A mother of three who falsely accused a police officer of rape after he rejected her advances following a one-night stand was today jailed for two years.She wasn't exactly a catch, either:
Carter, a single mum, who has three sons by two different men, continued her lies for four months during police investigations.Ah, of course.
She only admitted the truth after officers confronted her with the text messages she had sent to the long-serving police constable, blaming her actions on ‘stress’.
Judge Julian Hall blasted Carter saying she had ‘betrayed the sisterhood’ and accused her of making it easier for real rapists to be acquitted.The 'sisterhood'..?
He added: ‘The offence you committed has effects on all sorts of levels.
‘It is difficult to imagine a worse situation for a serving police officer than to be accused of rape. In his victim statement he talks about losing weight and taking time off work.’
Well, thanks for nothing, judge! I've no kinship with this wretched creature just because we are both women. I expect a lot of other women will say the same.
So how about you put down the sociology textbook and the latest comminique on rape theory from Harriet Harman, now she's no longer in charge, and do the job you're paid for?
‘What you did also had a much wider impact. Government ministers and social commentators talk about the very low conviction rate [for rape].It's a bit more than 'occasionally', as well you - and the police - know.
‘These people also talk as if false complaints of rape are frequently made but they are able to say this because people like you occasionally do.’
If not for the politically driven agendas of a bunch of feminist crackpots, and the attention that is paid to them by appeasers in government, we'd not need to keep pointing that out.
Lucy Tapper, mitigating, said: ‘In cases like these there are only ever losers. She will suffer the stigma for what she has done and will be vilified and perhaps deservedly so.’'Perhaps'..? I don't think there's any 'perhaps' about it, Lucy sweetie...