To the many young women and men who got raped in the military and in other institutional settings—whether prisons, temples, synagogues, churches, or mosques.
Nobody heard the cries in the gas chamber of Auschwitz, no recordings, no evidence—therefore, nobody got gassed. End of the story.
Nobody heard the cries of widowed Native American mothers when their children died, wrapped in typhoid blankets that white settlers had given the survivors—therefore, no kids died.
Nobody heard the cries of the women of Salem who got strung up in Massachusetts between 1692 and 1693—therefore, the women accused of witchery didn't die.
Nobody heard the anguished cries of Abel when Cain brutally and sadistically slew his brother—therefore, Abel did not die, no matter what the Bible says.
Source: Judges Toss West Point Rape Conviction: No One Heard Her Struggle by email@example.com (Olivia Messer), The Daily Beast. June 6, 2019.