Tuesday, 18 February 2014

"What, Lose My Meal Ticket? OUTRAGE!!!"

But service manager at Lincolnshire Rape Crisis Laura Wint-McKane is questioning the results and whether police have done enough to investigate them.
She says that although the police may decide it's a 'no crime', it still doesn't mean a rape didn't take place.
Ah, if only the police could have video evidence, eh, Laura..?

Oh. Wait.*
Nick Hall, divisional manager for victim support in Lincolnshire, says it takes a huge amount of courage to report an alleged rape and these figures may put women off.
And will you then have to find another job, Nick?

*H/T: John Gibson via email

2 comments:

Bucko The Moose said...

"She says that although the police may decide it's a 'no crime', it still doesn't mean a rape didn't take place."

Erm, yes it does. One of those 'no crimes' happened very close to my house recently: http://www.lancashiretelegraph.co.uk/news/11017475.Police_find_no_evidence_of_Darwen_rape/

JuliaM said...

Police are 'no longer investigating', apparently. Surely they should be investigating HER?