Girl of 13 faced hate campaign and Facebook bullying... for reporting she had been raped
Somewhat hypocritical of the Mail, which regularly casts doubt on the testimonies of rape victims.
Detective Constable Will Biggar, of Lancashire Police, said: ‘Facebook has replaced the ‘‘talking over the backyard’’ mentality and time and time again we are coming across cases that are being undermined by people posting comments on social networking sites.’
Or by national newspapers printing innuendo during a court case
There is no excuse for the inherent evilness in this rapist. However, what is conducive to people like this boy scarily becoming the norm rather than the exception is the absence of good, solid male role models in the home. Thanks to the successful erasing of family and traditional values we have children who have no idea where or who their father is, a father who is abusive/violent/uninterested and an array of boyfriends coming through the house. And, yes it's not just bad, lacking male role models. The mums are enabling this situation with their 'use me' attitude to men. You just can't help but wonder what this boy - who at just 15 has started treating girls like dirt - and his environment experienced as toddlers. It's not a complete excuse, but I believe their ''parents'' are very accountable for their behaviour, too. The UK has become feral and medieval. How ironic that feminist liberalism and emasculation of men has in reality put women and children back in the dark ages.
- fay, happyexpat, 9/2/2012 9:09 Rating 16
The article doesn't say anything about the rapist's parents. This is how a Mailite fills in the gaps — with pure prejudice.