Monday, 10 April 2017

Another Of Those 'Rare Cases', Eh, Feminists?

Cleveland Police today confirmed the force was no longer investigating an allegation of rape in Redcar, North Yorkshire, which was said to have happened on Friday, March 3.
A woman in her early 30s has been arrested on suspicion of wasting police time and remains in police custody.
Funny how there seems to be so very many of them. It's almost as if there's so little consequence to making these allegations...
The shocking allegation generated a great deal of media interest.
I wonder how much interest the retraction will generate in the progressive press?

H/T: Al Jahom


3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I have, unfortunately, seen the results of these malicious allegations, with marriages, Jobs, and families all being destroyed. Perhaps justice would be served if these women were given the same sentence as a man would have been if found guilty.
Penseivat

Andrew Scarborough said...

At least the same sentence. Also having to register as a serial pain in the arse for the remainder of their days.

This, sans poof reader: ... a cereal pane in the arse for the remainder of their daze.

You make me do it girl, I just can't help myself.

JuliaM said...

"Perhaps justice would be served if these women were given the same sentence as a man would have been if found guilty."

Given how rare it is to see even a short custodial, it's worth a try.

"Also having to register as a serial pain in the arse for the remainder of their days."

And allow men to check the register, just as women are encouraged to check out future prospects for domestic violence risk? That could work!