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Trial of former Dartmouth student heading into second week
The state’s case appeared to suffer a setback Thursday when Nancy Wu, the alleged victim’s dormitory mate last spring, was questioned by Gilbert’s attorney, Robert Cary.
She testified that although she was in her room, awake, and within earshot when Gilbert was allegedly attacking her dorm mate, she said didn’t hear anything occurring that she would have described as a sexual assault.
“You certainly didn’t hear the sound of anyone falling to the floor,” Cary said.
“Not that I remember,” Wu said.
“No,” Wu responded
“There was nothing out of the ordinary, other than the sounds of sex?” he asked.
“No,” Wu said.
Detective Capt. Frank Moran, who is also the Hanover Police Department’s acting chief, testified Friday that he investigated the woman’s complaint last spring and interviewed more than 30 people, including many Dartmouth students he contacted by email during May and June.
The woman also told Moran that Gilbert called her vile names, and said, “Tell me that you like it,” during the alleged attack, Moran testified.
“No, I’m almost done. Get back on the bed,” she said Gilbert told her.
The trial is scheduled to enter its sixth day today.
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