Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Women NEVER Lie ...

Women NEVER lie ... or don't they?

Public opinion is surely beginning to turn where FRAs (False Rape Accusations) are concerned. The False Rape Society website has many excellent reports and blog entries where men, and even boys, were saved by the presence of video evidence. The complete article can be found at this entry.

I am running a full list, summarized of course, of the scum, oh sorry, women, who falsely accused men to cover up their own transgressions. This is following the trend from other blogs of naming and shaming false accusers:

Victoria Salter, 26, told police three 17-year-old boys raped her. Video evidence, filmed by one of the boys filmed the incident, proved the sex not only was consensual but that Salter was participating enthusiastically!

Neeneev S. Youkhana, 22, was stopped by police for speeding. She reported that the police officer had fondled during a pat down search. Police reviewed video from a dashboard camera in his squad car which showed the entire 10-minute traffic stop. At no time did the officer touch Youkhana.

Louise Johnson drove Andrew Tutty to the brink of suicide after he was arrested and suspended from his job because of her false rape claim. A video proved he was with his son at a train station 160 miles away when Johnson claimed he turned up at her home with the knife.

Louis Gonzalez, senior vice president of a Las Vegas bank, was falsely accused of rape by his former girlfriend Tracy West during a child custody dispute. Gonzalez was arrested and held in jail without bail until a judge dismissed the charges almost three months later. Video recordings showing him in a Las Vegas bank and airport helped save him from the possibility of five life sentences in prison.

Natalie Jefferson's claim that she was raped in a back alley caused an innocent man who had never been in trouble with the law to be arrested and held in custody as a sex suspect before a video cleared him. It turned out later Jefferson had a considerable psychiatric background and a problem with alcohol.

Erin Conley, an Indiana State University freshman, claimed that a man selling magazines in the student union approached her and convinced her to show him around campus before raping her in her dorm. Video footage of Conley speaking with her alleged assailant revealed discrepancies in her story, including the color of his pants. When questioned again a week later about those inconsistencies, Conley admitted that her report was false. Conley had consensual sex with the man and didn't want her boyfriend to know.

Joanne Rye accused another totally innocent cab driver of rape, causing him to be arrested at his home. Her claim fell apart after video evidence showed it didn't have happened the way she described.

Ashley Fulton's rape accusation unravelled when the accused showed a sheriff the cell phone video of the alleged rape - it was consensual sex, during which Fulton even looked at the phone’s camera and smiled!

Jessica Smith concocted a horrifying story of abduction at a gas station and a series of rapes over the next four days. Surveillance video from the gas station at the time she claimed the alleged attack occurred showed she was never there! Just in case she was mistaken about the day, police looked at two days' worth of video, and she never appeared!

Alyshia Shannyn Clyne's claim that she had been dragged through the streets and raped by an unknown man was disproved by video surveillance footage.

Gina Jaurique's claim that she was forced into the men's bathroom and sexually assaulted at a Wal-Mart was disproved after store surveillance video showed that she went willingly into the bathroom. She then changed her story, saying she had consensual relations with a "male subject she did not know," but that he then failed to pay her for the act.

Deborah Davies' claim that she had been raped by one man and subjected to an attempted rape by a second stranger in an alleyway fell apart when video of the scene showed that no such attack occurred. When arrested for perverting the course of justice the 35-year-scumbag hag had the temerity to parrot: "That's why women don't report rape."

Sarah-Jane Hilliard, 20, lured Grant Bowers, 19, to have sex with her, then cried rape and applied for £7,500 from the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority. A video of the alleged "rape" clearly showed them kissing and holding hands.

Kirsty Woods, who had a history of mental health problems, cried rape after having consensual sex. The innocent man was jailed, but released when video of the scene of the alleged attack confirmed his story.

Emma Deamer claimed that the man with whom she had consensual sex raped her because she got angry that he went downstairs to talk to his flatmate instead of staying in bed with her. She told police he was a stranger, and he was arrested. The case was dropped after video footage from a train station showed them walking arm-in-arm!

Erin Casson falsely told police her lover forced his way into her house, threatened to kill her and then raped her. The claim was shown to be false after video footage was uncovered that belied the claim and showed the pair laughing and joking.

Chloe Dolton, 22, accused two strangers of raping and attacking her, causing them to be arrested. However, a video showed Dolton had met the two men before the 'alleged attack' and that the men had neither grabbed nor assaulted her.

Erica Donohue lied that she was raped by an acquaintance in order to conceal a consensual encounter with another man -- which, thankfully, was videotaped.

Shabnam Masood's rape claim fell apart when a video at police headquarters showed her behaving in a carefree manner when she didn't think anyone was watching and only pretended to be the suffering victim when police came around.

Video footage helped disprove
Emily J. Petersen's claim that a police officer beat and raped her after she was kicked out of a bar.

Mandy Whittle falsely accused her former partner of rape, for reasons known only to her, forcing him to revert to drugs and alcohol before video footage showed him elsewhere at the time.

Charlotte Lane cried wolf after regretting having sex with a 19-year-old man. Video footage helped clear him.

Lori Anne Koehler claimed she was sexually assaulted while working at two different stores. During an investigation of one of the allegations, Koehler received a package that she told the store was offensive. In the package were condoms, rope and lubricants. It turned out a post office videotape showed Koehler mailing the package to herself.


It is a sad indication of a sick society that (potentially) accused men must go about their lives with audio/video devices on their persons. But hey, if I have to do it because it will save my sorry ass from a long prison sentence, then by damn I'll do it!

If I sound harsh, its because we have given too much rights to women, tilting the balance in their favour, causing innocent arrests just on her say-so. IOWs, in a "he said/she said" situation, the man loses. That's why I'm going all out to throw the book back at the wimmen-scum. Well what little I can do from my little corner of Singapore anyway! If I had photos I would publish them too, just like I did with Danmell Ndonye.

The pussy pass has given women the world over the impression that they can say or do pretty much anything they want WITHOUT CONSEQUENCES. Women need to learn that they cannot abuse men with impunity; they cannot continually poke sticks in our cage without getting hurt sooner or later. It won't be long before, and mark my words on this, that a man, pushed to the limit of his tolerance, will punch the living daylights of a woman who takes him for a ride, regardless of the fact that that may possibly land him in jail.

Furthermore, if wimmen-scum bleat and whine about there being "no good men left", or that men will not even lend a hand to women; you know what? I'll take a leaf out of MarkyMark's phrase book - cry me a river bitch!

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