Friday, October 16, 2009

Another innocent man saved from a rape lie by video technology; and, Kanin was right, again

Once again, video technology might have been just the thing needed to save an innocent man from having his life destroyed by a false rape claim. Perhaps the next line of defense of the sexual grievance industry is that "women don't lie about rape, except when a camera has recorded the incident." And once again the motivation for the rape lie mirrors the motivation Kanin's report found to be most prevalent among the false accusers he studied. But, we all know Kanin, a former feminist icon who for most of his career could do no wrong in feminists' eyes -- became a nitwit incapable of doing fair and objective research when he tackled false rape claims.

Valpo woman sentenced after pleading guilty to false rape report

A Valparaiso woman who the Porter County Sheriff’s Police said falsely accused a man of raping her has been sentenced to 180 days in jail after pleading guilty to a charge of false reporting.

Erica Donohue, 20, of 1209 1/2 Chicago St., was sentenced to 180 days in jail, with all but 20 days in jail and 10 days of community service suspended, police said.

According to police, on July 15 Donohue reported being raped by an acquaintance of hers in rural Porter County.

Det. Gene Hopkins of the PCSP subsequently undertook an “extensive investigation,” on the basis of which the Prosecuting Attorney’s Office issued a warrant not for the man’s arrest but Donohue’s,” police said.

Donohue was arrested on Sept. 29. “During the following interview, Donohue admitted to not being raped and fabricated the rape accusation to conceal her whereabouts from an individual with whom Donohue was having a relationship,” police said. “A consensual video of the incident had been discovered during the investigation.”