Background: Watch this.

It’s simply so sad.

Look at those two handsome faces. Look at them. Look at the grief on them.

Does that look like the face of a rapist? Does it?

Surely, how merciless are you, Judge? In fact, no justice has been served here! These boys are the victims! They were star football players! I cannot imagine how you could heartlessly do that to them – especially with how emotional that courtroom was!

If anything, why didn’t you call Poppy Harlow to the stand, Your Honour? She has all the facts you need – with the facial expressions to boot! An oversight on your part, sir! You have put the credibility of the entire American legal system to question!

Those poor boys. You heartless man, Your Honour. Look at how sad and emotional she looks, Judge! LOOK AT HER! HOW DARE YOU!

Look at the facts, Your Honour:

  1. Star football players. Very good students. Obviously very muscular and powerful. Do those sound like the traits of a rapist? Do they? What is wrong with you? Are you blind to reason? There is no way these two would have overpowered the girl even if they tried! Read between CNN’s lines, Your Honour. READ BETWEEN THE LINES!
  2. The photo? Obviously the girl posed for it. Besides, one girl and two boys? She has to be the problem. Has to. And she was drunk. DRUNK, Your Honour! This is all her fault! Listen to the poor Malik: “I had no intention to do anything like that…” See? She deliberately got drunk to trap these boys into ‘raping’ her! Yet you blame these boys? Shame on you!
  3. The two boys have never been told, “I love you.” Never. For precisely this reason, they couldn’t possibly have raped that girl! CNN’s Harlow speaks sense! Even if they did rape her, daddy dearest finally told the boy that he loves him. Surely, all’s right with the world now. ¬†Why don’t you see that, Your Honour? WHY?
  4. You clearly have zero legal background, Your Honour. Listen to CNN’s legal expert: “The most severe thing with these young men is being labeled as registered sex offenders…” You want to put them through that? I mean, the girl was only raped, but you want to have them bear that label for life? Having spent two years in a juvenile facility? Are you sadistic? What is wrong with you?

Despite all these facts, you go ahead to commit these boys to a juvenile facility until 21? Is it that you were bullied by football players back in your high school days? Is this your form of payback, wrecking the lives of two innocent young boys?

Even this guy is wiser than you are, Judge. Did you think of that? Huh? Did you?

Even this guy is wiser than you are, Judge. Did you think of that? Huh? Did you?

You clearly conspired with that guilty girl to ruin these boys lives. You’re part of the conspiracy to use rape and the legal system to keep the good men down.

Listen to CNN, Your Honour. And feel shame.


(You can read the Daily Mail’s report on the CNN coverage here. Huffington Post also has something on the matter here.)

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2 thoughts on “Yes, Your Honour, listen to CNN: Rape is a conspiracy to keep the good men down.

  • March 18, 2013 at 12:19 pm

    I’d heard about this story and I am shocked this is the angle they’re taking. Apparently the sad part is that these are the only people who will face any action. The girls ex-boyfriend who was also in the mix and the other guys at the Party may get off scott free.

  • March 18, 2013 at 2:52 pm

    This is outrageous!!!! Why the hell isn’t anyone talking about the lasting effects of rape on the girl. Her entirelife is ruined too. Thank God these men will be labelled as registered sex offenders for the rest of their lives so that everyone will know who they really are.


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