Wednesday, December 9, 2009

How lying women use the police and news media to do their will

This is a tale of two news reports found on, and it is also a cautionary tale for all men and boys.  The police and the news media have handed women and girls the keys to your freedom, gentlemen. Females alone have the power to make accusations that are instantly, unquestionably, believed.  Rape has become so terribly politicized that to refuse to unquestionably believe the woman or girl who claims it is considered immoral. And if those accusations name a specific male as the supposed rapist, or if a specific male is targeted as part of the police investigation into the lies, the lies can have you arrested and jailed, and your life could be destroyed forever. 

Tell me truthfully, liberal pundits and rape feminsts: for what other lie do police and the news media so frequently and readily believe an average citizen?  Here's a hint: none. 

To say that these two news reports are typical would be a gross understatement.  Read the first story -- neither the police nor the news media express any doubt that the woman is telling the truth.  The police act as nothing more than the false accuser's stenographers.  Picture the scene at the police station: "Just dictate the accusation for me, dear -- do it slowly so I can get it word for word, just the way you want."  And the news media -- being true "journalists" and all -- are nothing more than the police's stenographers. They don't bother to do their own investigation into what the police told them (because, hey, why should they do their own investigation? After all, they're only paid reporters).  The "journalists" think they have done their job merely by finding someone they can interview who can tell the world how scary the rape claim is. 

You see, when it comes to rape, political correctness passes for police work, and fear-mongering passes for journalism.  What chance does an innocent male have when false accusers can use the police and the news media as swords to give teeth to their lies?


Man Sought In Taylors Sexual Assault

Deputies: Woman Attacked While Walking Dog

TAYLORS, S.C. -- Sheriff's deputies in Greenville County are searching for a man who they said sexually assaulted a woman who was walking her dog early Tuesday morning.

Investigators said that the attack occurred in the Pebble Creek community at about 12:30 a.m., FOX Carolina News reported.

Deputies said that the woman was walking her dog near the golf course when she was attacked by a tall man wearing a dark, hooded sweatshirt.

Area residents told Fox Carolina News that it's not unusual to see runners or neighbors walking their dogs in the Pebble Creek area.

Resident Brenda Newman said she and her dog Otis often enjoy walks.

"In the morning, though, when I have walked, I have carried pepper spray," she said.

Deputies said they want area residents to be even more cautious by walking in groups and not alone.

"Makes you a little scared and a little paranoid about the area you live in. I'm just concerned," Newman said.

Ivestigators said the attacker didn't have a weapon, but somehow overpowered the woman.

"I think anywhere you have to be aware, anywhere you go. There are people out there ready to prey on you," said Newman.

Now, not only will her dog Otis join her for walks, some extra protection will come along, too.

"You just have to be aware of what you're doing and your surroundings," Newman said.

Anyone with information about the attack is urged to call Greenville County Crime Stoppers at 23-CRIME.


Deputies: Taylors Woman Lied About Rape

Woman Charged With Filing False Report

GREENVILLE, S.C. -- Greenville County deputies said that a Taylors woman was arrested on Tuesday after she lied about a rape in the Pebble Creek neighborhood in November.

Deputies said that 23-year-old Kathryn Isbell turned herself in to authorities at the Greenville County Law Enforcement Center just before noon.

Isbell told deputies that a man wearing a hooded sweatshirt sexually assaulted her while she was walking her dog around midnight on Nov. 10. She told investigators that the man told her that he would be watching her and that if she contacted authorities he would kill her.

Deputies said that Isbell did not call law enforcement until 3 p.m. on Nov. 10.

Authorities said that Isbell's actions prevented detectives from directing their attention toward victims of real crimes while they focused on her reported rape.

Isbell was charged with filing a false police report.

The motive behind Isbell's lie was not immediately known, deputies said.