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Originally posted by 1000TonBlocks
reply to post by Unity_99
I have Never had an off topic post yet....wonder what it looks like
Originally posted by ScousePhil
So the victim should've changed school and joined another team? Why should she change her lifestyle just to accomodate him.
And how dare you blame the victim for putting herself in that position. It is not okay to assault anyone regardless of where they are or whether they are drunk or not.
That's the same type of weak arguement as saying she was wearing sexually provocative clothing so she was asking for it.
He admitted to sexually assaulting her and while that may not mean he followed through and went on to rape her I'm sure it still had an effect on her mentally.
And it was completely insensitive of the school administrators to expel her from the team for not cheering someone who was CONVICTED of assaulting her.
And yes the fact that she was thrown of the team can have ramifications for her future. And who cares if his future is affected she's not the one who assaulted someone why should she suffer anymore.
The court made the wrong decision by saying it was a frivilous lawsuit when anyone with a conscience can see it was entirely justified.
Originally posted by RelentlessLurker
reply to post by LargeFries
she brought it on herself.
she accused somebody of doing something that he did not do.
she should have to pay the amount, and be held criminally responsible for wasting every bodies time (school/taxpayer).