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Was she even charged?

Filed under: General,Law & Courts — Vman @ 3:24 pm Sun 9th May 2010

This woman turned a man’s life upside down with her false rape complaint. A truely hideoous crime in our society.

Predictably the news paper report critises the victim for being unwilling to face his tormentor. At no point are we even told that the criminal was even charged with anything let alone sentanced.

Then there is this case currently before the courts. What’s the bet she gets slaped with a wet bus ticket?
What sort of justice system is this?

Like all serious crimes it is an international problem. It is just much more common in western feminised countries where there are little if any consequences.

Where are all the feminists who claim feminism is about equality? Predictably slient.
Feminism is not about equality.

Falsely accused men have their lives ruined even after they are proven not guilty. Take Clint Rickards for example.

I digress.

This woman not only made a false complaint but also fabricated evidence to try to make it stick.

Flase rape claims are an increasing trend and they almost destroy men’s lives. They are also another good reason to join the marriage strike.

We need a special crime of making a knowingly false rape complaint. This is a serious crime. Until we get it – we must treat rape allegations with very serious sceptisim. According to one feminists own data, only 2% of rape complaints are proven. Clearly then the vast majority are false allegations. In fact rape statistics have become so politically twisted you can’t believe hardly any of them. We do know that at least 40% are false. That is far too high for a crime that ruins men’s lives. There must be a consequences for the accused. Talk about power and control!

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  1. Thanks for taking the time to find and share these disturbing articles Dave.

    Comment by Skeptik — Sun 9th May 2010 @ 7:14 pm

  2. Yeah, thanks Dave. A couple of points about the news articles:

    (i) The first two articles you cite are about the same case. Notice that in the second one (an earlier article about the case) the judge is reported only as referring to the damage this offender will have done to genuine rape complainants. There is no mention at all of the trauma this caused the accused, or the wider damage such false allegations cause to the reputation and welfare of men in general.
    (ii) In the Singapore story in which the Indonesian maid falsely accused her employer of rape after he was late paying her salary, note that the maximum penalty for her offence was one year in jail or a fine of $5000. Not much for offending that could see the victim wrongly imprisoned for many years and his life ruined thereafter.
    (iii) In the story of the evidence fabricator through Facebook, check out the blogger’s minimizing language concerning her offending. He normalizes it by claiming that most of us have acted irrationally at our lowest point, then blames her offending on a “mad spell” that she now probably regrets has resulted in a spell in prison. That spell was four months, no doubt reduced by parole to about 6 weeks, whereas the risk she placed her ex-boyfriend in was 10 times greater and the damage she has done to him will be lifelong in emotional harm, damage to his trust in others, and his reputation among many friends and colleagues.
    (iv) The fifth and seventh articles to which you refer also concern the same study. The aims of false complainants were: providing an alibi, seeking revenge and obtaining sympathy and attention.

    Comment by Hans Laven — Sun 9th May 2010 @ 8:42 pm

  3. Yes Hans,
    plus the headline of the first article! – Apology goes begging.
    Good grief! As though the poor man hasn’t the right to refuse to accept her apology, but must instantly forgive her!

    Stupid bugger for getting involved with a young NZ woman. In our current zietgiest the risks are huge!

    Comment by Skeptik — Sun 9th May 2010 @ 8:50 pm

  4. Yes Skeptik I think that is the most important point in all of this. The risks of being involved with a woman in a western country are extreme. I’d like to see some complelling arguement against this but I don’t see it forth comming.

    Comment by Dave — Sun 9th May 2010 @ 10:57 pm

  5. Dave
    In Thailand, like other such South east Asian countries, foreigners are not allowed to own any property or business. Love struck men marry local ladies, send them money, or buy them house or a restaurant, but many many times, the lady has already has a local boyfriend (“my brother”) and soon dumps their overseas husband / boyfriend after they get plenty of cash. Many ladies have several “sponsors” sending them vast amounts of money (for Thailand). The tricks women do here, you just would not believe, and it is not only bar girls !

    Last week, i heard of a Pom who had cancer, and he asked his family in UK to send him some money for hospital fees, they sent it to his wife’s bank account. As soon as she saw the half million baht in her account, she did a runner and the poor Pom died !

    Women are basically the same same everywhere ! Family nd culture make them a little different. But it is the laws that are different, in western anglosphere countries the “family courts” are same same. If a woman falls out of love with you , you can be sure that all previous good acts you have made will be forgottem and she will be ultra spiteful in every way that she can and use any trick or law she can , without any scruples whatsoever. So i agree with in you must be careful with which female you associate with

    I don’t want to undermine what you are saying particularly, just want to inform you about the reality of women here.

    Comment by Kiwi In Thailand — Mon 10th May 2010 @ 1:50 am

  6. Hi Kiwi in Thailand,
    I spent a few months in Thaialand recently and agree with everything you’ve said about Thai women.
    The vast majority of women are hypergamous and materialistic. Period.
    Is it any wonder the words mater and materialist have the same latin roots?

    Comment by Skeptik — Mon 10th May 2010 @ 1:56 am

  7. Yes KinT I think you have zeroed in on the issues. It is not only the laws but the way the courts and departments apply those laws.

    Comment by Dave — Wed 12th May 2010 @ 3:24 pm

  8. Oh and here’s a real doozie reported by Stuff NZ.

    Turns out a ‘nationally respected’ sexual abuse counsellor had suffered an extreme fall from grace when she falsified a raft of ACC claims, the New Plymouth District Court heard yesterday.

    However, Lorraine Jans, 59, was given the benefit of her years of work at the coalface with traumatised child victims of sexual abuse and walked away with a fine.

    In sentencing, Judge Allan Roberts ordered Jans to pay $1500 in fines and $130 in court costs.

    The maximum penalty for using a document is a prison sentence of seven years.

    Susan Hughes, QC, had earlier asked the court to discharge her client without conviction.

    Notice how the judge sites the counsellors years of prior good work………errrrrrr………….could that be many years of scamming the system with other false claims yer ‘onor do you think? Time to open up the history of this ‘counsellor’s’ practice eh judge.

    Also will she be suspended from NZ Association of Counsellors? Allowed to work as a ‘counsellor’ in future?

    By the way this judge Roberts wouldn’t happen to be related to Neville Roberts Uberfeminist social sciences lecturer at Waikato University who scammed the system himself by spreading misandric hate memes like ‘all men are rapists’ and sponsoring the Duluth manbashing DV model would he? Is NZ really THAT incestuous? Is the feminist cult there that tight knit?

    Comment by Skeptik — Wed 19th May 2010 @ 10:56 am

  9. We are all separated by only 2 degrees here in NZ goes the advertising. I believe you do refer to Neville R Robertson of Waikato University infamy. I’m sure he is a second cousin despite the name difference.
    Unfortunately our cult is here not there. Where o where are you Skeptic?

    Comment by Accuracy — Wed 19th May 2010 @ 2:09 pm

  10. Why is it when a female is the offender she is not identified as a woman?
    I detect a change in this biased reporting practice around the world but the NZ Herald is still dominated by feminist thinking.

    Comment by Dave — Wed 9th June 2010 @ 6:53 pm

  11. judge allan roberts is a good man, good criminal lawywer was surprise he became a judge, he was a head hunters lawyer for years, i had him FEW TIME IN COURT WITH GOOD RESULTS. i wished i had him in the family court

    Comment by alf — Thu 8th July 2010 @ 12:17 am

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