Rope Is Just Too Much, But Secret Videotaping is Not
Everyone is going on about how a woman recanted an accusation of rape. They are saying how she has ruined it for all the real rape victims. How rape victims will never be believed again. How men should be assumed innocent at all times because this one woman recanted her story. I got news for them, that is how things have always been.
The woman recanted her story Wednesday after authorities told her that part of the incident was recorded on a cell phone video, Rice said.
“That was when she began to tell the truth,” she said.
See, her recanting her story is a great crime. However, being secretly videotaped is not? If she only recanted when she learned of a video doesn’t that imply that she had not consented to a video.
It is against the law to report a crime when none occurred, Rice said. Authorities gave no indication whether the woman may face charges.
Will there be charges against the person making the video without consent?
Then there is the matter of several men (at least more than two) willingly engaging in sex, one after the other. So what? She is a tramp, whore, slut, and they are not what? Nasty bastards?
“Her actions and her demeanor depict a very troubled young woman in need of much help,” Rice said.
Hofstra University has suspended her pending hearings into the matter.
Only one of the four accused is a Hofstra student. He has been allowed to return to campus. None has publicly described what happened that night.
She is suspended. He is not.
But the humdinger!
“We respect women,” he said. “We know how to treat a lady. The thing they said with the rope, come on. That’s disgusting. That’s what we were looked at as: disgusting men.”
In asshole land, secretly videotaping and group sex are considered respectable actions.