'

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Mother wants to see laws on video voyeurism changed
Stutesman and her 10-year-old daughter traveled to Salem on Wednesday to meet with Senator Knopp. With the Oregon legislative session almost halfway over for 2013, Daniels said he is hoping the new law will be added as an amendment to an existing bill already introduced to the House of Representatives. “When something like this happens to you, you can stick up for yourself,” said Stutesman. “You don’t have to just put up with what the circumstances are.” Stutesman added that she hopes her daughter can learn something positive about the legislative process from her traumatizing encounter. “I hope that’s what she takes from this when she looks back on it,” said Stutesman, “Look what we can do, not look what was done to us.”