I had originally read about this alleged assault a few weeks ago, and didn't pay much attention to
it, because few details were being released. Given the hoopla surrounding the Duke Rape case, I
would think that the lack of details released by the police in this circumstance would be a step
in the right direction. Femcunts however would beg to differ...
Gossip, media coverage of assault criticized at women's meeting
Last Updated: Wednesday, July 18, 2007 | 9:24 AM NT
A lack of public detail about a sexual assault in St. John's almost two weeks ago has allowed gossip to flourish, at the expense of the woman who reported it, participants at a public meeting Tuesday night said.So these femcunts are worried about gossip, over the lack of details around an alleged sexual assault now? Could that be because they're being denied their right to "name and shame" the man who supposedly committed this crime before he's even gone to trial?
'Because there's no information given out, all the gaps are being filled up by gossip,' Gwen Mercer says.
Did anybody catch what this hag is really saying? Anyone ever hear of victim shield laws? You know, those laws where a man accused of rape is denied the right to face his accuser? Could the police be oh, I don't know, trying to spare another innocent man from being dragged through the mud on the basis of a bullshit accusation?
Police were called to a home on Circular Road on July 5 to investigate a complaint that a man had entered the home and sexually assaulted a woman living there.
The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary, though, have refused to comment on the case and their investigation, beyond remarks last week that extra officers had been dedicated to the case.
Police, for instance, will not say whether investigators believe the attack was random or executed by someone who may have been known to the victim. No arrests have been made.Yes, this is a step in the right direction! Cheers all around gentlemen! I never thought that we'd
find more sanity in St. Johns, than in Ottawa, but there it is!
Gwen Mercer, a longtime advocate for victim's rights in St. John's, said the woman has been victimized twice as e-mails have circulated through the city about the incident.
"Because there's no information given out, all the gaps are being filled up by gossip, and that woman has to deal with that as well," Mercer said.
"I think this is unforgivable."Unforgivable? You know, I'm actually happy that they haven't told us anything about this! Maybe this time the criminal justice system will get the chance to do its fucking job without being strong-armed by femhags!
Barbara Wadman says the 'apparent randomness of this case' has disturbed many St. John's residents.
About 35 women attended the forum, which was organized by the St. John's Sexual Assault Crisis and Prevention Centre.Executive director Barbara Wadman said the centre received so many calls about the incident, it felt compelled to allow women to voice their concerns together.
"I think that the apparent randomness of this case is causing a lot of fear, and the fact that this occurred in the victim's home," she said.
Wadman said sexual assault is more common than some residents might think. Last year, she said, the centre received more than 1,500 calls.Well, what do you expect comming out of a femcunt organization?
Resident Alison Clancy said society needs to stop blaming the victim. She took aim at police advice that women should not walk alone at night, and at media coverage of the reported attack."There's a piece missing in the whole media coverage and in these types of discussion, and it focuses on the woman — should she not walk at night, lock her doors. And that has to change," she said.
Translation: "NO! Responsibility! Accountability! I'm melting! Melting! ARGHGHGH! NO, what a world, what a world..."
Tonight gentlemen, I'm toasting the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary for their handling of this case, and if any of them read this, keep up the good work! It's nice to know that someone is still committed to their job!