Another false accuser is nabbed in Orlando -- see the news report, below. We recently reported on the epidemic of false rape claims there. See here. This was her third false rape claim just this year, and fourth overall. She is all of 21-years-old. Why was she on the streets instead of in prison?
What message are we sending other misguided young women prone to tell rape lies when we don't punish this serial false accuser?
And isn't it just a matter of time before this woman destroys an innocent man or boy?
Perhaps the most important question, why is there no outrage that this woman is not serving a long prison sentence for her awful lies?
Police: Woman Reports Fourth False Rape
Woman Made Up Rape, Police Say
ORLANDO, Fla. -- A 21-year-old woman admitted she fabricated being raped Monday night and was arrested on charges of making a false report, according to the Orange County Sheriff’s Office.
This was the fourth false rape report that Emily Riker has made, and the third in 2010, according to a police report.
Riker claimed a man driving a silver Toyota approached her in the parking lot of a CVS store and forced her into his car near Powers Drive and Silver Star Road, police said.
She said the man took her to the Geneva Motel and raped her, the police report indicated.
Riker, who complained of stomach pains from the rape, was transported to Orlando Regional Medical Center, where doctors were unable to perform a sexual battery exam, according to the report.
Riker did not have any red marks or other injuries from the rape, police said.
Surveillance video from the Save-A-Lot Food store, near the CVS, showed that Riker was not forced into the car and willingly went back to kiss the driver after he dropped her back off, according to authorities.
Riker later admitted to police that she had been talking to the man on Facebook for the past two days and told police she lied about being raped because she was mad, the police report said.
The most recent rape she falsely reported was in Osceola County on Feb. 22.
She was taken to the Orange County Booking and Release Center where she was placed on a $500 bond.