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  • Rape Culture Alive and Well in the U.S.

    Two girls, 14 and 13 drugged and raped by senior Football players in Maryville, MO. One girl is dumped on her family's lawn unconscious with only a t-shirt and sweatpants in sub freezing weather

    The accused admit their crime, and there is even video evidence (as well as medical evidence, etc.). The rapists claim the sex was consensual (despite both girls being drugged, one rapist admitting refusal of sex, MO law stating that consent cannot be given by an intoxicated individual, and both girls being far under the legal of of consent in MO)

    Because of family connections, the case is closed, despite confessions and ample forensic evidence.

    Now if that weren't bad enough, the whole town has turned against the victims. Everything from harassment to lost jobs to straight up arsen.

    Blaming the victims: how America deals with rape.

    http://www.kansascity.com/2013/10/12...ns-sexual.html

  • #2
    "Rape culture," more left wing drivel.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Fedaykin View Post
      Because of family connections, the case is closed, despite confessions and ample forensic evidence.
      Now if that weren't bad enough, the whole town has turned against the victims. Everything from harassment to lost jobs to straight up arsen.

      Blaming the victims: how America deals with rape.

      http://www.kansascity.com/2013/10/12...ns-sexual.html
      Yes more proof that the top 1% can rape and pillage without fear of consequences.

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      • #4
        I just want to know how possible local corruption equals a rape culture? It doesn't of course; the term "rape culture" is usually thrown around by grotesque misandrists such as...

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        • #5
          some positive news for the victims one hopes

          http://gawker.com/missouri-lieutenan...d-a-1446068961

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          • #6
            Hmm, typically it is the liberal judges who give criminals soft punishment, not to mention the defense lawyers who get them off on technicalities, whose union are always pro democrat, so take it up with them. We could have had tort reform, but the liberals and democrats told the rest of us that isn't important.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by barryr View Post
              Hmm, typically it is the liberal judges who give criminals soft punishment, not to mention the defense lawyers who get them off on technicalities, whose union are always pro democrat, so take it up with them. We could have had tort reform, but the liberals and democrats told the rest of us that isn't important.
              Like how Obama's DOJ is letting bunches of drug kingpins out of jail under the justification they are "nonviolent offenders"?

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              • #8
                America is waking up to the cost of mass incarceration

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                • #9
                  Considering most violent crimes are done by people preiviously in prison I don't think incarceration is the problem. It's letting them out that is the problem.

                  Prisons have to made high tech so they can house offenders without guards.

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