You may recall the earlier post Rhiannon Brooker Cries Rape (April 2014) reveiling the shocking details surrounding the case of a English man, in which his partner, a trainee barrister, falsely accused him of rape and assault.
One of the most disturbing aspects of this case was the extroidinary circumstances surrounding the police investigation, that saw Paul Fensome (Brooker’s partner) held in custody for five weeks, while Police investigated her allegations.
Avon and Somerset Police have since paid compensation of £38,000 to Mr Fensome for their illegal detention of the ‘offender’.
But still the inexcusable attitude toward these female offenders persists; that for some reason women should be excused for this behaviour.
A crown advocate making this statment of behalf of the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS):
“Charging someone who claims to have been raped is not a decision we take lightly.”
This comes from the same department that wants to convict men accused of rape based on a percentage of cases in which the offender ‘must be guilty’ discussed in a previous post, Boost In Rape Convictions Wanted.
There is only one way to ensure that men have reasonable protection against the threat from a female’s vicious ability to launch false accusations, and that is to have specific charges relating to false allegations of rape.
These are not false complaints to the Police – stop calling them false complaints – they are false allegations against another human being.
They are damaging, destructive and in some cases life threatening.
Brooker (30) was found guilty of 12 charges of perverting the course of justice at Bristol Crown Court and jailed for three-and-a-half years.
Far less jail time than the ‘offender’ would have recieved should he have been found guilty of Brooker’s allegations.
In sentencing, Judge Julian Lambert could not have summed it up better, saying;
Brooker, of Frampton Cotterell, South Gloucestershire, had lied in an “utterly wicked” way.