Monday, 30 July 2012

A Paragraph That Sums Up ‘Broken Britain’…

Emma Jones, 27, left her four young children with their grandparents while she went out clubbing.
But after returning home five hours late Jones claimed she had been sexually assaulted so her parents wouldn't be angry at her.
She got two years and eight months. If she does even half of that, I’ll be astonished…
They reported her claim to the police who later arrested two men and subjected them to intimate physical examinations.
But they were released after CCTV emerged of her kissing one of the men she had accused of the sex attack.
Police questioned Jones again and she admitted lying to avoid getting in trouble with her parents.
As usual, the initial sympathy is reserved for anyone but the innocent victims:
Judge Stephen Hopkins QC told her: 'Every false allegation of rape increases the plight of those women who are genuinely victims of rape.
'It makes their allegations harder to prove as juries are concerned at the possibility of convicting an innocent man.'
Of course, to the likes of Joan Smith and other feminists, that’s merely a minor little roadbump on the highway to perfection.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

*Yawns* I blame the cyclists. You just know they are pedalling something far worse.

Anonymous said...

One for Zoe Williams?

Edwin Greenwood said...

She's 27, she's got four kids and she's afraid of the reaction of her parents when she gets home late? WTF innit, as Sir Tim Berners-Lee would undoubtedly say.

The comment thread to the Joan Smith piece is very depressing. Speaking as an intact male and therefore ipso facto rapist, I wouldn't want to be in the same room as some of the female commenters below the line, particularly Susan Kara, without at least two independent witnesses present — even in an entirely non-sexual context.

Tatty said...

If she was really so scared of the consequences for simply coming home late then I'm rather curious as to what the parents will do to her now...

Ron Broxted said...

Excellent blog article.

JuliaM said...

"*Yawns* I blame the cyclists."

They aren't doing so well, lately...

" WTF innit, as Sir Tim Berners-Lee would undoubtedly say."

:D