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    Small Town Turns On Girl Who Was Allegedly Raped By HS Football Player [#303, #380]

    Small Town Turns On Girl Who Was Allegedly Raped By HS Football Player

    or here: Daisy Coleman, Missouri Teen, Claims She's Shunned By Community After Rape Allegations

    or here: Maryville rape case: The horrifying details of what happened to Daisy Coleman feel all too familiar.


    Words just can't describe....

    What's with this mentality of protecting athletes at all costs?

    Or protecting boys?????

    Why are girls seen as expendable?

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    re: Small Town Turns On Girl Who Was Allegedly Raped By HS Football Player [#303, #380]

    Sometimes, the allegations are actually false.

    Duke lacrosse case - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Not saying anything about whether the allegations in the OP are true or not because I don't know, but there is a purpose for the criminal justice system and allegations does not equal convictions.
    Last edited by X Factor; 10-15-13 at 09:00 AM.

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    re: Small Town Turns On Girl Who Was Allegedly Raped By HS Football Player [#303, #380]

    Quote Originally Posted by X Factor View Post
    Sometimes, the allegations are actually false.

    Duke lacrosse case - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Not saying anything about whether the allegations in the OP are true or not because I don't know, but there is a purpose for the criminal justice system and allegations does not equal convictions.
    Nope. But they should be taken seriously. It is some kind of social sickness that this community doesn't even care to find out whether this girl was raped. All they care about is their boys in the football team.

    This isn't a question of what's wrong with the criminal justice system. It's a question of what's wrong with these supposed human beings.

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    re: Small Town Turns On Girl Who Was Allegedly Raped By HS Football Player [#303, #380]

    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    Small Town Turns On Girl Who Was Allegedly Raped By HS Football Player

    or here: Daisy Coleman, Missouri Teen, Claims She's Shunned By Community After Rape Allegations

    or here: Maryville rape case: The horrifying details of what happened to Daisy Coleman feel all too familiar.


    Words just can't describe....

    What's with this mentality of protecting athletes at all costs?

    Or protecting boys?????

    Why are girls seen as expendable?
    If it is true and he did rape her, then congrats on the people over there for becoming kinsmen with the suadi arabians.

    But as Xfactor posted, there are cases, especially with teens, when it's a lie. Ofc, sometimes it is a lie, sometimes it isn't. In this case it could be or it couldn't be. Let justice run its course.

    Nodaway County Sheriff Darren White told the Huffington Post his department presented a "strong case" to prosecutors that then 17-year-old Matthew Barnett raped Coleman's daughter.

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    re: Small Town Turns On Girl Who Was Allegedly Raped By HS Football Player [#303, #380]

    Quote Originally Posted by SmokeAndMirrors View Post
    Nope. But they should be taken seriously. It is some kind of social sickness that this community doesn't even care to find out whether this girl was raped. All they care about is their boys in the football team.

    This isn't a question of what's wrong with the criminal justice system. It's a question of what's wrong with these supposed human beings.
    I looked at the first link, the case was investigated and charges were dropped (then a whole bunch of people in the comment section called for violence against people they've never met because they are, of course, more aware of all the facts than the people involved).

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    re: Small Town Turns On Girl Who Was Allegedly Raped By HS Football Player [#303, #380]

    Sadly not the first time this happens and it wont be the last time.
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    re: Small Town Turns On Girl Who Was Allegedly Raped By HS Football Player [#303, #380]

    If she was "14" then why was she hanging out with older highschoolers? Drinking? I think there is more to the story, there usually is.

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    re: Small Town Turns On Girl Who Was Allegedly Raped By HS Football Player [#303, #380]

    I can predict exactly how this thread will go. People will read one or more of articles that are clearly skewed, determine the boy to be guilty because now they know just as much or more than any jury would and call for some type of physical retribution on the kid who has, as yet, not been legally convicted of anything (but who the **** cares about all that legal crap?). If the thread goes on long enough, it will become about partisan politics.

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    re: Small Town Turns On Girl Who Was Allegedly Raped By HS Football Player [#303, #380]

    Quote Originally Posted by CRUE CAB View Post
    If she was "14" then why was she hanging out with older highschoolers? Drinking? I think there is more to the story, there usually is.
    Apparently she was a high school student hanging out with high school students doing what high school students do.

    Does that excuse the rape?
    Does that excuse the callous way the girls family was treated after the rape?
    Does that excuse anything?

    Sure, the girls made some bad choices. Most do.
    Doesn't mean the boys didn't make far worse choices and illegal choices at that.

    Why are the boys not being held accountable, but the girls seem to be?

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    re: Small Town Turns On Girl Who Was Allegedly Raped By HS Football Player [#303, #380]

    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    Apparently she was a high school student hanging out with high school students doing what high school students do.

    Does that excuse the rape?
    Does that excuse the callous way the girls family was treated after the rape?
    Does that excuse anything?

    Sure, the girls made some bad choices. Most do.
    Doesn't mean the boys didn't make far worse choices and illegal choices at that.

    Why are the boys not being held accountable, but the girls seem to be?
    How do you know for a fact that the boy is guilty? See, it's a little quirk in our law that the person making the accusations actually has to prove them. That may sound really awful and mean and unjust, but I don't think you'd like the system if it were the other way around.

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