Monday, October 20, 2008

Store surveillance video helps expose another false accuser

As show in the news story below, another video exposes a false rape claim. Video cameras are exposing more and more rape claims as false.

Thus far I haven't heard any radical feminists claim that the cameras must be lying. But it won't surprise me when one of them starts down that path.


Rolling Meadows cops: Woman filed false rape charge

A woman who claimed she was forced into the men's bathroom and sexually assaulted at the Rolling Meadows Wal-Mart store has been charged with disorderly conduct for filing a false police report, authorities said.

Police said Gina Jaurique, 24, of 607 Bode Circle in Hoffman Estates, was charged after police concluded, with the help of store surveillance video, that she went willingly into the bathroom.

According to the police report, the woman then changed her story, saying she had consensual relations with a "male subject she did not know," but that he then failed to pay her for the act.

Wal-Mart corporate spokesmoman Ashley Hardie said the safety and security of customers is "always a top priority" but declined comment on the specific incident.

A man who identified himself as the Rolling Meadows store manager declined comment.