What is wrong with these sick perverted misogynistic pigs? They aren’t real men, they are sub-human and more deserving of abuse than any non-human animal.
They make me want to puke on them. That and they all look like the Larry Craig closet case type.
By Nathan Diebenow
Saturday, February 5th, 2011
When is a rape victim legally a victim of rape?
According to a Georgia state representative, the term “victim” should be applied only after the accused has been convicted.
State Rep. Bobby Franklin (R-Marietta) recently introduced a bill mandating that not only victims of rape be re-classified as “accusers,” but victims of stalking, harassment, and family violence should as well.
If passed, the legislation [PDF] would amend state criminal law “in the context of a number of statutes making reference to circumstances where there has not yet been a criminal conviction; to provide for related matters; to repeal conflicting laws; and for other purposes.”
Critics said that they feared Franklin’s bill would decrease reports of rape, which is itself already an underreported crime [PDF], according to the California Coalition Against Sexual Assault.
“To be classified, off the bat, as an accuser instead of as a victim places one more barrier to reporting the crime to the authorities,” Amie Newman of RH Reality Check wrote recently.