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Father accused of being a paedophile by ex

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posted on Sep, 3 2011 @ 05:58 AM
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Originally posted by Aeons
I have no problem with people who bring false charges being charged for it.

Conviction should be as usual - that the charge is proven without any doubt.

I see these sites, and the anti-female sites, that ANY woman who cannot PROVE her charge should be punished for bringing the charge. That I find disgusting.

Only for women though. If some guy brings a charge against someone for any other crime and it isn't proven...well that's that. In these people's estimation, all things being equal, should believe that someone who can't prove that someone hit a car or punched them in the bar should be punished for making the claim at all.

If it can be PROVEN beyond a reasonable doubt, I agree.

However, most of the time these threads descend into an all out I-Hate-Women fest claiming that all women making any claim against any man should be punished unless her charges are proven. That's ridiculous.
edit on 2011/9/2 by Aeons because: (no reason given)



I probably shouldn't respond but I will. How many women accuse and how many men accuse? I haven't in my experience in over 14 years seen one man placing accusations on a woman. Not once. I have seen men being accused of all sorts of deeds. Are all women mean, spiteful, vengeful? No, but I do think I've seen enough to recognize a trend.

On one occasion while I was waiting at the courthouse for me and my ex-wife's meeting with the judge I watched these women coming in and getting information handed to them in what I would call a "divorce kit". I was floored at how much help they were giving women without question. FYI, guys are left in the dark based on my experience. I asked if I could get this assistance and was told flat out "No".

Divorce is a business and I would go so far as saying women are encouraged to do maximum pain. IMHO this is insane and the government needs to get out of peoples personal lives. Get rid of these damn crazy safety nets for women. It will force them to be much more careful in choosing a mate instead of casual about the whole thing, thinking "If I don't like the way it goes I can just divorce him". I see this all of the time in our callcenter.

I would not have any problems seeing ANYBODY placing false accusations come to task for what they have done. I am no fan of injustice.




posted on Sep, 3 2011 @ 06:49 AM
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The problem is that in this country, when you falesly accuse someone, aqnd get caught, its a MISDEMEANOR, ie a slap on the wrists, a fine or probation. THATS IT.
NOW, if the courts would impose the sentence they werre going to impose on the accused (example, a falsely accused and wrongfully convicted rapist gets 20 years, and it comes out the victim lied), the false accuser should get the SAME sentence the other person was going to get.
Whats that you say? 20 years is too long for falsely accusing someone? Oh well, dont falsely accuse people of crimes they DID NOT COMMIT!



posted on Sep, 4 2011 @ 03:01 PM
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I worked for 8 months in a lawyer's office doing custody and divorces. Yes, males and females lie about their partners, and anything else that might get them what they want.



posted on Sep, 4 2011 @ 03:06 PM
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As I just saw this posted and I am late in the game may I add what I'm sure has already been said, but only to strengthen the argument - NEVER assume someone is guilty when charged with a crime. It has happened to me and for one I am greatful of vindication but for two years my life was ruined. I now look at things differently.

CJ



posted on Sep, 4 2011 @ 03:08 PM
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It's not even that. When a charge is dropped, that is it in most cases. It is hard to prove they were lying, if the charge is vague enough - it ususally comes down to there is nothing to prosecute for so drop the charge. Yu can sue, but $, time, a lot of factors go into it.

CJ



posted on Sep, 4 2011 @ 03:22 PM
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My Cousin in Florida was accused by his wife of Molesting his little girl. Then her and the state made his life a living hell, He kept telling the judge that it never happened and that she was nuts and every time he turned around the wife kept dragging him into court...finally the judge told his X wife that if he seen her in court one more time stirring trouble he was going to throw her in jail.....she went home and took a pistol and shot herself and my cousins daughter in the head....The little girl lived but the Psycho Cuban he married did not.....The judge apologized in person and cleared the entire matter and he got his daughter back.

Its a screwed up world we live in, thank god the little girl lived



posted on Sep, 4 2011 @ 03:28 PM
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That would have made the news. Link please.

Your story is slightly unbelievable. Women generally don't use guns to commit suicide.



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