As many cheer after predatory scumbag and sex pervert Harvey Weinstein was convicted of rape charges earlier this week, ambitious prosecutors are salivating at the precedent set by the case, which may be applied to individuals not as sleazy and well-connected as the former Hollywood mogul.
Weinstein was convicted of third-degree rape despite the fact that there was no physical evidence of any crimes taking place, the supposed victims maintained their relationships with him years after the incidents occurred, and the alleged crimes were not reported for many years after the fact. The flimsy evidence was bolstered by “expert testimony” from activist feminists telling the jury essentially to believe all women, no matter what.
Profit-seeking attorneys and heavy-handed prosecutors see a golden opportunity in the “no evidence” standard that the case has set moving forward.
“This is a new day,” Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. said following Weinstein’s verdict. “Rape is rape whether the survivor reports within an hour, within a year or perhaps never. It’s rape despite the complicated dynamics of power and consent after an assault. It’s rape even if there is no physical evidence.”
“There’s always the fear of coming forward, you know, going through a trial, getting beat up and humiliated and then not getting that verdict. Now that they see it can be done, I think more people will come forward and definitely empower the movement,” said criminal defense attorney Richard Kaplan.
“Now there is a roadmap on how you can win this kind of case,” he added.
“I hope that prosecutors, all over this country, and all over the world, look at this case and realize that rape trials can be won,” said attorney Carrie Goldberg, who represented one of Weinstein’s accusers in court, “and that these aren’t just ‘he said, she said’ stories, but they’re actually crimes that are winnable and need to be brought.”
“This case challenges our notions of what is force in a sexual relationship, what is lack of consent in a sexual relationship,” said New York defense attorney Paul DerOhannesian, who specializes in sexual assault cases.
The Weinstein verdict, which is being hailed as a tremendous victory for justice by conservatives and liberals alike, may have ripped the lid off of Pandora’s box. This could be the opportunity that the #MeToo witch hunt uses to finish off due process and the presumption of innocence once and for all.
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SICK: Male Feminist Tech Reporter Found Guilty Of Luring a Child
Peter Bright identified as a male feminist ally.
A former tech reporter for Ars Technica who identified as a ‘male feminist ally’ was convicted on one account of attempted child enticement on Wednesday.
Peter Bright communicated with an undercover FBI agent who was posing as the mother of a 7-year old girl and 9-year old boy on an online fetish app. Bright agreed to engage in sexual activity with the children.
He went on to meet with the undercover agent at a New York City park in order to travel to the supposed mother’s residence and have sex with the two prepubescent children. Bright was arrested by the FBI en route to the planned location of his sex crime.
The tech journalist also told the undercover FBI agent that he had previously abused an 11-year old girl, framing his perversion as some kind of twisted sexual education.
Bright has been convicted of one count of attempted enticement of a minor to engage in illegal sexual activity. His punishment will range between ten years in prison, and a life sentence.
On Bright’s active Twitter page, he identifies as “Poly/pan/pervy. He/Him.”
Bright had been known for his feminist commentary on his Twitter page, where he frequently condemned 2015’s GamerGate movement
In this most revealing tweet on his page, the now-convicted child sex offender expressed his disagreement with “age-based rape laws.”
@realnudel I wouldn't disagree; I think age-based rape laws (rather than consent-based) are stupid.
— Pumpkin Fright👨⚕️🍕 (@DrPizza) May 8, 2013
When someone shows you who they are, the best thing to do is to believe them.
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