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Are false rape allegations really rare as feminists trying to tell us? Or are they frequent crimes, as we can read about them daily in the newspapers?
I think, if a crime is frequent or rare is irrelevant, it is a crime -
A mild or even non-existing punishment cannot be justified with the argument, that it is a 'rare' crime.
False rape allegations might ruin an innocent man's life and might ruin also the good reputation of his family.
To sentence such malicious women to some weeks community work is not the solution of the problem. -
False rape allegations are a very serious crime - despite feminists are telling us, it is only a lie...
False rape allegations can only be stopped, if the woman will face punishment equal to rape charges.
And now, I am an all-out women-hater in the eyes of radical feminists, because I want to see punishments for women, who are creating hoax-rape crimes - deliberately accusing men for crimes, which never took place.
False rape accusers should face
1 - Jail for several years without parole
2 - A bill for compensation of police investigation for wasted working hours
3 - Their full name and picture published in the media
4 - Registration in a public listing, similar to sex-offenders
STOP FALSE RAPE ALLEGATION!
Studies: Over 50% of Rape Allegations Are False
This article was written in July 2006 and shows with a few words, what is going on...
Just a few sentences:
Well-known Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz once said that he was accused of sexual harassment by female students for discussing in class the mere possibility of false rape allegations.
The result: 60% of the accusations were identified as false. McDowell also took his study outside the military by examining police files from a major midwestern city and a southwestern city. He found again that 60% of the claims of rape were false.
The studies cited by Frank Zepezauer correlate with this writers experiences working on sex crimes case in New York. I found that about half of the case were false complaints and, in fact, during intense interviewing, the women sometimes freely admitted and rationalized the bogus complaints.
Jim Kouri, CPP is currently fifth vice-president of the National Association of Chiefs of Police ...