False rape allegations increase


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  1. Thank you Stephen for all the informative mails you send us.

      • Stephen on 12 September 2019 at 17:36

      By the grace of God! Thank you for your support.

  2. I was in Hyde Park back in the early 90s with tens of thousands of other people who were there to oppose the Criminal Justice Bill 1994. It was like a scene out of Hollywood. The police were like an army fighting their own people, and I recall when it got dark one could look across the park and see thousands of lights as a whole battalion of police moved in from behind to trap the protestors. The sheer scale of the government’s bootboy response to public opposition was incredible. The message was overwhelming, that they were going to get this bill through come what may. I had not realised at the time about the section to do with rape, but I did see this as a turning point. We lost unfortunately. I’ve never voted since as an expression of my displeasure with the way this country is run.

  3. I find it hard to symphatise with male victims of this wicked false allegation, where there has actually been a sexual intercourse. The sexual intercouse has been a sinful act against God, either through fornication or adultery. The best antitode is for men not to have sexual intercourse with a woman you are not married to. But then again, only someone who is submitted to the revealed will of God can do this.

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