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Says It All???

Filed under: General — dpex @ 8:50 am Fri 21st April 2006

The following is an excerpt from this morning’s Herald.

Ms Wiseman-Dare, who was not part of that group, said she felt the not-guilty verdicts sent the wrong message to rape victims, and could discourage possible complainants from going to police in future.

And what is the wrong message? Obviously, Ms Wiseman-Dare believes that all alleged rapists must be guilty otherwise the complainant wouldn’t have complained!!!!

Jesus H Christ! The madness gets worse.



  1. Some people like myself are offended by the blasphemy – perhaps the fact that 99.9% of kiwi’s do not know the meaning of the word virtuous could explain why this Country is totally devoid of morals and in such a social mess – check the alarming stat’s for children and then say a pray !!!

    Comment by Peter Burns — Fri 21st April 2006 @ 9:05 am

  2. I hate to say i told u so but…

    i told u so

    Comment by tonyf — Fri 21st April 2006 @ 9:10 am

  3. We all agree the madness must stop – next question what do we do as a collective force of pissed off parents ?? March on Parliament?? The million $$$ question eh guys & girls .Rosanne Cash talking about her Dad – ” The one bit of advise was to always take care of your CHILDREN first.He told me that more than once.” Good on you Johnny – in solidarity d4j

    Comment by Peter Burns — Fri 21st April 2006 @ 9:34 am

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