Sunitha Krishnan made the bold and controversial move of posting real footage of men raping women on the Internet
BY NISHITA JHA
Every single day, for more than six months, a loose network of Indians watched scenes of women being raped by gangs of men. The videos were of low quality: grainy, shaky, shot by an excited hand trying to hold a cellphone steady. Forwarded and shared over and over again until they appeared on the evening news, the images answered a question that had been hanging in the air since 2012, when a brutal rape in New Delhi made global headlines: What does unimaginable horror look like?