Yet, this is exactly what another anonymous man has done as part of his rejected comment on a post about the harassment of teen rape victims.
DNA has disproved her and she think she can just lie, falsely accuse identify somebody and get away with it?FYI for this anonymous and others like him, here is the definition of lie:
To make an untrue statement with intent to deceive (Webster's)
There is no evidence in this story which Anonymous linked to as his proof of this woman's alleged lies that this rape victim has ever had any intention to deceive anybody. The man trying to get a pardon from the governor of Virginia doesn't even make the allegation that the woman he was convicted of raping ever made an untrue statement with the intent to deceive.
Yet Anonymous makes this accusation despite a lack of supporting evidence. That fact provides evidence that this Anonymous has made an untrue statement about a rape survivor with the intent to deceive. He's angry about wrongful rape convictions, he arrived with a body full of resentment and he is determined that somebody must pay even if that person is innocent.
In short, he has proven himself to be the very thing he claims to hate. A false accuser who doesn't care about the person wrongfully accused.
This also describes those who harass teen rape survivors. They are false accusers who don't care about the person wrongfully accused. No wonder this Anonymous didn't direct any of his ire at them.
Here's the beginning of the linked story:
Those who reject her suspicion about the accuracy of the tests must also reject the suspicion about the accuracy of these forensic tests if that suspicion comes from a defense attorney if these same test results end up matching that attorney's client.
RICHMOND [VA] A DNA test has cleared a 56-year-old self-taught carpenter of a 1979 rape, even though the victim says she doesn't believe the results.
Victor "Bo" Burnette is the sixth person exonerated since 2001 based on saved swatches discovered in the stored case files of Mary Jane Burton, a former serologist for what is now the Virginia Department of Forensic Science. A pair of DFS reports, from March and June, 2006, both confirm Burnette is "eliminated as a contributor" of DNA gathered during a rape investigation on Monument Ave. in Aug., 1979.
"I've been carrying this load for now 30 years," said Burnette, who spent eight years in prison.But the woman who identified Burnette as the rapist says she has no faith in the tests.
"I know what I saw," said the woman, who is now 48. "And those tests can be wrong. I mean, lab tests fail every day. Who's to say their test is correct?"
If a review of the DNA tests and a review of the handling of this DNA evidence shows that the results are accurate then this man should be pardoned.
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