They will never hear of the terrifying day Melissa Schuster, 26, endured excruciating pain while being stabbed 17 times.
They will not be told that Schuster was raped by a black home invader; a real-life Tom Robinson.
They will not learn that 'Tom Robinson' beat his victim, leaving her with a fractured nose, broken bones, and eye injuries.
|The fictional Tom Robinson|
They will not see the photos of Schuster before and after she was attacked.
They will hear nothing from neo-feminists; the crime simply doesn't fit the cultural Marxism narrative that white people are the oppressing bourgeois and black must always be seen as the oppressed proletariat.
|The real Tom Robinson|
The 'Tom Robinson' accused of the crime is Londale Madison, 31.
Madison is a resident of South Bend, Indiana. He is accused of breaking into Schuster's Willowbrook, Ill. home Aug. 29, 2015.
He stopped to ask Schuster for gas money as he drove by her home. When she refused, he burst into her home and violently violated her.
So much for Tom Robinson.
Schuster's ordeal will be repeated hundreds of times before the following school year begins. Most victims will not come forward, but will suffer in silence as hate-filled white-privileged liberals indoctrinate our minds with a false reality through cinema and the nation's education system.
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A brave rape victim has come forward to talk about the afternoon she was sexually assaulted and stabbed 17 times by a man who broke into her home.
Melissa Schuster, 26, said she was waiving her anonymity because: 'I want to make a difference in someone else's life.'
She insisted she had 'defeated' her attacker through the support of her loved ones and her doctors.
Schuster, from Willowbrook, Illinois, spoke through tears as she described how she fought for her life as she was stabbed more than 17 times in her neck, back of her head and near her kidney and liver.
Her alleged attacker, Londale Madison, 31, from South Bend, Indiana, has been charged with attempted first-degree murder, aggravated criminal sexual assault, home invasion and armed robbery.
Schuster, who also suffered a fractured nose, broken bones in her cheeks and injuries to her left eye, told a press conference: 'I was determined I wasn't going to let this defeat me, that I would get on with my life. I want to make a difference in someone else's life.'
She was released by doctors at Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital in Downers Grove on Friday in a wheelchair after staging a remarkable recovery.
She was brought in for treatment on August 29 - and recalled how hearing a simple baby's lullaby in the emergency room gave her strength.
'I was still alive,' she said. '[I knew] God has a purpose for me.'
Schuster's ordeal began when she was putting goods into her car at 12:45 p.m. on August 29.
She spotted a car driving down her street and backing into her driveway.
She told The Chicago Tribune: 'It had Indiana license plates. It drove away and came back.'
The driver asked her for money for gas to get back to Indiana, but Schuster said she was sorry but she couldn't help.
She recalls how she then closed the garage and went inside her house. Suddenly, the same man knocked at the door, asked for money, and then barged his way inside.
She then suffered a frightening attack and was stabbed multiple times and sexually assaulted inside her home.
Madison, from South Bend, was arrested on Tuesday in Indiana and charged with attempted first-degree murder, aggravated criminal sexual assault, home invasion and armed robbery
Assistant State's Attorney Jennifer Lindt said Madison hit Schuster several times and then dragged her by her hair into an upstairs bathroom, where he forced her to take off her clothes and then raped her.
Schuster said she remembers screaming at the top of her lungs as he grabbed hold of her. She recalls that she 'asked him to let me go. Then he hurt her in the neck.
She said she remembered thinking: 'This isn't going to be good. I have to figure out some way to get out of this.'
The home invader left her sprawled out on the kitchen floor, so she quickly got herself together and ran over to her neighbors house.
The police and emergency services were called and she was rushed to hospital.
Meanwhile, police hunted for her attacker and arrested the suspect, Madison - a convicted felon, who had spent time in jail for a felony battery in 2003 and burglary in 2014.
Madison, from South Bend, was arrested on Tuesday in Indiana and charged with attempted first-degree murder, aggravated criminal sexual assault, home invasion and armed robbery.
He is an animal. No human being should ever be treated like he treated me. I want to see him put away for a long time so he doesn't see the light of day.'
He told police that he had stabbed the victim because 'she wasn't acting quickly enough to give him money,' the prosecutor said.
On his way out of the home, Madison took the victim's purse and cellphone from her vehicle, which was still running in the driveway.
He disposed of the phone and then went to a river to wash the blood off himself.
He then left the Nissan Altima - which his wife had lent him to drive - in a handicapped parking space in Brookfield, where police found it the next day.
On the driver's side of the door he left a rag with blood on it; the victim's purse and wallet were inside the vehicle, along with his wallet, the State's Attorney said.
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