Saturday, December 23, 2006

Vultures Who Hurt Future Rape Victims

Whenever a case like the one at Duke comes up, too many people will say that if the case falls apart this alleged victim has harmed future -- real --- rape victims.

That's a false charge.

The false-accusation theorists are the ones who harm present and future real rape victims. They never wait for pesky evidence that proves their theory before launching personal attacks against alleged victims. They sit like vultures waiting for the next case where they can get their claws into an alleged victim.

They also shift personal responsibility from themselves to the alleged victims they attack for the fallout of their attacks on all rape victims. If their attacks are proven to be against real rape victims they play the innocent victim and at best offer a putrid, oops. More often they fly silently away until their next target comes into sight.

Women they can label as sluts are a favorite target of these vultures. Often it seems like it only takes being an alleged rape victim for some vultures to label an alleged victim a slut when the alleged rapist isn't someone totally repulsive.

If any charges are dropped they swoop in triumphant while making enough of a ruckus to attract other vultures. The kill is all that matters since they don't need legal proof that the alleged victim is a liar who committed a crime by reporting rape.

The interesting contradiction about these vultures is that many of them will also feast on select alleged rapists. Any disreputable alleged rapist with male alleged victims is a prime target. That target becomes tastier if he is a minority and any of his victims are not.

Alleged rapists who are classified as illegal aliens are also favorite prey of these vultures.

Vultures accuse those who assume all alleged victims to be credible -- until proven not credible -- of being vultures out to destroy innocent men. That is a false accusation and a projection of their own habits onto those who oppose them.

That vultures say they oppose false or unfounded accusations at the same time they make them is the ultimate vulture irony.

Legal proof is only needed when the accusation is against someone they identify with. Which raises the question of why so many vultures identify with alleged rapists.

If you don't want to prevent rape victims from getting justice, don't be a vulture.

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posted by Marcella Chester @ 9:07 AM   2 comments links to this post


At December 27, 2006 11:47 PM, Anonymous Earl Hofert said...

That's the first time I've seen a "straw vulture" argument. Kudos for the originality. Sorry you were raped...apparently, it took away not only your innocence but your objectivity and judgment as well. I'll check back when all the charges are dropped, and see if you try to rationalize that too.

At December 28, 2006 9:00 AM, Blogger Marcella Chester said...

Earl, I don't believe that you are sorry I was raped, but you feel you have to say that to cover your ass. You don't like the idea that those who attack alleged rape victims are the ones who should be held accountable for the fallout from their attacks.


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