posted on Sep, 20 2019 @ 04:17 PM
Again, it's a really sensitive topic. Say a person was raped. Many of them feel so ashamed and disgusting that they don't report it immediately. A
week later they decide the rapist needs to pay for their crime, and so they report it. At that point there is likely zero evidence left, unless it
happened somewhere with surveillance cameras. Victim loses case due to lack of evidence, and serves a harsh punishment for "false accusations".
On the flip side. Two people get drunk and have rough sex. One regrets it in the morning. Reports it as a rape, and at that time there would still be
biological evidence including tearing, making it look violent. Somebody is serving time for something they didn't do.
It is nearly impossible to prove or disprove rape in most situations. I tend to side with the alleged victim 99% of the time, because rape is
unfortunately very common, but false accusations absolutely happen.
edit on 20-9-2019 by LordAhriman because: (no reason given)