The 23-year-old New York native was kidnapped and carjacked in Pennsylvania. Her heroic escape at a gas station was captured on video.
Rachel said that she struggled for two hours to keep calm. "Several times, I had said, 'You know, I can get out right now, I will not call the police, you can keep my phone, I won't say anything,'" she said. "And he said, 'No, you're my hostage. They won't shoot a young black kid in the car if there's a pretty white girl in the passenger seat.'" — abc7ny.com/18-year-old Raliek Aminkal Chambers, has been captured and jailed.
• To our knowledge, no pseudo-feminist has come forward to condemn the traumatic abuse inflicted upon Stephenson by a black male. Pseudo-feminists only care about women they can exploit to advance the cultural Marxism false narrative that women are oppressed by white males. Other abused women are typically ignored.
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A young woman from our area who was carjacked and kidnapped in eastern Pennsylvania is speaking out about her terrifying experience.
Rachel Stephenson's daring escape was caught on camera, and she tells Eyewitness News that she knew she had to do something if she wanted to live.
"I felt like the whole world got lifted off my shoulders," her father, Brett Stephenson, said.
It is a feeling that he will never forget, after Rachel, 23, called home minutes after making her move. Surveillance video from the service station where she made her getaway shows her running from the car seconds before the carjacker took off.
And Brett will never forget what he told her.
"Just that I love her, that she was my hero," he said.
Rachel was returning from Greenport in Sufflok County to graduate school at SUNY Binghamton last Wednesday when police say Raliek Chambers jumped into her car as she was filling it with gas.
"She tried grabbing her kittens, and he grabbed her and told her that she was going for the ride with him," Brett said.
Rachel said that she struggled for two hours to keep calm.
"Several times, I had said, 'You know, I can get out right now, I will not call the police, you can keep my phone, I won't say anything,'" she said. "And he said, 'No, you're my hostage. They won't shoot a young black kid in the car if there's a pretty white girl in the passenger seat.'"
When they stopped for gas, she made a break for it.
"I knew as soon as he let me out of the car, I was just going to to run," she said.
Chambers was later arrested after a high-speed chase.
"It was the worst time of my whole life," Brett said. "Two hours of sheer panic because I'm 200 miles away from where she was."
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