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Some are just ‘the Wrong Sort of Victims’

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Recently, I’ve been reflecting on the whole issue of ‘victimhood’ and one thing is clear – there are different types of victims. While there are some who attract widespread popular support, both from agents of the state and from the public at large – particularly those adults who claim to have been abused in childhood – there are others who are deemed merely worthy of being swatted away, like irritating flies or gnats. It seems to me that victims of false allegations are usually slotted into this latter category. Indeed, while our modern culture here in the UK pays much attention to someone claiming to have been sexually abused, little or no attention is given to an innocent person whose life might have been totally wrecked by a malicious, compensation-hungry liar.

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  1. Laura

    Well spoken and so very, very sadly true.

  2. totally against public registry

    As one of the comments said:
    “I’m so disheartened by the British legal system…it is beyond my ability to comprehend how the country that gave us Magna Carta now offers kangaroo court justice when it comes to sexual offenses. The system is so blatantly stacked in favor of the complainant and unfair, it is extraordinary that the government has not had a case brought against it for human rights violations.”

    That sounds so very familiar to our kangaroo courts. We called it ” circus” in our son’s case : (

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