posted on Oct, 18 2018 @ 01:08 PM
I came across an article today that made me do some thinking. In light of recent events with the kavanaugh hearing, I was wondering if people accusing
someone falsely should be punished in accordance with the accused crime.
Now before anyone jumps the gun, I'm Not saying that miss ford should be jailed because her claims couldn't be proven. If proven she lied then
that's a different story.
The linked story is about a boy accused by two females of sexual assault just because they didn't like him.
He was removed from school, placed under house arrest and I'm sure had all kinds of harrassment sent his way.
"The girls—dubbed "mean girls" in the lawsuit, a reference to the 2004 Lindsay Lohan film—admitted on tape that they made up the assault story.
One said, "I just don't like him" and "[I] would do anything to get him expelled," according to The Toronto Sun."
Now it has been discovered that he was innocent and is now suing the school. I dont understand how the school is responsible but maybe that will come
My question is, do these girls deserve punishment equal to the punishment the boy would have received if found guilty?
I say yes.