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2013-10-14 01:41:47 PM

Falin: Hey, I heard a rumor that Matthew Barnett who attends University of Central Missouri is a rapist who rapes.

Is this true?


I've heard the same rape rumor about Matthew The Rapist Barnett who legitimately raped an inebriated 14 year old rape victim.  Rapey Matthew The Rapist Barnett seems rapey.  The rape enablers of Missouri seem to have dropped the rape case against Matthew The Rapist Barnett.

Rape Matthew The Rapist Barnett.
 
2013-10-14 01:41:51 PM

Mid_mo_mad_man: Aigoo: Mid_mo_mad_man: Aigoo: Mid_mo_mad_man: gja: Paris1127: Ah yes, Nodaway County, where 46 people witnessed the murder of the town bully in broad daylight and simultaneously saw nothing.

He was just looking for a beatdown.

/will i get a bite?

He did deserve to die. The law couldn't do anything. Remember this was before stalking was a considered a major crime. The town put down a rabid dog. Nothing was lost that day. Btw thats the same thing the good people in this thread are calling for. You know mob justice

Uh, maybe you should clarify that, Mr. Rapey McRaperson Apologist. I see lots of people saying that an investigation into corruption needs to happen and that the young rapist involved needs to be tried for the felony he committed and confessed to committing and that there is/was at least one copy of a video of him committing.

But hey, don't let facts--from the article or from this thread--get in the way of making excuses for your friend/brother/cousin/nephew/son/client. God forbid you should pay attention to all those people "pointing out those uncomfortable facts."


Is not anonymous mob justice?

Did all of Fark go to Anonymous? not from what I see. I see one post. Did all of Fark that posted in this thread go burn this town down? I haven't booked a plane ticket and I sincerely doubt anyone else has.

Funny, your apple doesn't look like this cantaloupe at all. But your continued defense of a rapist still makes you look like a rapist.

Remove your blinders and read the thread. Mob justice is being called for. It doesn't just mean lynching the boys. It also mean harassment online, at school and other ways to stalk them. People need to step back before something stupid happens


He might be harrassed and socially humiliated like that raped girl who was to blame for her raping? How very sad. It's almost like the law should get involved. Maybe it will be, now that a politician's grandson is getting humiliated!!

/the horror
 
2013-10-14 01:42:17 PM

Mid_mo_mad_man: Remove your blinders and read the thread. Mob justice is being called for. It doesn't just mean lynching the boys. It also mean harassment online, at school and other ways to stalk them. People need to step back before something stupid happens


They put themselves in harm's way.
 
2013-10-14 01:43:47 PM

ColSanders: someonelse: If rape is one of the consequences of being stupid and putting oneself in harm's way, then getting fired and harassed is evidently also one of those consequences.

Wow.  That is a pretty big leap.  That comparison is so baseless I'm not even sure where to begin.

Regardless of what led up to it, anyone committing a crime should be punished for it, and there is no excuse for harassing a crime victim.

If I leave my garage door open overnight with my keys in the car and someone steals it, the thief should still be punished, and I shouldn't be harassed for reporting it.  That said, it would be stupid for me to give would-be thieves such an opportunity, and I think anyone would agree.

There's a huge difference between saying the girls made poor choices and "They were asking for it."  The bastards should be punished to the fullest extent of the law.


You act like women who get raped were wearing skimpy clothes in shiat neighbourhoods. The VAST majority of rape victims are wearing their everyday clothes, going about their everyday business.
 
2013-10-14 01:44:55 PM

someonelse: Mid_mo_mad_man: Remove your blinders and read the thread. Mob justice is being called for. It doesn't just mean lynching the boys. It also mean harassment online, at school and other ways to stalk them. People need to step back before something stupid happens

They put themselves in harm's way.


I guess you could say they were asking for this.
 
2013-10-14 01:45:11 PM

someonelse: We definitely need some clarification on which rape victims should feel culpable in their rapes and which rape victims should not.


I'm trying to find the post in which I said the girls were "culpable."  No luck so far.  But you keep using that faulty logic.

Picture this. Your 14 year old daughter asks you, "Daddy, some guys invited me to a kegger at their frat house tonight.  I plan on going alone and drinking a lot!"

Would your response be, "Sure, honey!"?  After all, if anything happens to her you'll be comforted by the fact that it really shouldn't have.  Why tell her that it's probably not a good idea?
 
2013-10-14 01:46:39 PM

Chinchillazilla: Looks like Anonymous is indeed on the case, for better or for worse. At the very least I hope they make a few Maryville residents uncomfortable. http://youtu.be/6y-rrr1UWDs


That is one terribly-made video. Jesus. That's not helping at all. Who the fark will even watch that horrid shiat?
 
2013-10-14 01:47:15 PM

ColSanders: someonelse: We definitely need some clarification on which rape victims should feel culpable in their rapes and which rape victims should not.

I'm trying to find the post in which I said the girls were "culpable."  No luck so far.  But you keep using that faulty logic.

Picture this. Your 14 year old daughter asks you, "Daddy, some guys invited me to a kegger at their frat house tonight.  I plan on going alone and drinking a lot!"

Would your response be, "Sure, honey!"?  After all, if anything happens to her you'll be comforted by the fact that it really shouldn't have.  Why tell her that it's probably not a good idea?


If it's in Missouri I may just rape the fark out of her and cut out the middle man.
 
2013-10-14 01:48:15 PM

The My Little Pony Killer: Girls don't need to be taught to be not raped. Boys need to be taught to not rape. Don't let boys rape, period.


There is a considerable difference between helping women to identify and avoid predatory situations and claiming that they deserve whatever happens if they enter/fall into one of those situations. The way things SHOULD be and the way things ARE can be significantly different.

It's sort of like walking out in front of traffic then screaming "BUT I WAS IN THE CROSSWALK" after you get run over. Sure, maybe you technically had the right of way, but reality says cars don't stop that fast so you were still hit.

Likewise, women should be able to get sloppy drunk among strangers without being raped, but reality says it's going to happen some percent of the time. You can go get drunk, get raped and say afterward that it was all the guy's fault and your behavior in no way minimized his... and you're right. But you still got raped. If the goal is to avoid becoming a victim in the first place then being correct after it happens isn't sufficient.

We should be helping women to avoid predators AND be working to eliminate the predators. Not one or the other.
 
2013-10-14 01:48:50 PM

Callous: Mid_mo_mad_man:

Tagged as "Blames under aged rape victims"


Tagged as "Rape Apologist" in a nice rapey orange.
 
2013-10-14 01:49:14 PM

Chinchillazilla: someonelse: Mid_mo_mad_man: Remove your blinders and read the thread. Mob justice is being called for. It doesn't just mean lynching the boys. It also mean harassment online, at school and other ways to stalk them. People need to step back before something stupid happens

They put themselves in harm's way.

I guess you could say they were asking for this.


Oh, won't somebody PLEASE think of the rapists, Matthew Barnett the raping rapist and Jordan Zech, raping child pornographer?

static.tvfanatic.com
 
2013-10-14 01:50:05 PM

The My Little Pony Killer: Chinchillazilla: someonelse: Mid_mo_mad_man: Remove your blinders and read the thread. Mob justice is being called for. It doesn't just mean lynching the boys. It also mean harassment online, at school and other ways to stalk them. People need to step back before something stupid happens

They put themselves in harm's way.

I guess you could say they were asking for this.

Oh, won't somebody PLEASE think of the rapists, Matthew Barnett the raping rapist and Jordan Zech, raping child pornographer?

[static.tvfanatic.com image 300x300]


img.fark.net

OH HAI.
 
2013-10-14 01:50:30 PM

skozlaw: The My Little Pony Killer: Girls don't need to be taught to be not raped. Boys need to be taught to not rape. Don't let boys rape, period.

There is a considerable difference between helping women to identify and avoid predatory situations and claiming that they deserve whatever happens if they enter/fall into one of those situations. The way things SHOULD be and the way things ARE can be significantly different.

It's sort of like walking out in front of traffic then screaming "BUT I WAS IN THE CROSSWALK" after you get run over. Sure, maybe you technically had the right of way, but reality says cars don't stop that fast so you were still hit.

Likewise, women should be able to get sloppy drunk among strangers without being raped, but reality says it's going to happen some percent of the time. You can go get drunk, get raped and say afterward that it was all the guy's fault and your behavior in no way minimized his... and you're right. But you still got raped. If the goal is to avoid becoming a victim in the first place then being correct after it happens isn't sufficient.

We should be helping women to avoid predators AND be working to eliminate the predators. Not one or the other.


We're already working on the bolded part, genius. Can we start focus on helping to teach our sons not to rape, or is it too soon for that part? Can we do that soon? Huh?
 
2013-10-14 01:51:14 PM

skozlaw: The My Little Pony Killer: Girls don't need to be taught to be not raped. Boys need to be taught to not rape. Don't let boys rape, period.

There is a considerable difference between helping women to identify and avoid predatory situations and claiming that they deserve whatever happens if they enter/fall into one of those situations. The way things SHOULD be and the way things ARE can be significantly different.

It's sort of like walking out in front of traffic then screaming "BUT I WAS IN THE CROSSWALK" after you get run over. Sure, maybe you technically had the right of way, but reality says cars don't stop that fast so you were still hit.

Likewise, women should be able to get sloppy drunk among strangers without being raped, but reality says it's going to happen some percent of the time. You can go get drunk, get raped and say afterward that it was all the guy's fault and your behavior in no way minimized his... and you're right. But you still got raped. If the goal is to avoid becoming a victim in the first place then being correct after it happens isn't sufficient.

We should be helping women to avoid predators AND be working to eliminate the predators. Not one or the other.


i240.photobucket.com
 
2013-10-14 01:52:59 PM

Chinchillazilla: The My Little Pony Killer: ColSanders: However, bad decisions on the girls' part should be pointed out and used as a teaching moment for young girlsboys.

Girls don't need to be taught to be not raped. Boys need to be taught to not rape. Don't let boys rape, period.

Blaming the victim only goes down a rabbit hole that nobody in this country wants to go down. Do YOU want women to have to cover themselves head-to-toe whenever they leave the house? Because that is where your idea leads to.

Women will have to cover themselves head-to-toe, and they will still get raped, because dudes are told that this is okay.


Let us not forget the sisterhood's role in this:

FTFA: At a dance competition, Melinda Coleman says, a girl arrived wearing a homemade shirt: Matt 1, Daisy 0.

Seems like there are at least some females taking the side of the prep.
 
gja [TotalFark]
2013-10-14 01:53:14 PM

Aigoo: gja: HeartBurnKid: MechaPyx: Mid_mo_mad_man: gja: Paris1127: Ah yes, Nodaway County, where 46 people witnessed the murder of the town bully in broad daylight and simultaneously saw nothing.

He was just looking for a beatdown.

/will i get a bite?

He did deserve to die. The law couldn't do anything. Remember this was before stalking was a considered a major crime. The town put down a rabid dog. Nothing was lost that day. Btw thats the same thing the good people in this thread are calling for. You know mob justice

Did I miss something? I didn't see anyone calling for him to be dumped in a lake wearing a set of concrete boots.

I'm not going to call for it, but I wouldn't cry if it happened.  These assholes raped two girls, and the justice system failed and let them get away with it.  This is the kind of situation where mob justice can be justified.  Pity the local mob has taken the side of injustice.

Sorry, I can't think that way. My beliefs and upbringing preclude me from behaving in that manner.

Same. But I can absolutely agree that this prosecutor and the MO Attorney General's Office need investigating from someone higher up the chain and that everyone involved with obstructing justice needs to go to jail in addition to those who actually committed the original crimes in this case. If that means the whole town goes to prison, it will not hurt my feelings--that's where they all belong.


Oh I think they went far beyond obstruction. I think there is a clear and definable line of collusion and complicity in this case.
The need to have their lives wrecked for this type of betrayal of trust and abuse of position.
 
2013-10-14 01:53:31 PM

Langdon_777: Now I do not think he should commit suicide - but I suspect he is thinking it right now.


I suggest self-immolation. In broad daylight. In the middle of town.
 
2013-10-14 01:54:27 PM

hasty ambush: Chinchillazilla: The My Little Pony Killer: ColSanders: However, bad decisions on the girls' part should be pointed out and used as a teaching moment for young girlsboys.

Girls don't need to be taught to be not raped. Boys need to be taught to not rape. Don't let boys rape, period.

Blaming the victim only goes down a rabbit hole that nobody in this country wants to go down. Do YOU want women to have to cover themselves head-to-toe whenever they leave the house? Because that is where your idea leads to.

Women will have to cover themselves head-to-toe, and they will still get raped, because dudes are told that this is okay.

Let us not forget the sisterhood's role in this:

FTFA: At a dance competition, Melinda Coleman says, a girl arrived wearing a homemade shirt: Matt 1, Daisy 0.

Seems like there are at least some females taking the side of the prep.


The homemade shirt was low cut, which means this whore is asking for the D and deserves all the raping she can handle and more.
 
2013-10-14 01:54:58 PM

RectalFury: The My Little Pony Killer: Chinchillazilla: someonelse: Mid_mo_mad_man: Remove your blinders and read the thread. Mob justice is being called for. It doesn't just mean lynching the boys. It also mean harassment online, at school and other ways to stalk them. People need to step back before something stupid happens

They put themselves in harm's way.

I guess you could say they were asking for this.

Oh, won't somebody PLEASE think of the rapists, Matthew Barnett the raping rapist and Jordan Zech, raping child pornographer?

[static.tvfanatic.com image 300x300]

[img.fark.net image 320x432]

OH HAI.


I may look like a Dick head, but ladies sho love the D.
 
2013-10-14 01:55:07 PM
Family values.

You know: rape, injustice, political influence, harassment of a crime victim, football, arson
 
2013-10-14 01:56:30 PM
You can help women avoid predators by actively refusing to raise predators. They don't come from a vacuum. You idiots are hyperfocused on what the woman could have done wrong in the situation, when all she did was exist. TEACH YOUR BOYS TO RESPECT OTHER HUMAN BEINGS. Not a difficult concept, and it shouldn't be met with jackholes demanding that we don't forget the girls in all this. We haven't forgotten the girls, we just choose to acknowledge that the boys (and their parents, and community) have had THEIR own roles in all this as well.
 
2013-10-14 01:58:26 PM

The My Little Pony Killer: skozlaw: The My Little Pony Killer: Girls don't need to be taught to be not raped. Boys need to be taught to not rape. Don't let boys rape, period.

There is a considerable difference between helping women to identify and avoid predatory situations and claiming that they deserve whatever happens if they enter/fall into one of those situations. The way things SHOULD be and the way things ARE can be significantly different.

It's sort of like walking out in front of traffic then screaming "BUT I WAS IN THE CROSSWALK" after you get run over. Sure, maybe you technically had the right of way, but reality says cars don't stop that fast so you were still hit.

Likewise, women should be able to get sloppy drunk among strangers without being raped, but reality says it's going to happen some percent of the time. You can go get drunk, get raped and say afterward that it was all the guy's fault and your behavior in no way minimized his... and you're right. But you still got raped. If the goal is to avoid becoming a victim in the first place then being correct after it happens isn't sufficient.

We should be helping women to avoid predators AND be working to eliminate the predators. Not one or the other.

We're already working on the bolded part, genius. Can we start focus on helping to teach our sons not to rape, or is it too soon for that part? Can we do that soon? Huh?


I'm getting REALLY tired of hearing this stupid farking bullshiat.

We do teach our sons not to rape, you misandrist. The same as we teach them not to murder, steal, or assault random strangers. It's the f*cking law. You imply that sons everywhere are told "Yeah, go ahead and rape to your heart's content, boy..."

/Seriously, you want to help stop rape, step 1 is to stop blaming all men.
 
2013-10-14 01:59:29 PM

The My Little Pony Killer: You can help women avoid predators by actively refusing to raise predators. They don't come from a vacuum. You idiots are hyperfocused on what the woman could have done wrong in the situation, when all she did was exist. TEACH YOUR BOYS TO RESPECT OTHER HUMAN BEINGS. Not a difficult concept, and it shouldn't be met with jackholes demanding that we don't forget the girls in all this. We haven't forgotten the girls, we just choose to acknowledge that the boys (and their parents, and community) have had THEIR own roles in all this as well.


Misandrist.

Nobody is telling boys it's okay to rape. The message is LOUD AND CLEAR that rape is wrong.
 
2013-10-14 01:59:45 PM

vudukungfu: Change Dot Org has a petition.


And again, the farking petition is closed.
 
2013-10-14 02:01:16 PM

Chinchillazilla: someonelse: Mid_mo_mad_man: Remove your blinders and read the thread. Mob justice is being called for. It doesn't just mean lynching the boys. It also mean harassment online, at school and other ways to stalk them. People need to step back before something stupid happens

They put themselves in harm's way.

I guess you could say they were asking for this.


What do they think would happen to them if they raped young girls? They're really responsible for whatever happens to them.
 
2013-10-14 02:01:59 PM

The My Little Pony Killer: You can help women avoid predators by actively refusing to raise predators. They don't come from a vacuum. You idiots are hyperfocused on what the woman could have done wrong in the situation, when all she did was exist. TEACH YOUR BOYS TO RESPECT OTHER HUMAN BEINGS.


I don't think anyone disagrees with that, but I've yet to see anyone advocate teaching boys that rape is okay.  Again, why is it one or the other?  And why do people get grief when they suggest emphasizing safe behavior?

That's like getting pissed off at cops who will soon be telling us (again) not to leave gifts and packages out in plain sight in our cars while we shop during the holiday season.  WHY ARE THOSE IDIOTS FOCUSED ON OUR BEHAVIOR??  TEACH PEOPLE NOT TO STEAL!
 
2013-10-14 02:06:59 PM

ColSanders: someonelse: We definitely need some clarification on which rape victims should feel culpable in their rapes and which rape victims should not.

I'm trying to find the post in which I said the girls were "culpable."  No luck so far.  But you keep using that faulty logic.

Picture this. Your 14 year old daughter asks you, "Daddy, some guys invited me to a kegger at their frat house tonight.  I plan on going alone and drinking a lot!"

Would your response be, "Sure, honey!"?  After all, if anything happens to her you'll be comforted by the fact that it really shouldn't have.  Why tell her that it's probably not a good idea?


You made the comparison to leaving your wallet on top of your car. In fairness, you did say that the only person responsible in that scenario would be the thief. But I think the comparison itself is all kinds of wrong. The equivalent to your wallet scenario is not "don't go out late at night and drink with boys." It's "don't let yourself be seen by rapists."
 
2013-10-14 02:08:04 PM

ColSanders: WHY ARE THOSE IDIOTS FOCUSED ON OUR BEHAVIOR??


Because like drunk underaged girls, gay men, and kittens, we enable criminal behavior.

/amidoinitrite?
 
2013-10-14 02:09:13 PM

Warlordtrooper: skozlaw: I can't believe it took almost two hundred posts for the pro-rape brigade to turn this into a "biatch deserved it" thread.

That's gotta be a record for Fark.

Ya but go look at the thread about the tiger taking off the woman's arm.  It was a "biatch deserved it" thread from the get go.  Didn't see too many people complaining about the tone of those comments in there.


She made an adult decision. She wasn't 14, go troll somewhere else.
 
2013-10-14 02:09:19 PM

LavenderWolf: The My Little Pony Killer: You can help women avoid predators by actively refusing to raise predators. They don't come from a vacuum. You idiots are hyperfocused on what the woman could have done wrong in the situation, when all she did was exist. TEACH YOUR BOYS TO RESPECT OTHER HUMAN BEINGS. Not a difficult concept, and it shouldn't be met with jackholes demanding that we don't forget the girls in all this. We haven't forgotten the girls, we just choose to acknowledge that the boys (and their parents, and community) have had THEIR own roles in all this as well.

Misandrist.

Nobody is telling boys it's okay to rape. The message is LOUD AND CLEAR that rape is wrong.


Yeah, that article clearly articulates that the community thinks rape is 100% wrong, what with the sherriff stating the family had issues and is cray-cray, the lawyer for the defense just stating this is typical teenage behaviour, and the employer of the victim's mother firing her because she's tied to the family of the accused.

Not all men are guilty of thinking this way, but there are certainly a hell of a lot of people who treat cases such as this as, "boys just being boys," "teenagers being teenagers," and so on and so forth. This attitude was highly evident in the Rehtaeh Parsons case in Nova Scotia as well, where it took the internet to get on the former NDP government's ass for them to do something. The same province also recently had an issue where a university was chanting a pro-statutory rape chant, and people responded, "oh, that's just typical university behaviour, leave the poor kids alone!" And yes, the former Premier was again one of those people with that attitude.

There are plenty of people in society who fail to comprehend simple messages such as this, because they aren't taught it. It's not misandric to teach boys not to rape.
 
2013-10-14 02:11:07 PM

FarkingReading: hasty ambush: Chinchillazilla: The My Little Pony Killer: ColSanders: However, bad decisions on the girls' part should be pointed out and used as a teaching moment for young girlsboys.

Girls don't need to be taught to be not raped. Boys need to be taught to not rape. Don't let boys rape, period.

Blaming the victim only goes down a rabbit hole that nobody in this country wants to go down. Do YOU want women to have to cover themselves head-to-toe whenever they leave the house? Because that is where your idea leads to.

Women will have to cover themselves head-to-toe, and they will still get raped, because dudes are told that this is okay.

Let us not forget the sisterhood's role in this:

FTFA: At a dance competition, Melinda Coleman says, a girl arrived wearing a homemade shirt: Matt 1, Daisy 0.

Seems like there are at least some females taking the side of the prep.

The homemade shirt was low cut, which means this whore is asking for the D and deserves all the raping she can handle and more.


It would seem that some women thought so.  I am not advocating your point.  She was 14 , they knew she was 14 . She could have been  sober,dancing around naked,  literally begging for it and it would have still been wrong.

Problem is we are once against hearing from the all males are bad and need to be taught not to rape crowd. Which is like saying all women are bad and need to be taught not to make false rape allegations.
 
2013-10-14 02:11:33 PM
 
2013-10-14 02:12:34 PM

RectalFury: BolshyGreatYarblocks: RectalFury: BolshyGreatYarblocks: FeatheredSun: If I've read this right, the original "perpetrators" were teen boys with less than 5 yrs' age difference and this was only classified as rape because the girls were under the state's legal age.

The fire was investigated and no suspicious evidence was found.

/Sorry to interrupt. Carry on with outrage.

So can I slip your daughter, wife or GF a roofie and fark her hard while she's out?

Sounds like....

 A B C E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Sounds like sarcasm; turn up your hearing aid.

Sounds like you may be retarded.

"Your wife is missing the D"


If you bring up retardation, then I suppose you live in a place like MO?  I never hear anyone from a blue state use that term, except clinically.
 
2013-10-14 02:12:34 PM

ColSanders: Picture this. Your 14 year old daughter asks you, "Daddy, some guys invited me to a kegger at their frat house tonight.  I plan on going alone and drinking a lot!"

Would your response be, "Sure, honey!"?  After all, if anything happens to her you'll be comforted by the fact that it really shouldn't have.  Why tell her that it's probably not a good idea?


Actually, that might work, in a manipulative sort of way.
"Go ahead, sweetie.  I'm sure every one of those hard-drinking frat boys is a paragon of self-control, and not a single one would even think of taking advantage of your inebriated state.  And on the off-chance that one does rape you, video it, and then discard you like a used tissue, you can feel comforted by knowing that he shouldn't have done that.  You go have a good time not getting raped."

/even better when read in the Mrs. Wolowitz voice
 
2013-10-14 02:15:01 PM

BohemianGraham: Yeah, that article clearly articulates that the community thinks rape is 100% wrong, what with the sherriff stating the family had issues and is cray-cray, the lawyer for the defense just stating this is typical teenage behaviour, and the employer of the victim's mother firing her because she's tied to the family of the accused.

Not all men are guilty of thinking this way, but there are certainly a hell of a lot of people who treat cases such as this as, "boys just being boys," "teenagers being teenagers," and so on and so forth. This attitude was highly evident in the Rehtaeh Parsons case in Nova Scotia as well, where it took the internet to get on the former NDP government's ass for them to do something. The same province also recently had an issue where a university was chanting a pro-statutory rape chant, and people responded, "oh, that's just typical university behaviour, leave the poor kids alone!" And yes, the former Premier was again one of those people with that attitude.

There are plenty of people in society who fail to comprehend simple messages such as this, because they aren't taught it. It's not misandric to teach boys not to rape.


One - I just now realized 'Rehtaeh' is 'Heather' backwards.
Two - I'm guessing you're probably not American ('behaviour'), so I gotta ask - do you have non-professional sports idolatry where you're from? Genuinely curious, no sarcasm.

/sports idolatry explains a lot of this case
//and this town
///and the Midwest
 
2013-10-14 02:15:46 PM

hasty ambush: FarkingReading: hasty ambush: Chinchillazilla: The My Little Pony Killer: ColSanders: However, bad decisions on the girls' part should be pointed out and used as a teaching moment for young girlsboys.

Girls don't need to be taught to be not raped. Boys need to be taught to not rape. Don't let boys rape, period.

Blaming the victim only goes down a rabbit hole that nobody in this country wants to go down. Do YOU want women to have to cover themselves head-to-toe whenever they leave the house? Because that is where your idea leads to.

Women will have to cover themselves head-to-toe, and they will still get raped, because dudes are told that this is okay.

Let us not forget the sisterhood's role in this:

FTFA: At a dance competition, Melinda Coleman says, a girl arrived wearing a homemade shirt: Matt 1, Daisy 0.

Seems like there are at least some females taking the side of the prep.

The homemade shirt was low cut, which means this whore is asking for the D and deserves all the raping she can handle and more.

It would seem that some women thought so.  I am not advocating your point.  She was 14 , they knew she was 14 . She could have been  sober,dancing around naked,  literally begging for it and it would have still been wrong.

Problem is we are once against hearing from the all males are bad and need to be taught not to rape crowd. Which is like saying all women are bad and need to be taught not to make false rape allegations.




Women don't need to be taught not to make false reports. However they need to punished harshly when they do.
 
2013-10-14 02:15:47 PM

LavenderWolf: The My Little Pony Killer: You can help women avoid predators by actively refusing to raise predators. They don't come from a vacuum. You idiots are hyperfocused on what the woman could have done wrong in the situation, when all she did was exist. TEACH YOUR BOYS TO RESPECT OTHER HUMAN BEINGS. Not a difficult concept, and it shouldn't be met with jackholes demanding that we don't forget the girls in all this. We haven't forgotten the girls, we just choose to acknowledge that the boys (and their parents, and community) have had THEIR own roles in all this as well.

Misandrist.

Nobody is telling boys it's okay to rape. The message is LOUD AND CLEAR that rape is wrong.


Not in Maryville.

And realistically, the message is not always loud and clear. Rarely do people excuse or rationalize a thief's thievery on account of the victim leaving their window unlocked.
 
2013-10-14 02:18:14 PM

ReverendJasen: The victim was raped and dumped on the lawn like garbage, and now has had her house burned down.  Is that enough punishment for the slut, you asshole?


MOTHERF*CKING  i54.tinypic.com
 
2013-10-14 02:19:51 PM

Marine1: HeartBurnKid: MechaPyx: Mid_mo_mad_man: gja: Paris1127: Ah yes, Nodaway County, where 46 people witnessed the murder of the town bully in broad daylight and simultaneously saw nothing.

He was just looking for a beatdown.

/will i get a bite?

He did deserve to die. The law couldn't do anything. Remember this was before stalking was a considered a major crime. The town put down a rabid dog. Nothing was lost that day. Btw thats the same thing the good people in this thread are calling for. You know mob justice

Did I miss something? I didn't see anyone calling for him to be dumped in a lake wearing a set of concrete boots.

I'm not going to call for it, but I wouldn't cry if it happened.  These assholes raped two girls, and the justice system failed and let them get away with it.  This is the kind of situation where mob justice can be justified.  Pity the local mob has taken the side of injustice.

Not yet. Just because the justice system failed once doesn't mean it can't have another shot. 

We have charges that we could file against them; it's not like Skidmore where McElroy raised Hell doing things beyond the reach of statutes. Rape is a crime, one these people could be charged with.


McElroy committed rape, assault, battery and theft, and more than once; he just wasn't charged.
 
2013-10-14 02:20:33 PM

someonelse: The equivalent to your wallet scenario is not "don't go out late at night and drink with boys." It's "don't let yourself be seen by rapists."


Well, it wasn't meant as a completely equivalent comparison.  Having your wallet stolen is hardly as bad as getting raped, obviously.  My overall point was that bad people exist, and right or wrong, certain behavior makes you more vulnerable to them.  That doesn't make the bad people any less bad.  It's still completely their fault, and they should still be punished.
 
2013-10-14 02:20:50 PM

The My Little Pony Killer: Can we start focus on helping to teach our sons not to rape


Yea, right, you sure got me there. Nobody teaches their sons that rape is wrong. Good point.

BohemianGraham: Yeah, that article clearly articulates that the community thinks rape is 100% wrong, what with the sherriff stating the family had issues and is cray-cray, the lawyer for the defense just stating this is typical teenage behaviour, and the employer of the victim's mother firing her because she's tied to the family of the accused.


I'm sure they think rape is wrong, they just think it's more wrong to not go to every conceivable length to protect their own no matter what sort of little monster we're talking about.

It's a small town and we're talking about a less popular outsider being victimized by some of the local football heroes. They do this sort of shiat for all kinds of other things too. I have no doubt that this would have played out similarly if the stupid raping little bastard had instead killed somebody in a drunk driving crash.

Small towns are full of severely insular, farked up people. Never underestimate their ability to commit evil in the name of defending their own, especially when the one being defended is on the football team.
 
2013-10-14 02:21:09 PM

Harry Freakstorm: Sunny came home to her favorite room
And Sunny sat down in the kitchen
She opened a book and a box of tools
Sunny came home with a mission

She says, "Days go by I'm hypnotized
I'm walking on a wire"
I will close my eyes and fly out of my mind
Into the fire

Sunny came home with a list of names
She didn't believe in transcendence
"And it's time for a few small repairs", she said
But Sunny came home with a vengeance

She says, "Days go by I don't know why
I'm walking on a wire"
I close my eyes and fly out of my mind
Into the fire

Get the kids and bring a sweater
Dry is good and wind is better
Count the years, you always knew it
Strike a match, go on and do it

Days go by I'm hypnotized
I'm walking on a wire
I close my eyes and fly out of my mind
Into the fire

Light the sky and hold on tight
The world is burning down
She's out there on her own and she's alright
Sunny came home

Sunny came home
Home, home, home


For the girls' sakes, I hope this  doesn't happen. This is what happens when someone is injured and  can't heal.

/Really hope they get to start over somewhere
//and get a true fresh start
///someplace with decent human beings
 
2013-10-14 02:21:09 PM

The Beatings Will Continue Until Morale Improves: This just shows that small towns are just as dangerous to live in as big cities. Only you can get away from bad neighborhoods in big cities.


Small towns are worse than big cities, as they're often ruled by 4-5 established families who have been there for ages, and if you're an "outsider," you aren't just different. You're the enemy. Even if you're a member of one of the established families, you're still an outsider if you were raised elsewhere. They own the local first responders as well as the city council. They own the judge. They own guns. If you don't like it, you can either move or be chased out of town, and there's not a damn thing you can do about it.

The "suburbs" are a lawless death trap. Those "low crime" numbers you might see are the direct result of a lack of reporting due to the shiate you will have to put up with in an everyone-knows-everyone situation. Some that are reported are swept under the rug or smoothed out between families. Occasionally, you'll see someone blame an unidentified black man for fear of blaming a neighbor's kid. If someone dies, it's likely attributed to an "accident" or "irresponsible behavior."

The town I live in is just such a town, and we were utterly clueless when we moved here. We're looking to move out now, but the real estate market being what it is, we're not having the best of luck. For now, we're keeping our heads down until we get get the hell out.

My husband's family helped establish the town in question, but he and I only moved there after we were married. This is a small town with a small government and a lot of trailer parks (if you get my meaning), but we live in one of the nicer areas of town. Since I've lived here, the town has grown thanks to "outside families" moving in and adding their nicer subdivisions as well as their tax dollars, but when they started to outnumber the established families and even elected one of their own as the new mayor as well as electing new council members, all hell broke loose. The remaining "old guard" council members (a minority, I might mention) refused to show for council meetings and threatened a few of the new members to the point where they didn't show up. Council meetings failed to have enough members there, and no business could be done. The mayor and his family were then threatened, and the mayor later resigned along with two of the newer. The remaining older council members then became a majority and slowly pushed out the remaining newer members except for one and voted among themselves to replace the mayor and council members with more established members of the community without an election. Fed up and disgusted, the newer population of the town started a drive to have the township dissolved and then annexed into the next town over, which had a larger, more organized town leadership.

I began to blog about the situation. Not two weeks after my first blog post, there was a knock on my door. It was one of my husband's cousins. He proceeded to barge into my home uninvited while I was holding my (then) infant daughter and threaten us, saying that "bad things will happen" if I didn't back off. Trash was dumped in our yard. Windows were broken. Items were stolen. I was constantly ambushed at the grocery store. This was all very mild in comparison to what the mayor of the other town was experiencing. His kids were in school, and they'd been bullied constantly. His son was even hospitalized, and the culprit never saw a day in jail. One of the appointed council members who had previously been voted out was the wife of the local chief of police, and she strongly hinted that some newer members of the community might have some legal trouble in the future.

It all ended when the town council voted to take on a huge amount of debt for a b.s. project simply to make the acquisition of our town by the other be even more undesirable. The attempt to dissolve the township, which would have succeeded if brought to a vote, was fought in court, but everything was dropped once the next town over caved to the bullying and decided against taking us in. In the next election, every single one of the council members as well as the mayor were all voted out and replaced with newer members of the community, but the damage from the town debt had already been done. Folks are moving out by the droves now, and we're not far behind. We've seen what they can and will do.
 
2013-10-14 02:21:57 PM

IntertubeUser: Falin: Hey, I heard a rumor that Matthew Barnett who attends University of Central Missouri is a rapist who rapes.

Is this true?

I've heard the same rape rumor about Matthew The Rapist Barnett

  who legitimately raped an inebriated 14 year old rape victim.  Rapey Matthew The Rapist Barnett seems rapey.  The rape enablers of Missouri seem to have dropped the rape case against Matthew The Rapist Barnett .

Rape Matthew The Rapist Barnett
 .

FTFYM,andE
 
2013-10-14 02:23:37 PM
has anyone bought MatthewBarnettIsARapist.com?
 
2013-10-14 02:25:49 PM

Mid_mo_mad_man: hasty ambush: FarkingReading: hasty ambush: Chinchillazilla: The My Little Pony Killer: ColSanders: However, bad decisions on the girls' part should be pointed out and used as a teaching moment for young girlsboys.

Girls don't need to be taught to be not raped. Boys need to be taught to not rape. Don't let boys rape, period.

Blaming the victim only goes down a rabbit hole that nobody in this country wants to go down. Do YOU want women to have to cover themselves head-to-toe whenever they leave the house? Because that is where your idea leads to.

Women will have to cover themselves head-to-toe, and they will still get raped, because dudes are told that this is okay.

Let us not forget the sisterhood's role in this:

FTFA: At a dance competition, Melinda Coleman says, a girl arrived wearing a homemade shirt: Matt 1, Daisy 0.

Seems like there are at least some females taking the side of the prep.

The homemade shirt was low cut, which means this whore is asking for the D and deserves all the raping she can handle and more.

It would seem that some women thought so.  I am not advocating your point.  She was 14 , they knew she was 14 . She could have been  sober,dancing around naked,  literally begging for it and it would have still been wrong.

Problem is we are once against hearing from the all males are bad and need to be taught not to rape crowd. Which is like saying all women are bad and need to be taught not to make false rape allegations.

Women Men don't need to be taught not to make false reportsrape . However they need to punished harshly when they do.


FTFY, you're welcome
 
2013-10-14 02:30:23 PM

someonelse: And realistically, the message is not always loud and clear. Rarely do people excuse or rationalize a thief's thievery on account of the victim leaving their window unlocked.


A few months ago my neighbor parked a rental car in his driveway and left it unlocked one night with his garage door opener in it.  Someone got in the car, used the opener to open the garage door, then found the keys hanging in the garage and stole the car.  Luckily for him they didn't enter the house and take anything.

When my neighbor told me what happened he admonished himself for leaving the car unlocked.  He made it a point to alert everyone in the neighborhood about the crime and remind them to make sure their cars are locked at night.  Despite admitting that his failing to lock his doors contributed to the theft, I don't recall him exonerating the thief.  Nor do I recall anyone getting angry at being reminded to lock their doors.
 
2013-10-14 02:31:33 PM

hasty ambush: Mid_mo_mad_man: hasty ambush: FarkingReading: hasty ambush: Chinchillazilla: The My Little Pony Killer: ColSanders: However, bad decisions on the girls' part should be pointed out and used as a teaching moment for young girlsboys.

Girls don't need to be taught to be not raped. Boys need to be taught to not rape. Don't let boys rape, period.

Blaming the victim only goes down a rabbit hole that nobody in this country wants to go down. Do YOU want women to have to cover themselves head-to-toe whenever they leave the house? Because that is where your idea leads to.

Women will have to cover themselves head-to-toe, and they will still get raped, because dudes are told that this is okay.

Let us not forget the sisterhood's role in this:

FTFA: At a dance competition, Melinda Coleman says, a girl arrived wearing a homemade shirt: Matt 1, Daisy 0.

Seems like there are at least some females taking the side of the prep.

The homemade shirt was low cut, which means this whore is asking for the D and deserves all the raping she can handle and more.

It would seem that some women thought so.  I am not advocating your point.  She was 14 , they knew she was 14 . She could have been  sober,dancing around naked,  literally begging for it and it would have still been wrong.

Problem is we are once against hearing from the all males are bad and need to be taught not to rape crowd. Which is like saying all women are bad and need to be taught not to make false rape allegations.

Women Men don't need to be taught not to make false reportsrape . However they need to punished harshly when they do.

FTFY, you're welcome




Sorry, I had it right the first time.
 
2013-10-14 02:32:35 PM
From the Yelp reviews: "Smells great when you walk in the place, but as soon as we were seated, the Cristiano Ronaldo-looking server started staring at my daughter.  When he came over and took our orders, he told my 14-year old to order the "Special D of the House".  I asked him what the specialty was.  He just rubbed his crotch with an index finger and nodded at her.  We got up and left.  There was something, I don't know how to put it exactly, a little...rapey...about the place."
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O que eu fiz?
 
2013-10-14 02:33:14 PM

Zik-Zak: BohemianGraham: Yeah, that article clearly articulates that the community thinks rape is 100% wrong, what with the sherriff stating the family had issues and is cray-cray, the lawyer for the defense just stating this is typical teenage behaviour, and the employer of the victim's mother firing her because she's tied to the family of the accused.

Not all men are guilty of thinking this way, but there are certainly a hell of a lot of people who treat cases such as this as, "boys just being boys," "teenagers being teenagers," and so on and so forth. This attitude was highly evident in the Rehtaeh Parsons case in Nova Scotia as well, where it took the internet to get on the former NDP government's ass for them to do something. The same province also recently had an issue where a university was chanting a pro-statutory rape chant, and people responded, "oh, that's just typical university behaviour, leave the poor kids alone!" And yes, the former Premier was again one of those people with that attitude.

There are plenty of people in society who fail to comprehend simple messages such as this, because they aren't taught it. It's not misandric to teach boys not to rape.

One - I just now realized 'Rehtaeh' is 'Heather' backwards.
Two - I'm guessing you're probably not American ('behaviour'), so I gotta ask - do you have non-professional sports idolatry where you're from? Genuinely curious, no sarcasm.

/sports idolatry explains a lot of this case
//and this town
///and the Midwest


I'm from Nova Scotia. I grew up in a community of about 1500 people, where 90% of the population was related to each other, so I'm well aware of the community "protecting its own," as my family moved to that community when I was about 2. My parents are still there, but we have never been very welcomed in that community, despite staying there for 25+ years. Dad was military, so they assumed we wouldn't stay there very long, and the adults encouraged their children to bully my siblings and I because we weren't inbred locals.

I'm currently living in HRM, the same city which has the rapey undergrad chant (not only that, a student from that same university pled guilty to sexual assault of a 14-year old girl he was coaching in soccer a week after the rapey chant made the news), and where the Rehtaeh Parsons case happened. I'm well aware of the American sports idolatry, as it still does happen in Canada, as does the whole "they have connections, they get away with shiat," because there have been rumours abound that the boys involved in the Parsons case were, and are to a certain exetent, protected because parents were local politicians and/or members of the RCMP. My province also happens to have the highest rate of sexual assault in the country of Canada, and falls fairly behind in being proactive and progressive about sexual assault cases.
 
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