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Wednesday, 7 May 2014

Did success of accusers of Max Clifford prompt two women to accuse Oxford Union President over a year after the alleged rape?


He seems all coked up to me.

http://www.jackfmoxfordshire.co.uk/news/oxfordshire-news/oxford-union-president-arrested-on-suspicion-of-rape/

Thames Valley Police say the arrest of a 21 year old man is in connection with two incidents involving two different women last year.

One victim was raped on the 22nd of January 2013, an attempted rape took place around 3 months later on the 24th of April.

The 21 year old has now been released on bail until the 18th of June.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/10814366/Oxford-Union-president-questioned-over-rape.html

The allegation of attempted rape also involved a second-year university student who is alleged to have met the Union president in a nightclub in April last year and claimed she was attacked when she went back to his room.

An Oxford student said the women involved, both aged around 19 and members of university sports teams, are thought to have made the complaints to police in the last few days.

http://oxford.tab.co.uk/2014/04/29/union-president-sullivan-is-using-union-funds-to-cover-personal-legal-costs/?noset

Did the success of the accusers of Max Clifford prompt these two women to accuse Ben Sullivan of rape over a year later?

https://www.cps.gov.uk/legal/p_to_r/perverting_the_course_of_justice_-_rape_and_dv_allegations/

Notice how men assume that the accusers are malicious and false and women assume that he must be guilty. Gender relations in Britain are toxic indeed. This tends to happen if the majority of women in your society are sluts. It seems having sex with someone is the surest way of turning yourself into a victim of violence.

http://www.bjs.gov/content/pub/pdf/fvv.pdf

http://thevoiceofreason-ann.blogspot.co.uk/2014/05/what-constitutes-sexual-intercourse.html

2 comments:

C Rehill said...

Why does Ben Sullivan not have anonymity whilst his accuser are granted it? Either one law for everyone or none for anyone. Current legislation is contrary to ECHR.

Claire Khaw said...

You make an excellent point.