Sexual assault reports.. IN THE NEWS
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« on: November 22, 2017, 08:28:06 pm »

There are things called COURTS.  The concept of justice is supposed to be that when there is a serious problem, one goes to court to settle it. 

Not anymore!   Now, when someone has a problem, they go running to the fake news media and have a press conference to broadcast their allegations - bypassing the courts entirely. 

This is a serious problem.  There are laws regarding slander, libel, and defamation.  Why aren't they enforced? 

Here is a  simple example.

Consider that your next door neighbor shit on your lawn, beat up your kids, blew up your car, and raped your poodle.
If you were to announce this publicly, you would be GUILTY of defamation, libel, slander... even if it is true!
This is why we have COURTS!   Society seems to have forgotten about that!

These days, all it takes is for someone to make a complaint and then that person's life is ruined. 
For instance,  if someone accused you of molesting a child... and you were arrested...  typically your mug shot would be taken, it would be published on the internet, newspapers and TV news would broadcast the allegation and your face and your address and where you work to the world.. and all of this would occur before the state decided whether or not to bring you to trial!   Even if they don't bring you to trial, all that information is still out there, and your face, with your name, age, address, and what you were arrested for is there PERMANENTLY.. even if the charges were dropped!   

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