More Things to Kindle Your WRATH Against Feminism!!
"Rape Cases & False Accusationsis no longer allowed to be given as a result of changes in the law; changes that also mandate giving a very different set of instructions.
"Rape is a criminal allegation that is easy to claim and increasingly difficult for a defendant to disprove. For decades, the crime of rape has been known as the easiest criminal allegation to make by the alleged victim and the hardest to disprove by the defendant.
"In the 1960s, the victims of this brutal crime were able to take advantage of significant changes in the law that made it easier to obtain convictions and justice. Unfortunately, these changes also made it easier for those who were falsely accused of rape to be convicted as well. Adding to the defendant’s difficulties is the controversial “Rape Trauma Syndrome,” a psychological theory that has been rejected by behavioral science. Unfortunately, this idea is still being used by prosecutors and junk science witnesses as so-called evidence in cases alleging the crime of rape.
"A series of biased laws are making it easier to obtain convictions.
"Courts have long known that rape is an easy allegation to make but one that is hard to disprove. In fact, the biggest threat of being falsely accused of a crime was that of being accused of rape (until child molestation became a significant national issue, flooding the legal system with cases). Courts perceived the potential threat of false allegations of rape and fashioned jury instructions to inform members of the jury that such allegations were easy to make by the complainant but difficult for the defendant to disprove.
"Today, in most states, this jury instruction [ To wit: Hale's warning!]
"In many states, the judge now informs the jury that:
(1) an allegation of rape does not require any evidence of corroboration;
(2) there is no requirement for medical evidence;
(3) there is no requirement for DNA evidence; and
(4) there is no requirement for a second witness."
"In short, there the only requirement for a conviction is the bare allegation made by a complainant. Even the manner in which the jury is selected is tainted with this attitude that evidence does not matter. In many states, prosecutors can demand that during the selection process, each prospective juror must agree that he/she would not require corroboration of a crime. If the juror disagrees with this demand, he/she can be excused. . . ."
Go to Dr. Lorandos's website to read the rest of the article, here:
And when you are done with that, you will be in the perfect mood to read THIS again.
And remember that the feminists don't give one goddamn spit in a windstorm if such horrible things happen to YOU, my friend!