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Only a Male Dead So Let’s Not Get Too Fussed

Filed under: General — Ministry of Men's Affairs @ 10:26 am Sat 25th November 2017

These teenage students brutally bashed another male student who died. The Crown decided it was no big deal and reduced charges to Common Assault following which the Court discharged them without conviction and ordered permanent name suppression.

Lucky for these offenders they didn’t (gasp) gently touch a female without her clear consent. Now that would have been a real crime causing true harm! They would have been convicted, given a punitive sentence, forced to submit to ‘treatment’ involving copious feminist indoctrination, and placed on a sex offenders register so they could be discriminated against for many years later. Isn’t it reassuring that we have our priorities right now.

4 Responses to “Only a Male Dead So Let’s Not Get Too Fussed”

  1. Miles 64 says:

    Yes the decision to discharge without conviction with permanent name suppression is astounding. The perpetrator (literally) got away with murder. It was not an accident- the boy who threw the (ultimately) fatal punch did so deliberately. There was no question as to his sanity and he may not have intended to cause the death of Steven so therefore it should be manslaughter ?

  2. Downunder says:

    Man stabbed to death at Kaikoura and a female is taken to Blenheim Police.

  3. voices back from the bush. says:

    2, Not much outrage in that article.
    Instead its just presented as an unfortunate incident.
    I imagine police will be trawling through the man’s history so they can blame him for something. At this moment she will be sitting in the station interview room being told that she is a victim of a male circumstance and that she should plead guilty to manslaughter so she can be helped.

    Once referred to the coroner a media veil will blanket the story and we will only hear about the tragic life of the murderer and what drove her to “accidentally kill the man”. Then she gets 3 years for manslaughter (which is how long it takes to bring her to trial) the media will show a two second clip of the Man’s family leaving the court wearing white ribbons but most of the focus will be on how the murderer will piece her life back together and reunite with her family.
    The whole thing adds up to “no deterrent” for females committing violence and quite likely,- getting away with murder.

  4. DJ Ward says:

    #3 Voices
    Let’s hope we don’t get this version of an unfortunate accident.

    Clearly they know the most important facts (she put a cord around a defenceless persons neck and strangled him).
    Clearly she made a bullshit cliam (he held a gun to my head).
    Clearly others knew what was happening and either assisted or failed to interfere.
    They cleaned up the crime scene.
    How did he get to the car, surely not a kicked uncounchous walking person.

    Out come the police apologist crap.
    Sorry we didn’t realise you could prosecute for murder and allow a jury to opt for manslaughter if they choose.
    Sorry if knowing she put a cord around his neck wasn’t enough to convince a jury.
    All those nice witnesses must be protected, after all they are so useful in solving crime.
    Just no use in this case after all the offenders a harmless mum.
    This was a domestic violence killing, we only investigate male offending.

    Costs and complications.
    Nothing is spared when it’s a female victim.

    Only a male dead so let’s not get too fussed.

    Look at the most edited comment section ever on a Stuff article. I made a few and they were rejected.

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