Friday, September 15, 2006

Anonymous accusations

UK news:
An innocent man jailed for a sex attack was dramatically cleared after it emerged that his 'victim' is a serial liar with a long history of crying rape.

But because of laws that protect her anonymity, judges are powerless to name and shame her, leaving her free to make more false accusations against blameless members of the public. ...

Mr Justice Tugendhat admitted, however, that similar tragic cases could follow because of the lies of the woman, Miss A.

"Parliament does not seem to have contemplated this situation.

"There appears to be no means of displacing her entitlement to anonymity."
No, it is not news that women make false accusations. I am sure that the UK Parliament deliberately ignored the possibility out of some sort of feminist political correctness.

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