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Believe all women? 35 times men were falsely accused
« on: October 13, 2018, 10:14:53 PM »
https://www.dailywire.com/news/37090/35-times-men-were-falsely-accused-sexual-assault-kassy-dillon?utm_medium=email&utm_content=101318-news&utm_campaign=Actengage


1. Jackie Coakley - Coakley infamously told Rolling Stone that she had been gang-raped by fraternity members at the University of Virginia. In reality, no such gang-rape occurred, and Coakley invented a rapist and used a fake text messaging service to convince her friends he existed in order to make one of them jealous. The accusation was a black mark for the magazine and led to three settlements with those defamed by Coakley’s accusation.

2. Ligia Filler - Filler told police that her husband, Vladek, sexually assaulted her and their children while the couple was going through a bitter divorce. Vladek spent years in jail until he was exonerated in 2015. He sued the people who handled his case and settled for $375,000.

3. ‘The Mean Girls’ From Seneca High School - K.S. and C.S. claimed a male classmate sexually assaulted them, and their friends, Megan Villegas, E.S., and H.R. backed up their claims. Three of the girls admitted they lied, but the boy had to leave school after being bullied as a “predator.” One of the girls said she accused him simply because she didn’t like him.




4. Jane Roe of Allegheny College - John Doe and Jane Roe (both pseudonyms) had previously shared a bed. One night, the two engaged in sexual activity. Jane continued to send John friendly texts about their “relationship,” but John wasn’t interested. After Jane saw him at a party with another woman, Jane accused him of sexual assault. The college expelled Doe but later settled.

5. Jane Roe’s friend of Colorado State University-Pueblo - A friend of Jane Roe saw hickeys on her neck and accused Grant Neal (who used his real name in his lawsuit) of sexual assault. Jane Roe tried to stop the accusation, and was recorded by Neal telling people involved in the investigation that she “wasn’t raped.” Neal was expelled anyway but settled with the school.

6. Jessica Gallagher - Gallagher met a man on a dating app. After he refused to give her a ride home, she told police he abducted, blindfolded, and raped her. She was charged with filing a false report.




7. Jane Roe of the University of Colorado - Jane Roe accused John Doe (both pseudonyms) of sexual assault, but admitted to university investigators that she “may have stretched the truth” because she was “pissed off” at John for not wanting to date her after their encounter. She added that she wanted “the s*** to be scared out of him.” The university later settled with John Doe for mishandling the investigation.

8. Crystal Mangum - Mangum claimed she was raped by three Duke Lacrosse players after stripping for them at an off-campus party. She made up the claim to avoid going to jail and losing her child, and was aided in her deception by a district attorney hoping to get elected in the upcoming election. All three men were exonerated of all charges. Several years later, Mangum was convicted of second-degree murder for stabbing her boyfriend.

9. Tawana Brawley - Brawley claimed she was raped by four white men as a hate crime in 1987. Rev. Al Sharpton helped make her a household name, but a jury concluded that Brawley faked the crime so she wouldn’t get in trouble at home.

 

10. Jane Roe of South East London - This woman, whose name is still being protected, accused London resident Liam Allan of sexual assault because she didn’t “enjoy” the sex with him. The case against Allan was dismissed after two years when it was discovered the prosecution withheld 40,000 text messages from his accuser asking him for more sexual encounters and saying “it wasn’t against my will or anything.”
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Re: Believe all women? 35 times men were falsely accused
« Reply #1 on: October 14, 2018, 02:06:30 PM »
Not all woman can or should be believed, agree.   It's too easy to ruin a dude's life with an accusation.  One the other hand, one of the things which is changing in the last few years "metoo" is woman are no longer keeping quiet about assaults, that is a good thing.    They must be reported, when the crime can be investigated.

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Re: Believe all women? 35 times men were falsely accused
« Reply #2 on: October 14, 2018, 02:56:56 PM »
Not all woman can or should be believed, agree.   It's too easy to ruin a dude's life with an accusation.  One the other hand, one of the things which is changing in the last few years "metoo" is woman are no longer keeping quiet about assaults, that is a good thing.    They must be reported, when the crime can be investigated.
Definitely. Just like the case against Kavanaugh. Investigated and put to rest.
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