Thursday, November 19, 2009

Thursday - Late Afternoon

I have still gotten no word on the verdict in the Kevin Driscoll trial. My e-mail was silent but for a solitary spam message, which I deleted.

Honestly, I don't know why the hell that jury hasn't reached a decision yet! However, dispatches from Oregon tend to arrive later in the evening, so I might know something by then.

In the meantime, for all of you folks from Deschutes County and elsewhere in Oregon who arrived by a Google search, probably after reading the Bend Bulletin article, here is something else for you to read:

http://falserapesociety.blogspot.com

From The False Rape Society website:
"This Web site was started by a U.S.-based attorney to raise awareness about Western Civilization's taboo epidemic, false rape claims. In the past several decades, rape has been expanded to encompass more and more conduct, and proving rape has been made much easier. Making false rape rape claims has also become much easier. Yet, persons falsely accused of rape are treated as collateral damage in what many regard as the more important war on rape, despite the grievous harm often suffered by falsely accused men and boys. Every unbiased study on false rape claims shows that they are a significant problem, and objectively verifiable data indicates that close to half of all rape claims are false. . ."
You'll find enough material to keep you busy for days, weeks, months. I can assure you that your reading time on that blog will not be wasted!

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just thought you would like to know, it was a hung jury.

7:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"You'll find enough material to keep you busy for days, weeks, months. I can assure you that your reading time on that blog will not be wasted"!

You are definately NOT lying! That site is a great place to read about current injustices that are plaguing men/boys and plaguing our justice system, accusations of rapes/sexual assaults. Pierce Harlan is THE MAN! I visit that informative site as often as I can. I also visit this fine site as often as I can. KEEP UP THE GOOD JOB!

5:58 AM  

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