Students and teachers from Richmond High School, the San Francisco-area school where a 15-year-old girl was allegedly gang raped, said security and school officials saw a group of men and teens lingering outside the homecoming dance but did nothing about it. “I looked outside of the gym and I saw 12 to 15 guys, sitting there, with no [school] IDs,” student Kami Baker, who is friends with the victim, said at a school board meeting Wednesday night. “The officers, not only did they not check the IDs of those students or men sitting outside of our campus, but the security officers who are employed here did no checking either.” The school district’s spokesman, Marin Trujillo, said four police officers, three administrators, and a host of teachers were at the dance, but admitted, “Clearly we have to do something different.” Lieutenant Mark Gagan said he believes up to 20 additional people watched the reported attack, some of whom may have taken photos and video. Those who did witness the alleged rape without taking action could also face charges.
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