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Discussion in 'General' started by hand2handking, Oct 4, 2015.
Wow. Im speechless. So messed up. People think false accusations of all sorts is a game, I look at it as pure psychosis.
The punishment for falsely accusing someone of rape should be just as harsh as the punishment for actual rape.
Agreed. There is absolutely no punishment for a woman in the US if she falsely accuses someone of rape.
The ideal solution would be to have her branded as a sex offender, much like the guy would be if he was accused.
Fair is fair, right? Oh wait, we'd be misogynists if we do that!
This is ****** up beyond disbelief.
Theres another side to this story tho and I wish I could hear her motive behind turning son in and lying.
what other side? that she was ashamed?
theres no rationale that could allow for you falsely accuse someone of rape
A combo of:
1.) Feeling ashamed
2.) Take advantage of a situation that almost always favors the woman
3.) No consequences
I bet it went down like in Daddy's Little Girls. I have a cousin in GA under the jail under those same circumstances. Big time black athlete/star, white girl from a rich, prominent family wanted it, they get caught, "asked" repeatedly if he is forcing you until she says yes, down the river for him.
but those arent rationale, just excuses
the rationale has to legitimize the claim of rape
I think by "another side to this story" I think he just means out of curiousity as to why she did it. I don't think he's trying to justify it. Just my guess.
Why do you need justification on why she did it? She lied about the rape and you think she'll tell the truth about why she did it?
The only thing that we need to realize is his life is ruined and she got off scot free when she should've been held responsible. This is a major flaw of white knight society.
OP, do you have a source?
You have to be truly evil to lie about a tape knowing that someone can go to prison for years and never recover from the accusation. False accusers aren't punished because real ones won't come forward but it is a risk that needs to be taken.
Nobody ever said it was rational. But that is the rationale.
While I do agree there should be some punishment, I pause at the thought of making it just as harsh.
Even then, I will still want concrete evidence that the accuser lied.
-Even with this, I mean even though I'm inclined to believe dude's story, the accuser is not here to defend herself, or the evidence gathered. All we have is his side
how you figure this from an anonymous post? you extra
I didn't. It was total speculation. I don't claim at all to have been there or have any intel on the situation, hence the "I bet," which doesn't at all assume an authoritative stance. If you want to take it literal though then no, I would not place a bet until I had heard from both sides and had more to go on.