Posts tagged ‘Rape’

July 26, 2010

UGODDABEKIDDENME-RAPE BY DECEPTION

by MullOverThis

Check out this article first, please:

http://www.aolnews.com/surge-desk/article/palestinian-saber-kushour-accused-of-rape-of-deception-speak/19568421

Is this ludicrous or is this ludicrous?

A straight nutjob meets a man, sleeps with him two seconds after instantaneously, and gets to sue him for “rape by deception”?  Had this woman spent time over coffee before jumping in bed with a man that she does not know-I mean just enough time to sip a cup of coffee slowly-she might have asked him if he was an Arab or delved into his ancestry since this fact is so important to her. I can know absolutely nothing about this man, go to a rooftop and have sex with a complete stranger, so long as he is not Arab.  This insane thought pattern should never be legitimized under the law.    Forget the racism involved.  If Ms. Hotstuff is so free with her body, health and well-being, she should have a burden to do her own due diligence to find out whether a man with a Jewish nickname is actually a Jew.

Who in their right minds, actually allowed a person who has no regard for her own life to have standing to sue or be protected under the law under these circumstances?  Who?  Who?  She was deceived because she put blinders on.  She threw ALL judgment out of the window of her brain, which may never even have existed within in the first place, and went to a rooftop to have sex with a man who could have tossed her over the building. 

Some things make Mulloverthis have to take a few seconds to blog and this here ridiculousness is one of them.

Next thought:  What if this Rape By Deception existed in the United States?  Most men and women we know would be in jail right now.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2010/jul/25/saber-kushour-rape-deception-charge

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July 28, 2008

MISOGYNY & MAYHEIM: WOMEN IN IRAQ

by MullOverThis

DEMOCRACY NOW recently interviewed Dr. John and Mrs. Linda Johnson regarding the suspect death of their daughter,  Lavina Johnson, while serving in Iraq in the United States armed forces.

There is something you can do.  Please contact your congresspersons and let them know that you are concerned about what happened to Lavina Johnson, and the safety of other women in Iraq.  The solution is not for women to stay home, but for criminals to be held accountable.  Women are allegedly being assaulted, harassed, raped and murdered.  Proper adjudication of such activity should not be dismissed because to do so would ruffle the feathers of our valiant soldiers, or men who are earning big bucks through private government contracts.  Urge your congresspersons to support any congressional hearings investigating crimes against women working for private contractors  (such as Haliburton), and in the United States military.

Based upon Mrs. Johnson’s choice verbiage in referencing the “lying demons” who are allegedly covering up Lavina’s assault, rape and murder, she knows exactly what is at work here.  We don’t fight flesh, we fight against the  works of Satan.  So, for those of you understand this, let us pray that the Johnson’s receive justice and that the will of God be done for all other families who have been lied to regarding their loved ones.  Pray for the protection of women who are not just fighting for our country, but are fighting for their own safety.  Pray that all of the hidden things (to bring this end) be revealed to the right people, at the right time. 

Check out these links below for more reports on alleged crimes against American and foreign women by US soldiers or private contractors:

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/25784465/

http://http://www.nytimes.com/2008/02/13/world/middleeast/13contractors.html?pagewanted=1

http://www.latimes.com/news/opinion/commentary/la-oe-harman31mar31,0,5399612.story

http://abcnews.go.com/Blotter/story?id=4278133

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/cristobal-joshua-alex/halliburton-rape-and-the_b_86218.html

http://www.tracykbarker.com/

www.truthout.org/article/military-hides-cause-women-soldiers-deaths

July 24, 2008

100 Years to Life for Rape

by MullOverThis

An African American man was sentenced to 100 years to life for two hours of criminal conduct. These are the types of sentences that are completely insane based upon equitable lines, but sure do make me sleep better at night.

Mr. Christopher Pearce, 29, of Roosevelt, Long Island, took an expensive trip to the bank when he broke into his victim’s home and forced her to go to two different ATM locations and withdraw $600 in cash, then forced her to another location and raped her, then forced her to drive back to her home.   Mr. Pearce put robbery, burglary, kidnapping, criminal sexual act, and rape charges in his criminal shopping cart.  He checked out in Nassau County, Long Island and he must pay the piper with a life sentence.

I will not be protesting this decision, just praying that Mr. Pearce will be productive and find meaning to life behind prison walls and gets the help he needs. 

 

http://www.nassaucountyny.gov/agencies/DA/NewsReleases/2008/050208pearce.html

http://www.newsday.com/news/local/nassau/ny-lirape0724,0,5677516.story

http://www.wnbc.com/topic/Christopher+Pearce/index.html

http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/nationworld/chi-dna-rape-chargejul19,0,7938319.story

Compare:

http://www.baltimoresun.com/topic/hc-6townreview0720.artjul20,0,5777593.story

http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/ktla-doctor-rape,0,7160553.story

July 1, 2008

Bynum’s Battle is Over–Weeks and Bynum Divorce Final

by MullOverThis

If you live long enough, you will experience the best of times and the worst of times, all at the same time.  This holds true, for example, when a doting father watches his only daughter get married.  The ultra dad may be exuberant while witnessing his daughter take on the life of a wife, all while grieving because his baby girl is now looking to another  as her strong man, protector, provider and leader.  Divorce often has this ambivalent effect on couples that don’t make it.  While each partner may be looking forward to a permanent dissolution of the marriage, it is often a painstaking reminder of the end of life as usual.  Psychologically, it can be as traumatic as experiencing a death, or loss of a loved one.  So, this divorce cannot be an easy time for Bynum or Weeks.

The couple received a final divorce decree on June 20, 2008 at the Atlanta area Gwinnett County Superior Court.  Bynum and Weeks were a high-profile ministry couple who had an unprecedented media exposed take-by-take coverage of the demise of their marriage.  Their union had challenges like most.  The straw that broke the camel’s back was the August 21, 2007 parking lot incident where Bynum alleged that her then husband, Weeks, assaulted her by beating and repeatedly kicking her.  Weeks plead guilty to aggravated assault, after initially stating that he never put his hands on  Bynum.  He later changed his story and said he pushed Bynum away because she was attempting to assault him.  Bynum was the one with the documented bruises and the testimony of two black male hotel employees who had no prior relationship to Bynum other than seeing her frequent the hotel.  Even with Weeks’ alleged spousal abuse to his first wife, alleged physical altercations with a male and female church employee, a switch in stories before the world, and conviction, he still claims to be the victim. 

Had Michael Jackson, OJ Simpson, Marion Barry, Mike Tyson and most recently R. Kelly not been hailed as heros by a litany of supporters amidst alleged crimes against women and children, I might be alarmed.  This is the world we live in.  Where a prominent Baptist preacher petitioned for Mike Tyson, who has recently been linked to a murder plot in Bedford-Stuyvestant area of Brooklyn, New York, to have his prison sentence for raping Desiree Washington stayed.  Where were the church leaders petitioning for Bishop Weeks or other pastors with violent tendencies to have a stay from mounting a pulpit to lead people?  They couldn’t see past Bynum’s fiery personality, or whatever else became the focus.  I’m sure Desiree Washington understands.  Her commitment to dancing to win the competition for which she spent 6 months preparing, over 24 hour delay in reporting the crime, and willingness to visit the famous boxer’s hotel room–after having asked to re-schedule the date, after asking her roommate to go with her to Tyson’s hotel room (who declined)–made her a scorned girl who didn’t want to be treated like a one night stand.  Poor Mike, Poor OJ, Poor R.Kelly, Poor Weeks.  How dare anyone interrupt their lives and make them accountable for alleged criminal activity?

It will be a better day when the focus of crimes committed against women are on the actual criminal activity and not on all of the issues with which the women who were murdered, raped, beaten, and assaulted walk into the criminal activity . 

Should Bynum have stayed will always be a question.  I happen to think that Bynum is a woman responsible for her own life before the Lord and that calling is greater than her calling to influence what a world looking at this fiasco will think about Christians who divorce.  One thing is certain:  her decision to leave is between her and the Lord who knows whether she would have ended up in a coffin from the maniacal behavior of a man who a bellman had to pull off of his wife while stating, “I’m going to kill you”.  The same people with signs praying for their celebrity and religious icons to get off (who they tend to empathize with), would be the same dramazoids waiting to view her body and crying empty tears.  Bynum made the choice to live and I don’t believe God intended for her to part by death at her husband’s hands.

 

http://www.ajc.com/search/content/metro/gwinnett/stories/2008/06/21/bynumgwx.html

http://www.ajc.com/search/content/metro/gwinnett/stories/2008/03/14/weeks0314.html