Shocking Confession from Woman Who Claims to Have Been Gang-Raped By 12 Teens
Actions have consequences, whether it be the things you do or the things you say. They can have long-lasting effects on the lives of many people.
So many people in our country have been duped into believing the idea that we should believe all women when they accuse someone of raping or sexually abusing them.
Yet, time and time again we’ve seen why this should not be the case at all and this is part of the poison of the #MeToo movement.
Most recently, a woman accused 12 teenage boys ranging in ages from 13-18 of gang-raping her over the summer. It was only 10 days later that she retracted her statement.
According to Western Journal,
She spent about a month in jail before she was granted bail at the end of August, according to the Evening Standard.
After her bail was paid, according to the details on this page, the woman was not allowed to leave the country until her charges were tried in court.
During her trial, she said she felt pressured by Cypriot police to issue the retraction. The police denied her claim.
Despite the British woman’s claims of innocence, the Famagusta District Court in Paralimni, Cyprus, found her guilty Monday of fabricating the crime.
“My conclusion is that the guilt of the accused has been proven beyond reasonable doubt,” Judge Michalis Papathanasiou said, according to the Evening Standard.
It is my opinion that whenever someone falsely accuses another individual of a particular crime and they later found guilty of lying, that person should be punished with the exact same measure and receive the same punishment that whoever they accuse of wrongdoing would have had experienced.
So if someone accuses another of rape and the penalty for that crime would have been 10 years in prison, the false accuser should be put into prison for 10 years instead.