Friday, June 17, 2011

Strathpeffer woman, Emily MacNicol, fined for false rape claim

So she was a student at Strathclyde University, studying bio-chemical science. She is obviously a very intelligent person.

The thing that stands out to me, is why the judge in this case didn't do the following:

1. It appears she has already been in treatment for some issues. If there are that many, and they are that serious, why is she not in a facility?

2. Why didn't the judge have her committed to a facility for further treatment?

Instead she gets a £300 fine and she is living at home with her parents. Was any thought given, that the next time she claims rape, she may point the finger at an innocent man, and his life could be severely damaged due to the claim?

I guess not.