Montgomery County False Sexual Assault Claim

A Montgomery County, Texas woman called police claiming her male friend had sexually attacked her in his apartment.

Two officers were then sent to the apartment to investigate the incident. The women told the two officers that her 26-year-old male friend had sexually assaulted her. However, upon further investigation, the deputies watched a video recording the male had made that showed the woman telling him that she was calling the police because he was making her leave the apartment and she would tell the police he assaulted her. After the Montgomery County officers viewed this video, the woman was arrested. Her name has not been released.

What would have happened if this guy did NOT make the video? He would have most likely been wrongly arrested and spent an undetermined time in jail on false charges. Yet feminist continue to claim that women don’t lie about sex crimes.

Furthermore, the fact that the woman's name has not been released appears to indicate the Montgomery County court wants the incident out of public view so they can quietly either dismiss all charges or levy only a small fine. This woman made the false sexual assault complaint because she knew there would be only a small chance she would be punished.

In feminist America, women generally are not held accountable for their actions.

Consider the example of Joanne Baldwin. She was married to actor Dan Baldwin. Earlier this summer, Dan said police told him to take the couple's two children out of the house when the children witnessed Joanne punching him in the face. Additionally, Dan said his wife had watched a documentary on women who killed their husbands and quoted her as saying "'Now I know how to do it, I understand why they did it. You have been warned. Move out of this house or I am going to kill you."

She has received precisely no jail time for what in essence is a domestic violence incident. Additionally, the documentary on killing husbands, no doubt offered an array of excuses on why the wives should not be held accountable for their actions. (And these nitwits can't figure out why men increasingly avoid marriage).

Consider also the recent story of 28 year old wife Amanda Leann Kueht from Houston. She is a substance abuse counselor who was caught in a sexual relationship with a 16 year old boy. Yet many Houston press commenters are stating she did nothing wrong and is a good person.

This wife cheats on her husband - WITH A MINOR- lies to her husband's face and demands he be faithful to her. Yet people claim she is good person. Imagine if the roles were reversed and it was discovered her husband was dating a 16 year old girl. Think he would be categorized as a good person?

In feminist America, women generally are not held accountable for their actions - definitely not to the same degree as men.

August 15, 2011


Steve said...

Thank you for posting this. Would you happen to have a link to the story of the false rape claim? I would like to run it on my website, www.falserapesociety.blogspot.com.

Thank you,

E. Steven Berkimer

Rob said...

Hi Steve. I wil post the link at your blog shortly.