~ making up rape story ~ is not acceptable
January 17, 2010 10:05pm CST
women should not make up such things .. the recent incident where a girl claimed rape put the cops in high alert n hard on the investigation http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2010/01/17/BA6O1BJJSR.DTL i).. i believe, by doing this, in future people may not believe in the girl ii) .. police may slow down in investigation of other rape incidents after such case exists looking twice in the event that it could be a lie iii) the girl is one wonderful actress if she can actually fool the police what kind of sentencing should the girl receive ?? cheers
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4 Feb 10
Hello my friend sanjana_aslam Ji, I have found sometimes, youngsters and in-experienced with outcome and results, now-a-days children wabnts to make fun, so She must have tried, but She should be well explained the consequences, in case She repeats next time. May God bless You and have a great time.
• United Kingdom
21 Jan 10
This makes me so mad when Girls/Women do this I am a rape Victim twice I had to endure it when I was 5 years old I had to suffer it for 2 Years and then when I was 14 Then at 18 I got beaten up because I refused to have S*x with him, so when Girls/Women go about saying they have been raped when they haven't it makes me mad, they don't know how hard it is today for a Rape Victim to prove the Rape, with People like them it makes it harder and so many rapists get away with it Mine was Family apart from the Guy that beat me up it never came out in the open till I was 26 as I was so scared but that Day someone said that she was going to report a lad for raping her to stop herself getting into trouble as she got pregnant, I just went mad, shouting at her she doesn't know what it is like to be raped and that she is disgusting for trying to use that as a way out from her Mistake, my Mum took me outside and that is when I told her So I think it is just disgusting to cry rape when there has not been any
• United States
3 Feb 10
A good friend of mine spent a month in jail because a girl said "no" after the fact... meaning she was the one who instigated their encounter and was 100% for it until they were finished and then she went home and called the police. Luckily, he met another guy while in jail who had had the same thing happen to him....WITH THE SAME GIRL! So yeah, I definitely think false rape reports should be punished.
20 Jan 10
hi! i feel so sorry for the police and the investigators because they have been doing a hard work to find the alleged suspects. that 15 year-old girl might think that it's easy to undo such statement that caused a lot of trouble for her family and the authorities. her allegations are serious and i don't think that she can ever get back the trust of the people around her. if a medical examination had been conducted to that girl, the investigators could tell whether she was telling the truth or not plus the bruises if any. the act was so irresponsible. it's not that i'm judging her but i can't imagine how far can her making up stories go in the years to come. i'm no expert in juvenile delinquency but this one shouldn't be taken for granted by the police. what if someone else might do the same? and right previous or future rape cases may be jeopardized thus slowing down the investigation. and by the way, liars don't worth one's trust.
• United States
18 Jan 10
I think falsifying a crime (plus, probably a conspiracy count) would merit the girl to be a felon after she's charged. Which I think is a good enough punishment, because that means at least one year in jail. I can't believe why on earth someone would feel the need to make up a story like this to try to get someone else in trouble. That's low! I would hope for 5-10 years, just for wasting the police's time! They have better things to be doing!