It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker.
Please white-list or disable AboveTopSecret.com in your ad-blocking tool.
Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker.
Frankly, I find even the notion of attempting to release the identity of a rape accuser disgusting. Whether or not, the accuser's accusations have merit, she deserves her privacy.
Or should a woman be brave enough to face the press as equally as the man accused?
Even if it were the case that this woman's story has been fabricated, revealing her identity puts every other woman who is considering reporting a rape in a terrible position. Isn't suffering the ordeal enough? Now we must punish women for simply accusing someone of such a heinous crime by telling the entire world of their experience?
The rape card means, (and this has nothing to do with this specific case), but all a woman has to do is yell rape and the man will be arrested and possibly charged by that causes him so much grief, he loses his job etc. even if the sex was consenual, if she wants some sort of revenge this causes alot of grief for the man if he is innocent.
Originally quoted by dannia
Are you implying that a woman is being cowardly in wanting privacy when dealing with the act of rape?
Originally quoted by Amuk I dont think the accuser OR the accused names should be reviled till after a verdict is handed down....and then only those found guilty names should be made public.