False Rape Allegation – WHAT YOU’RE SAYING
May 9, 2013
A man spent 10 years in prison on a false rape charge, a court has ruled. If these allegations are true, what should happen to the woman who filed the false charge? We asked Facebook users:
Ten years in the joint for her seems about right, then a lifetime of paying restitution back to the man for the money he lost while sitting in prison. That’s a start, anyways.
She should have to pay the state for all the time he spent in prison that the tax payers had to pay.
She should do at least 10 years and have to go to Rape Survivor meetings and explain to them that she’s the reason it’s so difficult to get rape convictions.
What should happen is she should go through our judicial system. Strange case. Feel bad for the falsely accused man and I hope he finds some sort of recourse.
It’s women like her that makes it hard on women that do get raped. I say she owes him so much. Anything she has should be given to him. I am so unhappy hearing this. With his story being told, businesses should be offering jobs to him. This man needs help. Let the people of Michigan help him start his life again. Why should he have to move? Continued…
—Bonnie Beacom Jones