In the story below, a woman blamed the eleven-year-old boy she victimized for her misconduct of repeatedly raping him.
Did you get that? The eleven-year-old is responsible.
How? You see, she was "a victim of his obsession with her."
Come again? He was eleven-years-old, madam! Eleven.
The lesson, as we've seen previously, is this: if you are a boy who is statutorily raped by an adult woman, be prepared to be accused of predatory sexual behavior, usually rape. Boys are often victimized twice -- by being statutorily raped, and by being falsely accused of somehow being responsible for the illicit intercourse. Remember this story?
HERE IS THE NEWS STORY:
Woman convicted of raping 11-year-old boy
Monday, July 21, 2008
The Associated Press
ERIE, Pa. -- An Erie woman has been convicted of raping an 11-year-old boy.
Twenty-eight-year-old Carrie Dana was convicted today of felony counts of rape, indecent assault of a child younger than age 13, and a misdemeanor count of corruption of minors. She was acquitted of two felony counts of involuntary deviate sexual intercourse.
Ms. Dana's defense attorney had claimed that she didn't repeatedly rape the boy but was instead a victim of his obsession with her. But prosecutors argued that Ms. Dana regularly had sex with the boy and stopped only when she thought others were becoming suspicious.
Because of his age, the boy couldn't legally consent to have sex.
Ms. Dana's sentencing was set for Aug. 20.