This is the reason that this site exists: to highlight the injustices emanating from wrongful rape claims; to give voice to the wrongfully accused. For 30 years a man has been labeled a rapist, spent time in prison, and likely has lost friends and family, not to mention his good name, his dignity, his honor and his self respect. All for something he did not do.
I would like to challenge anyone who thinks this site is about rape apology to please come and discuss how they can condone this by their silence, or by repeating the myth that women don't make false reports or that only 2% of rape reports are false. Lets just have an honest discussion about the issue of false reports.
Among the readers of this site, probably the least favorite quotations from modern feminism was found in this 1991 Time Magazine article by Catherine Comins. Ms. Comins was then a vice president at Vassar. She was discussing men who are victimized by false allegations of rape.
The misandry is breathtaking beyond words:
Comins argues that men who are unjustly accused can sometimes gain from the experience. "They have a lot of pain, but it is not a pain that I would necessarily have spared them. I think it ideally initiates a process of self-exploration. 'How do I see women?' 'If I didn't violate her, could I have?' 'Do I have the potential to do to her what they say I did?' Those are good questions."
Innocent men exonerated for rapes they did not commit.
March 11, 2009 - 7:15pm
Associated Press Writer
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - DNA tests in two more decades-old cases being reviewed as part of a massive state project to clear the wrongfully convicted do not match the individuals convicted of the crimes.
The Virginia Department of Forensic Science and the Richmond Commonwealth's Attorney's Office confirmed Wednesday that one of the cases was in that city. The department would only say that the other case was in the Tidewater region.
Authorities would not give details of either case.
The tests were part of a review of cases from 1973 to 1988 ordered after five men were exonerated of rape charges from biological evidence preserved long before DNA testing was commonly done.
Last week, authorities confirmed that a 2006 DNA test determined a Richmond man who spent eight years in prison for a 1979 rape was not the source of biological evidence in that case.Link: http://wtopnews.com/?nid=25&sid=1622129