If it's true that actions speak louder than words, Anchorage prosecutors have acknowledged it was an err in judgement to release a man accused of sexual assault after paying just $500. The Anchorage Daily News reports that the assistant district attorney is seeking to raise bail to $50,000 for Chidiebere Nwokorie, a cab driver charged with first-degree sexual assault of a passenger. Nwokorie was released Aug. 21 shortly after being processed at the Anchorage Jail for the alleged crime, which could lead to 20 years in prison, and the Anchorage community reacted vocally enough for the DA's office to reconsider its decision. "Since the setting of bail in this case, the District Attorney's Office and Standing Together Against Rape (STAR) have received numerous calls from concerned citizens, some of whom use taxi cabs in Anchorage regularly and have expressed their fear and outrage over the low setting of bail, with no conditions that restrict the defendant's contact with the public," Dunlop told the Anchorage Daily News. "I was never told that this person was going to be let out of jail," the victim, 27 of Anchorage, said this week to the Daily News. She added that she is scared and upset and that during the sexual assault, in an isolated industrial area, she feared he might kill her.