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(WWL)   Woman doesn't want to tell family she miscarried, pretends to be abducted by 'unknown black man,' is found in the swamp, says she gave birth after being raped, searchers hunt for live infant in swamp, woman admits it's all a hoax. The Aristocrats   (wwl.com) divider line 76
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2013-03-01 01:19:42 AM

Christian Bale: So if someone falsely claims they saw someone kill 10 people, they should be charged with killing 10 people. Makes sense.



Right. Because "oh well, no harm no foul" is such an effective deterrent against maliciously sending someone to prison for a decade.
 
2013-03-01 01:23:48 AM

the ha ha guy: Christian Bale: So if someone falsely claims they saw someone kill 10 people, they should be charged with killing 10 people. Makes sense.


Right. Because "oh well, no harm no foul" is such an effective deterrent against maliciously sending someone to prison for a decade.



Very true, since there is no "in between" to leaving false accusations unpunished, and charging them with the exact same crime they accused someone of.

And although no one was even charged with a crime in this case before she fessed up, we should treat it exactly the same as if she sent someone to prison for 25 years and didn't recant the entire time. Good point.
 
2013-03-01 01:40:47 AM

Christian Bale: the ha ha guy: Christian Bale: So if someone falsely claims they saw someone kill 10 people, they should be charged with killing 10 people. Makes sense.


Right. Because "oh well, no harm no foul" is such an effective deterrent against maliciously sending someone to prison for a decade.


Very true, since there is no "in between" to leaving false accusations unpunished, and charging them with the exact same crime they accused someone of.

And although no one was even charged with a crime in this case before she fessed up, we should treat it exactly the same as if she sent someone to prison for 25 years and didn't recant the entire time. Good point.


Is it weird that I read that in Bale's gravelly Dark Knight voice?
 
2013-03-01 02:23:30 AM
This sounds like the daughter of Sharpton's girl Tawana Brawley.
 
2013-03-01 02:32:00 AM

Christian Bale: Very true, since there is no "in between" to leaving false accusations unpunished, and charging them with the exact same crime they accused someone of.



So you think there should be a non-trivial deterrent to filing malicious reports? Sounds great to me, and apparently to the politicians who have passed such laws. Just let me know when you find a prosecutor willing to enforce it...
 
2013-03-01 02:34:06 AM

the ha ha guy: Christian Bale: So if someone falsely claims they saw someone kill 10 people, they should be charged with killing 10 people. Makes sense.


Right. Because "oh well, no harm no foul" is such an effective deterrent against maliciously sending someone to prison for a decade.


It's called "Filing a false police report". Depending on the severity of the charge you accuse someone of, at least in Tennessee, it's a felony conviction.

The problem is that police departments and DAs are hesitant to pursue false rape reporting convictions for fear of scaring victims from reporting to them, and for the negative press of attacking a rape victim. There's also no way to definitively prove the charge unless the woman out and out admits she's lying about the rape, and even then, there are other factors at play which could cause her to say that.

So, in short, it's complex. Far so than both the Misandrists and Mens Rights shiatheads like to portray it as.
 
2013-03-01 02:42:18 AM
And the stats for white on white crime go up again. Thanks lady.
 
2013-03-01 02:49:38 AM

ExperianScaresCthulhu: I Browse:
Elizabeth Jones has ben jailed for 16 months after falsely claiming she had been raped 11 times in nine years by Southampton Crown Court.



She really should have left ben alone! Seriously though, that is one messed up headline. Did she make the claim 11 times or claim she was raped 11 times? How did she get raped by a court?
 
2013-03-01 02:51:49 AM

Bubba_the_Hutt: If someone files a false report, that person should be charged whatever crime they claimed was committed.


I'll agree that filing a false report should be a bigger deal, but I think the punishment should fit the crime, not the description of the uncommitted crime. It could be construed as cruel and unusual punishment.
 
2013-03-01 02:58:56 AM

BronyMedic: So, in short, it's complex. Far so than both the Misandrists and Mens Rights shiatheads like to portray it as.



I agree that it's a complex issue, but there's a subtle difference between "I was drunk, maybe I did say yes" and "she admitted that she lied about everything because she was angry, but we're going to block every attempt to release the rapist until the governor forces us to stop".

Obviously the first case shouldn't be punished, but that's no reason to let the second one walk free without even a trial, nor a reason to block someone's release even after the accuser admits that their original accusation was malicious.
 
2013-03-01 05:05:01 AM

WinoRhino: Okay, unrelated... I was doing a GIS for "South Park some Puerto Rican guy" and this came up. It's... awesome.

[www.11points.com image 309x338]


That was something special.
 
2013-03-01 05:35:08 AM

Dr._Love: PC LOAD LETTER: [t-shirtguru.com image 500x399]

Sadly, they finally did the forensics tests on the bones and found that the dingos had, in fact, eaten the baby, and that the woman had been wrongly jailed for years.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Death_of_Azaria_Chamberlain


/Also what the fark does your name mean?
//There is no paper jam!


yet another reason why prosecutors and the cops -- and the media -- should be held liable when an innocent person is jailed. she's 'lucky' she was given life instead of the death penalty; if she'd lived in Texas, the State would have probably ruled that even though she was right all along it's more important fpr the State to have its conviction record than for justice to win the day.


FTFWiki: "The final resolution of the case was triggered by a chance discovery. In early 1986, English tourist David Brett fell to his death from Uluru during an evening climb. Because of the vast size of the rock and the scrubby nature of the surrounding terrain, it was eight days before Brett's remains were discovered, lying below the bluff where he had lost his footing and in an area full of dingo lairs. As police searched the area, looking for missing bones that might have been carried off by dingoes, they discovered a small item of clothing. It was quickly identified as the crucial missing piece of evidence from the Chamberlain case-Azaria's missing matinee jacket."

Wow. I don't even know what to say, that it took another man's death....
 
2013-03-01 05:40:17 AM

Christian Bale: the ha ha guy: Christian Bale: So if someone falsely claims they saw someone kill 10 people, they should be charged with killing 10 people. Makes sense.


Right. Because "oh well, no harm no foul" is such an effective deterrent against maliciously sending someone to prison for a decade.


Very true, since there is no "in between" to leaving false accusations unpunished, and charging them with the exact same crime they accused someone of.

And although no one was even charged with a crime in this case before she fessed up, we should treat it exactly the same as if she sent someone to prison for 25 years and didn't recant the entire time. Good point.



Damn straight.

Yes, it should be treated exactly like that.  Why are you on the side of the woman who not only lied, but potentially could have led to a Charles Stuart situation in her area?  Remember him? Dude lied that a black man had killed his wife, and the cops had not only 'found' the guy but Charles was willing to point him out in a lineup and continue the lies even if it meant an innocent man was going to hang.  If it hadn't been for the brother-in-law saying 'you've gotta be fking kidding'.....


Fk these hoes.  If you lie about a rape allegation or sexual assault, treat it as a Class A Felony, jail the biatches and take away their right to vote and to own a gun.  Lesser crimes get treated worse.
 
2013-03-01 05:48:20 AM

Abacus9: ExperianScaresCthulhu: I Browse:
Elizabeth Jones has ben jailed for 16 months after falsely claiming she had been raped 11 times in nine years by Southampton Crown Court.


She really should have left ben alone! Seriously though, that is one messed up headline. Did she make the claim 11 times or claim she was raped 11 times? How did she get raped by a court?


Shrug.  Instead of using the Austrailian version of events, with all misspellings and grammar issues in the caption intact (if you go to the site, you'll see that I just directly ripped the caption) .. we'll use the popular Daily Fail for another version of events:

Compulsive liar who cried rape 11 times is jailed: Her last victim was an innocent man who she simply 'didn't like any more'


FTFDailyFail: "Compulsive liar Elizabeth Jones, 22, was exposed when CCTV footage disproved her allegation against a man she 'did not like any more'.
She had made her first false rape claim in 2004 when she was just 13, Southampton Crown Court heard.
Between 2005 and 2007 she made another eight allegations which police investigated and dismissed, although she was not prosecuted.
In 2009 she was sentenced to a ten-month detention and training order for a similar offence.
Jones's latest victim was a boyfriend against whom she made the allegation after the pair had an argument."
 
2013-03-01 06:01:50 AM
Reader comment from the Daily Fail article above on Elizabeth Jones' arrest for her eleventh false rape accusation against a consensual partner:  "A 2009 Canadian study found that 80% of rape allegations were faked by women afraid of the consequences of consensual sexual relations. If we want to move on as a people, we need to stop treating certain crimes emotionally a'nd instead implement reasonable procedures. Or not even reasonable procedures, just treat them all the same."

- maomeow
, Lede, 27/2/2013 15:47


I couldn't find the specific Canadian report, but the wiki under false allegations has other reports (including criticisms made against those reports where the numbers were higher than zero).

For everyone else, a handy guide on How To Avoid A False Rape Claim -- why women do it, and how to avoid situations placing you in contact with women who do it.  Good luck with that (men are notoriously idiots when wanting to be led around by their dick), but it's here for those who don't mind a little wisdom.
 
2013-03-01 06:34:45 AM

Abacus9: Bubba_the_Hutt: If someone files a false report, that person should be charged whatever crime they claimed was committed.

I'll agree that filing a false report should be a bigger deal, but I think the punishment should fit the crime, not the description of the uncommitted crime. It could be construed as cruel and unusual punishment.


It's not too hard, though, to argue that the seriousness of a false report depends in a very large part on the crime being alleged. Falsely accusing someone of shoplifting is much less serious as, for example, falsely accusing someone of murder or rape.
 
2013-03-01 06:47:23 AM

Millennium: Abacus9: Bubba_the_Hutt: If someone files a false report, that person should be charged whatever crime they claimed was committed.

I'll agree that filing a false report should be a bigger deal, but I think the punishment should fit the crime, not the description of the uncommitted crime. It could be construed as cruel and unusual punishment.

It's not too hard, though, to argue that the seriousness of a false report depends in a very large part on the crime being alleged. Falsely accusing someone of shoplifting is much less serious as, for example, falsely accusing someone of murder or rape.


Of course, just saying the punishment should fit the crime.
 
2013-03-01 07:09:53 AM
imaginary black men..
why won't they stop rapin'?

saw sharpton at union station, and truly wanted to destroy his short, fat ass
but I was in clothes representing my job
and there would be NO CHANCE to get away with it
damnit so much
 
2013-03-01 07:56:16 AM
How do you stop five imaginary black men from raping a white woman?
 
2013-03-01 08:34:08 AM
So are we sure she miscarried or did biatch get an abortion and then lie about the swamp rape and the miscarriage?
 
2013-03-01 09:02:38 AM

Because People in power are Stupid: [media.wwltv.com image 198x264]

Don't lie, you want some of that.


FAS
 
2013-03-01 09:04:21 AM

MythDragon: How do you stop five imaginary black men from raping a white woman?


24.media.tumblr.com
 
2013-03-01 09:26:28 AM
Quite telling that people feel the need to trot out a case from over 25 years ago to "but but but!" Why would you white knight for this crazy lady?

Hell, if you wanna trot out black men lying about people with lighter skin than theirs, go a little more recent.
www.oilempire.us
 
2013-03-01 03:16:25 PM

DoctorCal: Quite telling that people feel the need to trot out a case from over 25 years ago to "but but but!" Why would you white knight for this crazy lady?

Hell, if you wanna trot out black men lying about people with lighter skin than theirs, go a little more recent.


Word to everything you said, son...
 
2013-03-01 03:28:08 PM
She just told me she needed help busting up a chiffarobe.
 
2013-03-02 02:46:03 PM
The Aristocrats?  I'd go with To Kill A Mockingbird.
 
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