I'm very sorry to read of your horrific assaults, and BlueRose is 100% spot-on. If the 911 dispatcher was contacted, there is recorded evidence of the call and description of the attacks.
Another resource for you to consider is contacting "Victims' Services." This can be found via your local Social Services office. The people who are involved in this agency are generally dedicated advocates for victims of crimes, and they will help direct you and your family to the proper channels. You will also have counseling options available for everyone who was attacked and witnessed these assaults.
Why is counseling advised for victims of crime? Well, we don't "just get over" something like that, whether it's a random act of violence, or date-rape. We typically experience a host of physiological and psychological responses, and a counselor will help victims to process their anger, outrage, fears, etc., so that the victims will be able to approach the Legal aspects of their crimes without becoming unhinged. You see, BlueRose feels horror for your experiences. I feel just as horrified for you. But, Coutrooms are supposed to remain unemotional, and this fact can become a source of anxiety and frustration if we aren't prepared for the circus of legal actions.
My very best wishes to you and your family. Please, don't let this event define you for the rest of your life. Be a Survivor and contact Victims' Services - don't let yourself remain a victim.
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