Bristol Crown Court 26/06/2014.
When you consider the very lengthy sentences handed down to men for Rape, the very lenient sentence of only 3 and half years given to Rhiannon Brooker is wholly inadequate and I protest against it and ask that it be reviewed
There are several aggravating circumstances
• She used her special knowledge of the law, being a Law graduate
• Her victim spent 36 days in prison where he would have faced gross abuse and constantly have been in great
danger of being attacked.
• The multiple false accusations that she made
This case illustrates the anti-male sexual legislation of the last 30 years.
The argument goes that men should be named before trial in sexual cases because other victims might come forward. Well, doesn’t the same rule apply to women who falsely cry Rape ? They may have done the same before and therefore women accusers should be named to give any male previous victims of their false allegations, the chance to come forward.
Either neither sex should be named before conviction or else Both parties should be named before trial.
The Law is all anti-male and pro female. It is an outrageous and Discriminatory Bias