Next Monday on this site we will publish what amounts to a mini-book on the Hofstra false rape case. It is the most important, most painstaking, and by far the longest post we've ever done here. We will give this post a permanent link on the right side of the page so that anyone interested in false rape claims can study this case carefully. The post coincides with the first anniversary of the Hofstra false rape claim. This case is a microcosm of the harm that gender politics does to innocent people solely because they were born male.
Every civilized society must strive to (1) eradicate heinous crimes by punishing the offenders, and (2) insure that the innocent aren't punished along with the offenders. Too often, the second half of that balance is omitted from the public discourse. Accusations of serious criminality, especially murder and sexual wrongdoing, too often are their own convictions in the high court of public opinion because the stigma is so severe. It is our mission to raise awareness about the injustices suffered by persons wrongly accused of serious criminality. Protecting the innocent from unjust harm as a result of a wrongful accusation is a hallmark of a civilized society.