There have been some recent comments to two linked articles I posted in 2009 Balancing Prosecutions- Rape, Lies and Academia and Balancing Prosecutions - revisiting Duke Lacrosse, which most readers may have missed unless they subscribed to those threads, but which I felt deserved a wider readership. The Duke Lacrosse case was a very important event because the forces ranged against the white race, and in particular white males, exposed their true agenda. They bared their teeth and, albeit only briefly were forced into the open, we saw their nakedness, we saw their hate, and it was an ugly sight.
The media, the law and academia attempted the blood sacrifice of three innocent young men on the alter of their genocidal agenda, they almost succeeded, but for once they were caught in the act.
It happened in America, but it could have happened anywhere in the besieged western world. We should remember the Duke Lacrosse case, because it shows us how much they hate us, and what we are really up against. This is the reason I return to it so often:
The following comments were received earlier this week
Anonymous: June 24 16:23
Mangum, the hoaxer, was charged with attempted murder in 2010.
In 2011 she did manage to murder someone.
"It's Crystal Magnum. THE Crystal Magnum," he told the emergency operator. "I told him she was trouble from the damn beginning."
Much of the media still cannot be bothered to get her name right.
She'd been involved with the courts before. One night in 2002, she lifted a taxi driver's keys while giving him a lap dance. With a blood alcohol level twice the legal limit, Mangum then stole the cab. Police chased her through the city; she was eventually arrested, but not before nearly running over a cop as he approached her car.
At 17, she told police that three men had raped her when she was 14, but the case was dropped when she didn't follow through with the authorities. Her father later told reporters that he didn't believe that she'd been raped then.
Also of interest is Tara Levicy.
Tara Levicy, the nurse who reported on the condition of Crystal Mangum after the alleged rape, shrugged off the absence of physical evidence of assault and the lack of lacrosse-player DNA with a feminist slogan: "Rape is about power, not passion."
She was also a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner in training. She was not qualified to do the job she was asked to do.
For example she could not explain why if the perpetrators had not used condoms she had none of their semen in her but she had semen from other men.
False rape claims are not about justice but power.
Michael Nifong, whose parents had gone to Duke, was known for his hatred of Duke University and its students. According to Patsy McDonald, a law school classmate, he also had a "deep-seated antipathy to lacrosse players."
The Lacrosse season was cancelled and the coach was sacked before being reinstated.
Collin Finnerty and Reade Seligmann are indicted for the sexual assault and kidnapping of Crystal Mangum. They turn themselves into authorities at the back of the Durham County Jail. They were handcuffed and driven 15 yards to the front of the jail, where they were then paraded in front of waiting camera crews.
Richard Brodhead makes an appearance at the Durham Chamber of Commerce meeting, two days after Reade Seligmann and Collin Finnerty are arrested. WRAL-TV quotes Brodhead as saying, “If our students did what is alleged, it is appalling to the worst degree. If they didn’t do it, whatever they did is bad enough." So not committing a crime is .. a crime?
A black guy sacked from a TV programme (was it because he did not toe the line?) and Selena Roberts (who was part of the misleaders) got his job.
How many of these rentamob protesters had heard of Rakheem Bolton?
Where were the slutwalkers, the sloganeers, the group of 88, and other "concerned citizens" complaining that someone said that his victim "made him rape her"?
"Rape is about power, not passion." (But will be ignored when white devil woman is the victim?)
Anonymous: June 25th 11:18
"so called feminists, for whom the protection of women was clearly not a priority."________________
As we see in the Hilaire S. case in Texas where nobody has criticised a school for kicking a cheerleader off the squad who refused to cheer for her rapist.
Selena Roberts et al must have been very busy not to notice this.
The three part Balancing Prosecutions series can be read here.