Saturday, May 09, 2015

Fake Rape! It's Fun!

Tee hee!  I'm a rape victim!  Tee hee!  Pay me attention!

I love how they still paint her as a victim and is in need of help.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

This country needs much harsher penalties for perjury. I think that would curtail the majority of phony rape claims.

CBMTTek said...

She should start carrying a mattress around.

liberranter said...

I will admit that I find some merit in the suggestion that any woman found guilty of making a malicious rape accusation be sentenced to experience the real thing.

Robert What? said...

In order to demonstrate their sensitivity to her non-ordeal, the university adminstration announced they are going to expel two young men chosen at random.

One Fat Oz Guy said...

Notice the whole "name withheld for confidentiality reasons" - of course that means nothing if the accused men's names were known.

John Wiemer said...

The solution is to make people like her file police reports before they can get an investigation going. Filing a false police report is a Class IV felony punishable by no less than one year and one day in prison. Until the risk stemming from a false rape claim is significantly greater than the reward, false rape claims will continue to be a problem and cast a shadow of doubt on all rape claims as a result.

Anonymous said...

What I hate is that I do know people men and women who have been either raoed or taken advantage of and were told by police or university that they couldn't really pursue it. then you have idiots like her getting away with murder. Where is the line? When did rape become any less than it is and the accusation mean nothing

Eric B said...

Glad to see she's getting publicly called out:
http://www.ijreview.com/2015/05/329137-mattress-girl-graduates-columbia-univ-campus-becomes-mysteriously-covered-rapehoax-posters/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=organic&utm_content=PRM7&utm_campaign=PRM7