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  • Issues of fairness raised on rape 'shield'

    Chas wrote:
    "Bob" <[email protected]> wrote
    So-called "rape shield" laws have created serial false accusers invirtually every city. A number of women now make frequent false rapeaccusations. Motives often include self publicity, vengeance, andmental health problems.
    Prosecute them.
    They are protected under so-called "rape-shield" laws and by powerful
    women's rape-hate lobbies.

    But "rape shield" laws often requireprosecutors to prosecute "ALL" rape accusations even when they know thatthe accusation is false, and prevent the jury from being told that thesupposed "victim" is doing her umpteenth fictitious song and dance. Prosecute them on umpteenth less one. Surely there are laws about abuse of process or summat.

    They are protected under so-called "rape-shield" laws and by powerful
    women's rape-hate lobbies. No elected DA can go before women voters and
    acknowledge that he "failed to prosecute rape."


    So-called "rape shield" laws are a gross injustice and PREVENT fairtrials in ALL rape cases. No honest citizen can have any confidence inANY rape accusation made under current law. No man or honest woman on ajury ought EVER to convict while being prevented from hearing theevidence in the case. False accusations are a terrible thing.
    But encouraged and protected under current law.
    On the balance though, protecting the victim of rape from widespread exposure for the titillation of the perverse is a 'compelling interest' for society and our system of justice.
    IF there was even a slight interest in justice the law would be very
    different. The "compelling interest" of current law is "rape-hate," the
    prosecution, subjugation, and destruction of men. There is not the
    slightest interest in justice anywhere in the system.

    You wouldn't have to see/hear from too many victims of foul rape for your heart to have a compassion for them. Chas
    If you had the slightest interest in real justice you wouldn't decide
    crime and punishment on feelings and faux compassion based on feminist
    victimology.

    Bob








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    Issues of fairness raised on rape 'shield'

    In article <[email protected]>, Bob <[email protected]>
    wrote:
    Prosecute them. They are protected under so-called "rape-shield" laws
    Please explain how. I do not believe they protect them from making a
    false police report. Please explain how the rape shield laws gets them
    off.

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      Issues of fairness raised on rape 'shield'

      In article <[email protected]>,
      Michael Snyder <[email protected]> wrote:
      They are protected under so-called "rape-shield" laws and by powerfulwomen's rape-hate lobbies.
      You're telling me that prosecutors have no mechanism for dealing with false accusations? No -- we're telling you that they usually don't deal with them.
      That may be what you are telling us, but "Bob" is telling us that rape
      shield Protects them, which is obviously false.

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      • #4
        Issues of fairness raised on rape 'shield'


        "Michael Snyder" <[email protected]> wrote in message
        news[email protected]
        Chas wrote in message ...
        "Michael Snyder" <[email protected]> wrote.....> > Open it all up- show everything.
        Fine, in that case, open up the accuser too.
        Which part of 'everything' did you find confusing?
        Listen up -- when I'm right, all you have to say is "I agree".

        I agree that all one has to say is "I agree" to agree.


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        • #5
          Issues of fairness raised on rape 'shield'

          On Wed, 06 Aug 2003 02:27:32 GMT, a team of surgeons from soc.men
          removed the following benign growth from Michael Snyder:
          Chas wrote in message ...
          "Michael Snyder" <[email protected]> wrote.....> > Open it all up- show everything.
          Fine, in that case, open up the accuser too.
          Which part of 'everything' did you find confusing?
          Listen up -- when I'm right, all you have to say is "I agree".
          I'll remember that in case it's ever appropriate.

          --
          PJR :-)
          mhm34x8
          The official soc.men FAQ:
          <http://www.insurgent.org/~alcatroll/Soc.men/faq.html>

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