JUSTICE: Woman Falsely Accuses Man of Rape. Goes to Jail.
A "lesbian" claimed a man raped her. And by "raped," I mean she had consensual sex with him in a dirty motel... and regretted it later. What did she do about the situation? She took a page out of Lena Dunham's book: called herself a rape victim. Easy speasy.
But rather than start a hashtag, or make wild accusations on social media, this dame did what all fake rape-victims know is a big, boo-boo, no-no: she actually went to the police. The result? They sent her to jail...
A 34-year-old [Mississippi] woman was sentenced to 100 days in jail for falsely accusing a man of rape in order to conceal a consensual sexual motel encounter from her girlfriend and partner. Rachel Soderblom must also serve 2 ½ years on probation and pay $1,483 in fines and courts...
She underwent an examination, medical personnel collected DNA evidence and a man was identified through a DNA index system... Police arrested the man and he spent about 16 days, including Christmas and the New Year's holiday, in jail before he could return to his family.
When confronted, [Soderblom] eventually conceded she knew the man. They had flirted, she said, and he contended he could "make her go straight." [The] two had consensual sex at America's Best Value Inn.
Yes, it's gross. As is the case with most fake rape stories.
Notice something? This broad legitimately reported the rape. Didn't take long for police to figure out something was amiss. (Her lesbianism, perhaps?) Police handed her a jail sentence because she was an untruthful slimebag. When this South Carolina woman told police her fake rape story, the police prosecuted her too. Because she lied to the police. See the pattern here?
It seems when rape-fakers go to the police, they have a higher chance of getting caught in their lying lies. Hence all those "I was raped but I didn't go to the police" gals. Here's looking at you, Dunham and Schumer.
The sentencing is a light, sure. Rape accusations ruin lives. I mean, technically she sent him to jail, where he could have been raped himself. What's the manslaughter term for indirect rapage?
The problem is that we're living in a politically correct climate, prime for breeding inauthentic victims. Since fake victims don't have to go to the police, they usually don't. It's easy, so they crop up in droves. SJW feminists have turned victimhood into a social status and career (read Opinion: Professional Victimhood is America's Fastest Growing Business!). Meanwhile it discourages real victims from stepping forward. Aaand sleazeballs like this garner sympathy for themselves... While simultaneously ruining the lives of the men they falsely accuse. Why? Because #FEMINISM
The moral of the story? Never go to an America's Best Value Inn. Also, rape is serious (see SWEDEN: Muslim Refugees Gang Rape Two Girls. No Punishment...). Rape accusations are serious. Both should be treated as such. Instagram posts and fake rape memoirs detailing the drunken sex you had the other night? Doesn't help. Instead, one can help by encouraging victims to go to authorities ASAP. You know, so the rapist doesn't rape again.
While we're on the subject, watch this. You're welcome.