False Rape Claims

A regular reader would know that this is a bit of a theme on my blog.

This is because I’m constantly aghast at how the perverse state and its enforcers take the word of women as gospel on account of their feminist-inculcated infallibility, and take the word of men as intrinsically faulty, on account of the feminist-enforced idea of universally brutal men.

This blog is awash with examples not just of women who have falsely cried rape, but of those who have been violent, abusive or evil in other ways. Not because I’m a misogynist, because I’m not, but because the reality is that some women and some men are capable of evil deeds or words. Just a little balance, you see.

So I was particularly interested in the article tweeted by the splendid @AbsolutLaudanum this afternoon.


Read the whole thing, but to abridge massively…

Lots of falsely accused men are dragged out of their places of employment in full view of their bosses and colleagues, no doubt giving their false accusers that extra sexual thrill of knowing they’ve thoroughly stripped their prey of the last vestiges of their dignity.  Some young men are dragged from their bedrooms in their parents’ homes half dressed, carted away without any explanation to their terrified parents. 

Once the innocents are hauled to the police station, the fun really begins. They are subjected to grueling questioning on and off over the course of hours or days, often by surly law enforcement personnel who couldn’t care less that the men or boys they are berating are human beings.  They are looking for evidence of a conviction, and if they can convince the male to confess, that makes their jobs all that much easier. Their attitude is often to treat the presumptively innocent male as a vile rapist.

And then there’s the physical examination.  If an innocent woman or girl were subjected to something akin to the following, do you suppose there’d be an outcry about it? "I was taken to a doctor’s waiting room, I was told to completely strip naked. While I was naked the CID agent took pictures of every part of me. The doctor then swabbed my penis 2-3 times, then pulled hair from every part of my body."  That was from a first person account on this blog of a soldier recounting his false rape nightmare. It is typical of many stories we’ve run. 

Once locked up, the men or boys too often are subjected to cruel and offensive batteries and verbal assaults by jail personnel and other prisoners.

And, yes, dear readers, sometimes men and boys are wrongly convicted of rapes they didn’t commit. The young ones, who have no experience in the prison system, are too often routinely victimized by the same crime they were wrongly convicted of. Sometimes, they serve decades in prison before they are released. The news is filled with men who’ve served many years before their innocence can be proven. Think how many others rot away in prison today because the evidence of their innocence was long ago destroyed.

Too often, the awful consequences of a false rape claim are even less predictable.

Remember this story we wrote about at Glenn Sacks’ blog?  Two young lives destroyed — one of the boys was killed — because of a girl’s rape lie. She, of course, served no jail time.  Go read it. It will make you sick.

Or how about this story — I’ll reprint our opening paragraph: "Clifford Martin, 19, is heading to prison for accepting the word of two teenage girls that one of them had been sexually assaulted by another 19-year-old man named Cory Headen. Mr. Martin broke into Mr. Headen’s home and beat him to death while he was sleeping."

Remember the serial rape liar whose lie caused one of her young victims to kill himself?  Despite that, she was allowed to falsely accuse another young men — and he was forced to undergo a grueling trial before he was acquitted.  The liar?  She retains her anonymity, of course.

Or how about mentally unstable man who was charged with rape, then took his own life after the police delayed in telling him he had been falsely accused?

Or the innocent man who suffered months of abuse in his community after being falsely accused of being a paedophile before his heart couldn’t take any more?

Or the falsely accused young men who were attacked by thirty inmates?  Or the man who was brutally attacked and suffered devastating brain injuries when he was falsely accused or rape?  Or the man who was beaten because he was mistaken for a rapist?

The only thing in which one can take heart is that while the USA apparently persists in allowing these false accusers to remain free and anonymous, we have at least recently started to prosecute them in the UK, strip them of their anonymity and jail them. This is in spite of hateful Hattie’s shenanigans.

It’s scant consolation, though, because as the article above shows, once the genie is out of the bottle, the damage is done for the men involved, no matter how demonstrably false the claims they have endured.

We must hope that, as we trudge backwards from collective enlightenment, the UK does not end up where the US is. I do wonder, though, whether it’s the insane and terrifying US feminists, or insane and terrifying US religionists that keep America in the dark ages on this matter of fundamental injustice.



10 thoughts on “False Rape Claims

  1. “And then there’s the physical examination.  If an innocent woman or girl were subjected to something akin to the following, do you suppose there’d be an outcry about it?”

    Surely, for the purposes of evidence gathering and elimination, they MUST undergo something similar?

    • Well. the article is from USAnia, and I don’t know what the protocol is here or there. Nor to I know how well it’s observed.

      Looking at most of the women who’ve been in the papers regarding false rape claims, the examining doctor probably didn’t need to even take the bags off their heads before writing “no evidence of sexual contact” on their forms.

  2. Your not suggesting those savage ragheads have a point when they take a woman’s word with a pinch of salt, are you?

    JuliaM is quite correct, but false rape claimants generally take care not to make allegations until at least a few days later, so that such an examination would be pointless, thus sparing themselves the indignity.

    A bit tangential, but don’t you think ‘arrest’ is a bit of an anachronism these days? Sure, in Peel’s day, if you didn’t clap hands on a pickpocket you’d never see him again, but these days a good number of the people handcuffed and dragged off would voluntarily attend a police station interview if asked because they have too much to lose if they didn’t. The process is the punishment, I suppose.

    • interesting… not in anyway conclusive though.

      This argument will always be one like global warming where prejudice and entrenched views will overpower the ‘evidence’.

  3. Many points. The 2% false figure was quoted by Feminazis in the 1970s and has never been challenged. Until now. Incorrect about the U.S.A, I have been pressing for The Arizona law. There, if a woman lies she gets a 10 yr minimum custodial sentence. Anonymity here is a bit of a problem but one cannot have an uneven playing field, either the woman is denied anonymity or the accused receives it. Examinations? On a strip search one is supposed to have either top half or bottom half done separately. In the U.K (Hertfordshire Constabulayr) this does not happen. Nor is one given the luxury of not having “civilian” female staff walk by. The case of Anne-Marie Hackett who made a malicious allegation seems to have been “forgotten” by the thick blue line of Hertfordshire. Until now.

    • Isn’t your real name Ciaran Gogginns and not Ron Broxted? I seem to remember reading you are a supporter of rapists and paedophiles.
      I really think you should declare your true hand before making untrue and misleading statements.
      I see you have also built quite a reputation as an internet stalker and troll.

  4. Wasn’t it alleged by Anne Marie Hacket that Ciaran Joseph Goggins raped her whilst she was unconscious due to drink and that this unfortunate Herts College student had been left in his care to make sure she came to no harm? I understand that the victim later withdrew from court proceedings after she became aware that she would be further attacked and her reputation ruined by the defence team.

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