So very rare

These false allegations of rape. So very, very, rare, not even worth considering whether a specific allegation is in fact false:

A taxi driver falsely accused of rape by a passenger has told a court that he is now afraid to pick up female fares, as the judge in the case warned a woman she faces jail over the allegations.

Laura Hood, 27, maintained for more than two-and-a-half years she had been attacked by taxi driver Haroon Yousaf, but last week finally admitted that the incident did not take place.

But she continued to deny the allegation against her and said she was innocent because she had not knowingly lied, and instead had a false belief of “something so clear in my head”.

16 comments on “So very rare

  1. No doubt she’ll be let off with not much more than a slap on the wrist.

    If the pussy pass extends to someone arming themselves with a hammer, going to their estranged husband’s home, and killing him with it, then this would be mild in comparison.

  2. I had the misfortune to be on jury service when a rape trial came up. It seemed to us that the ‘victim’ had consented to everything until afterwards, when it seemed that the ‘rapist’ wasn’t sufficiently cuddly and phoned for a taxi for her rather than invite her to stay.
    There was also video evidence of mis-statements of fact by the ‘victim’. We took it very seriously in our deliberations, and acquitted. Not with enthusiasm but with some confusion – how had it ever come to court?
    It was probably the view that the ‘victim’ must be believed.

  3. Where I used to live there were two false allegations of rape in a very small area within 18 months. The only reason I knew that they were false was because there had been screaming local headlines about the women being attacked in broad daylight in the street and a park. There had been so much fuss that the police had to quietly admit some time later that each hadn’t happened.
    I suspect that there are many, many other cases that are so thin that they never get anywhere near a court but would have done if there hadn’t been concrete evidence of lying.

  4. “instead had a false belief of “something so clear in my head”.”

    Her racism is clear…

  5. Maybe the Islamic jurisprudential requirement of four male witnesses isn’t as nutty as we thought, eh?

  6. If she believes she was raped then she was and he should go to jail. She has every right to identify as a rape victim whether she was actually raped or not you fucking bigots.

  7. She has every right to identify as a rape victim whether she was actually raped or not you fucking bigots

    A simple brain scan should tell us if she is an actual biological rape victim or a false accuser.
    Maybe something to do with dihydrotestosterone in the womb or something.

  8. The court heard how Hood maintained she had been raped despite being confronted with the vehicle tracker data.

    She also kept to her story when it was revealed Mr Yousaf was aged 29 at the time – and not in his 50s as she had described – and he had a full beard when she said her attacker had no facial hair.

    No forensic evidence gathered showed any physical contact between Mr Yousaf and Ms Hood.

    Is that enough for the CPS not to prosecute him?

  9. Remember that CPS bitch Saunders –a Treason May protégé–was allowed to quietly retire on pension after brazenly attempting to get men she knew to be innocent of rape jailed by withholding evidence of that innocence from the courts.

    Obviously “conspiracy to pervert the course of justice ” is not a charge that can be laid against agents of the British state and pals of BlueLabour Grandees.

  10. Saying ‘she had not knowingly lied, and instead had a false belief of “something so clear in my head”’ has all the hallmarks of being coached by her solicitor as that is the only thing that can get her off a charge of perjury.

  11. “she was innocent because she had not knowingly lied, and instead had a false belief of “something so clear in my head”

    Up until fairly recently I was unable to comprehend how the Salem Witch Trials could’ve occurred. It’s become pretty obvious by now, having seen a few dozen play out.

  12. “Up until fairly recently I was unable to comprehend how the Salem Witch Trials could’ve occurred. It’s become pretty obvious by now, having seen a few dozen play out.”

    Yes, you don’t need any ergot to send some women round the bend, there’s plenty who have gone round so many bends they’re coming back at you from the opposite direction, without any chemical assistance at all………………

  13. JS,

    What’s the betting that those 2 cases, and this one, still appear in the “rapes not prosecuted” totals? Does anyone believe that a bureaucrat will be bothered to go back and correct the data?

  14. If a man stands to be penalised for rape whether or not he has committed same, he might as well take his choice.
    Presumably those behind this prosecution don’t want rape to be deterred.

  15. @Mr Ecks June 27, 2019 at 12:40 pm

    Saunders “male” May’s SJW stooge replacement is even worse:

    https://continentaltelegraph.com/crime/new-chief-prosecutor-dont-look-for-the-evidence-rapists-might-be-innocent/

    For more lunacy read:
    Wimmin academics’ weird, weird world of gobbledygook
    “…No idea? Neither have I, but it’s fun looking up the ‘Postmodern Generator’, a brilliant site parodying current academic language; or, alternatively, spending a morning listening to BBC Radio 4 which increasingly takes us deep into the anxious, prohibiting culture of post-modernism.

    The bearers of this quasi-political gobbledygook are frequently females with doctorates in social science, occupying powerful, influential positions. In the last few days I’ve heard them covering a wide range of topics, starting with Dr Myriam François on Radio 4’s Moral Maze…”

    Lunatics, asylum…

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