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Student Who Falsely Accused Two Football Players of Rape Gets Year in Prison

Student Who Falsely Accused Two Football Players of Rape Gets Year in Prison

“appeared to roll her eyes in court several times as she was sentenced”

https://youtu.be/uH1FuhDUpiE

A female student from Sacred Heart University in Connecticut was sentenced to a year in jail this week for falsely accusing two male students of rape. Nikki Yovino, it was revealed, made the accusation because she was worried her consensual experience with the two football players would hurt her relationship with another student.

ABC News 7 in New York reports:

Connecticut college student gets 1 year in prison for false rape accusation

A Long Island woman who falsely accused two Sacred Heart University football players of rape was sentenced in a Connecticut court Thursday.

Nikki Yovino, of South Setauket, pleaded guilty to making up the allegations and was sentenced to three years in prison. She will only serve one year, though, with the other two suspended as part of the plea agreement.

She said she made up the allegations in 2016 because she worried her consensual encounter with the two players would damage her relationship with another student.

Yovino had initially claimed she was raped by the two students in a bathroom during an off-campus party.

Detectives believed her at first and had witness statements that seemed to corroborate her story, and it appeared the investigation was leading to charging the two students.

The accused were saved by text messages:

But then another student came forward and shed light on apparently explicit text messages between Yovino and the two male students, and one of the men had even captured part of the incident on his cell phone.

According to NBC News in Connecticut, Yovino didn’t seem to take the sentencing proceedings very seriously:

Woman Sentenced to Jail for False Rape Accusation Rolls Eyes in Court

A woman appeared to roll her eyes in court several times as she was sentenced to one year in jail for making false rape allegations against two college football players.

Twenty-year-old Nikki Yovino, who police say had a sexual encounter with two players in Connecticut and later made false rape allegations so she wouldn’t lose a potential boyfriend, was sentenced Thursday in Bridgeport Superior Court.

She pleaded guilty in June to misdemeanor charges of falsely reporting an incident and interfering with police.

In the video report below, one of the accused men states that the experience has changed his life forever. He and the other young man, were forced to leave school following the accusation:

Given that this story doesn’t fit the narrative of campus “rape culture” activists, it will be interesting to see the reaction it provokes, if any.

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Jail is where this young woman belongs. Hopefully while she is incarcerated she will have time to think about what she did. Doubtful but one can hope that one of the “woke” can wake up to reality.

    DieJustAsHappy in reply to kenoshamarge. | August 25, 2018 at 10:23 am

    Imprisonment is hard enough. The eye-roll attitude suggests she may be in for even more difficult learnings!

      Every rolled eye should be another year of prison

        JusticeDelivered in reply to rdm. | August 25, 2018 at 5:29 pm

        Not to make light of her actions, but I am wondering if the men who falsely accused received scholarships because they showed great promise to be scholars, or just because they were a jock. I have seen quite a few cases of former jocks with degrees who were so dumb that they could not tie shoelaces.

        If some is actually college material, and their ticket is for sports, they actually graduate and are competent, that is fine. I do object to having dullards who cannot, and never will be competent, being handed degrees.

      JackRussellTerrierist in reply to DieJustAsHappy. | August 26, 2018 at 1:23 am

      Yep. Them there bull dykes runnin’ the hoosegows may find this ‘young thang” irresistible.

    JackRussellTerrierist in reply to kenoshamarge. | August 26, 2018 at 12:54 am

    This little lying twit should have been sentenced to had they been falsely convicted of rape.

    Crystal Mangum (Duke lacrosse) wasn’t even prosecuted for the outrageous claims she made and the pure hell she put those four young men through.

    But eventually the Gods of Justice prevailed. She’s serving fourteen years for murdering a guy, while her would-be victims in the lacrosse case are all enormously successful.

      JackRussellTerrierist in reply to JackRussellTerrierist. | August 26, 2018 at 12:55 am

      ….sentenced to the same amount of time…

      Crystal Mangum started it, but it was the rogue prosecutor Mike Nifong that pushed the case. K.C.Johnson chronicled the entire incident online and then wrote the book:”Until Proven Innocent”.

      This perpetrator, of a false rape accusation, should be require to register as a sexual predator when she gets out of prison.

caseoftheblues | August 25, 2018 at 10:21 am

Hope the two young men sue and that eye rolling gal spends the rest of her life paying them off.

We had a case here at the University of MN where two football players had a video of sex with a woman. She later claimed it was rape but the players were never charged by Prosecutors who saw the tape. I believe that what is happening in both these cases is that young women of the Feminist stripe are told they can explore their sexuality and when they pick out a couple of football players to act out a fantasy they later regret how it reflects on them and have to throw the foolish football players under the bus. I believe this is the toxic mix of Feminist trying to empower women to do whatever they want with their bodies and at the same time try and push a rape culture that neatly fits into the guilt women have with promiscuity.

    floridaman in reply to Conan. | August 25, 2018 at 11:56 am

    Who are you responding to? I don’t see any posts that even remotely suggest that rape is okay.

    Your TrOLLINING effort fell flat. TrY harder next time.

    Mac45 in reply to Conan. | August 25, 2018 at 12:12 pm

    What are you talking about? This has nothing to do with rape, at all. This was a consensual tryst between consenting adults after which the female participant decided that it was beneficial to HER future romantic interests to claim that it was forcible rape, thereby absolving HER of any responsibility for her participation.

    The problem with sexuality in the US is the schizophrenic nature of modern society. Since the Free Love era, in the late 1960s, certain segments of society have been pushing the idea that it is not only a woman’s right to copulate freely, but, in some doctrines, necessary that she do so to declare her own equal sexual rights. Modern media pushes this constantly, even today. But, a very large portion of society views promiscuity, especially female promiscuity [no matter how unfair that may be], being at least ill-advised if not wrong. And, there in lies the problem. Women are forced to choose whether they are comfortable being viewed as promiscuous sexual object, by much of society, or if they wish to appear as being a person of chaste conduct who reserves their sexual activities to people whom they love.

    Yes, forcible sexual contact does exist and it is not only morally repugnant but illegal. Those who commit such acts should be identified and should be charged, tried and convicted. But, women can not have it both ways, Just as the actresses, who had “close” working relationships with Harvey Weinstein for years or even decades, can not tun around years later and claim that they were forced or coerced into a sexual liaison with Harvey, to make themselves look good, neither can college coeds do the same in order to benefit their image. Especially, if their actions harm the other consensual partner.

      MarkSmith in reply to Mac45. | August 25, 2018 at 12:37 pm

      I agree with you about the free love stuff, but it was consensual and if not chosen wisely, can be a bad bet. These players bet wrong and may even be paying for it with their health too. Media does not show the down side of these things.

        JusticeDelivered in reply to MarkSmith. | August 25, 2018 at 1:18 pm

        I was never into the hippy stuff, I did not like anything which messed with my mind. The truth is that while we thought love, or should I say sex was free, it was not. Inevitably, babies are born and responsible people soon learn that sex is not free and that most things which look free usually have large price tags associated with them. Nothing is free, someone is paying for it.

    Milwaukee in reply to Conan. | August 25, 2018 at 12:15 pm

    Sarcasm is dishonest. Satire and irony are not synonyms of sarcasm.

    To have even thought, let alone put into writing and publish on the Internet, what you have written, indicates deep seated mental health issues. Anger for one. You need to seek professional help. Perhaps, if you have any friends with integrity, an intervention of some sort. Before you hurt anybody else, or yourself, and the good of society of large, get help.

    JackRussellTerrierist in reply to Conan. | August 26, 2018 at 12:58 am

    ….or they pick out someone they perceive as being from a well-off family so they can get a payday.

    Matt_SE in reply to Conan. | August 26, 2018 at 2:06 am

    Modern feminism (like socialism) doesn’t work. When the system inevitably starts failing, it has to resort to force to shore up the defects.

    What we’re witnessing is the sexual equivalent of Venezuela.

Being someone who rolls their eyes while being sentenced in a court of law probably isn’t a good life strategy.

4th armored div | August 25, 2018 at 12:06 pm

https://nypost.com/2018/08/23/woman-who-made-false-rape-claim-sentenced-to-prison/

read a statement from the second victim, who remained unidentified.

“The last almost two years have been definitely my most difficult of my life,” the statement read.

“The roller coaster of emotions; fear, anger, sadness, embarrassment, depression, anxiety and the list goes on. She accused me of what I believe to be a horrendous, horrific crime out of her own selfish concerns. I lost my scholarship, my dream of continuing to play football and now I am in debt $30,000 and I’m simply trying to get ahead as best as I can.”

    MarkSmith in reply to 4th armored div. | August 25, 2018 at 12:39 pm

    What an idiot. Cry me a river. Just show how stupid he really is for making the choices he did.

      Valerie in reply to MarkSmith. | August 25, 2018 at 2:04 pm

      This may come as a shock to you, but boys have feelings, too. I grant you that a threesome in the bathroom isn’t my idea of good sex either, but a false charge of rape serious.

        MarkSmith in reply to Valerie. | August 25, 2018 at 11:10 pm

        The only feelings “those boys” had was not with the right head. Sorry, they played with fire and got burned. A little self control goes a long way. What was wrong with them, couldn’t they have a normal relationship?

        Relationships even if just casual are something of value. They cheapened it and are paying a price for it.

        Yes, she is wrong for the false claim, but they took and chance and it was their choice.

          Where have you been for the last, oh say 40 years?

          Welcome to the culture war. We lost. 20 years ago.

          Now we’ve got Code Pink, and pussy hats, and #MeToo “victims” that obscure their OWN payoffs to the people that THEY assaulted or victimized all-the-while lecturing us on other social issues.

          The “free love” (free sex) movement of the past led to bad behavior by the men dominating the women (which was inarguably bad). A certain subset of psychologically unstable women decided to use that to advance their own interests by preying on those men who, without bad intentions and probably without being taught better, bought into the free sex movement and the teachings that Women were/are their equals, and capable of making free choices (aka that a woman getting drunk, and having an orgy in the bathroom is a free choice on her part).

          This is exactly the type of case I point to every time some idiot says “women should be believed when they make a claim of sexual assault.” [/end rant]

      maxmillion in reply to MarkSmith. | August 25, 2018 at 2:54 pm

      I agree. If they’d been at the library studying instead of having drunken group sex I’d have a lot more sympathy for him and his buddy. You reap what you sow.

        I almost never let a woman have sex the first time we got in bed. I always promised them to not have sex if they would snuggle naked. And that is what I did.

        About 3/4s of them would come back gagging for it (“is there something wrong with me?” is the thought running through their mind – my wife of 43 years told me that about 35 years ago). And the other 1/4? I got to sleep naked with them.

        At the point she returns there is never any question of “consensual”.

        I could see the disappointment in their eyes (most of them) when I didn’t have sex. They all thought getting naked meant having sex was a sure thing. I was way more disciplined than any man they had met before.

          JusticeDelivered in reply to MSimon. | August 25, 2018 at 7:10 pm

          I used a similar approach with those who had a really high opinion of themselves, as in badly stuck up. I was running a disco catering to people in the 20-30 year old range. We had a photographer taking pictures of people dancing, most of the pictures were young ladies. Those pictures went into ten 35mm projectors and were displayed for about 2 weeks. Since I had to be there anyway, I cut the photographer loose, and started taking pictures myself. Then I had a good excuse to talk to the ladies, and if I found them interesting, I would ask them out to diner when we closed. If they were stuck up, after a while I would tell them it had been nice talking with them, but they just were not my type. Almost always, they came back showing a great deal of interest, with no games.

      Milhouse in reply to MarkSmith. | August 26, 2018 at 9:01 am

      The choices he made were entirely legal, and, according to the current Supreme Court, protected by the tenth amendment. Whether they were right and proper is entirely a matter of opinion; you and I might find them distasteful, but his tastes are different, and what makes our tastes better than his? The only relevant point is that he had the right to make those choices free from the threat of violence or legal consequences, and that right was violated. Someone who unwisely flashes a wallet and subsequently gets mugged may have been foolish but is entirely in the right and deserves to be made whole. So do these two victims of crime.

        MarkSmith in reply to Milhouse. | August 26, 2018 at 4:41 pm

        LOL, my guess you never been to a party with football players.

        Yea, she got her punishment in accordance with the legal system. They got theirs for being stupid.

        Not sure if their can be a case against the school? If they were under 21 and drinking, that along could get them dumped from the football team. Obviously not holding up the standard of a Catholic School (but that is questionable).

    JackRussellTerrierist in reply to 4th armored div. | August 26, 2018 at 1:01 am

    They should sue the college and her.

DINORightMarie | August 25, 2018 at 12:06 pm

The one guy testified that this incident ruined his life. Well – what about his story?! What about both of those young men who were falsely accused – where is their LOUD BLAST of publicity that they are now fully exonerated, that the college reinstated them, that there are dozens of colleges clamoring to get them to attend because of what they suffered?

Nowhere. Because these parasitic false-accusers get all the news, all the (even negative) limelight, while these poor young men – who are true victims of this toxic female – are left with a stigma they can’t shake, simply because they were accused of rape.

Those two young men need to get a free education from that college that expelled them based on accusations alone; or, better yet, they need to sue that school to get what they lost, restitution – plus additional for damages to their lives and reputations, because they now have that on their records FOREVER. Their transcripts will forever show they were EXPELLED from a college – for rape. Where is justice for them?!

Men are really being targeted by these parasites. Time to do something to rectify that damage, to clear their names – LOUDLY, CLEARLY. Now.

    MarkSmith in reply to DINORightMarie. | August 25, 2018 at 12:56 pm

    Maybe they got dumped because of their choices? Catholic school does not want to promote two players who want to have group sex.

      JoAnne in reply to MarkSmith. | August 25, 2018 at 4:18 pm

      I kinda agree, Mark. They all made stupid choices. I think she made an illegal one and will have to pay the price but the boys were stupid. They all need to grow up, move on, and understand there is more to life than sex.

      Women are so dumb sometimes. We used to be the keepers of civility, now we’re in gutter with the rest of the trash. I despise you, Gloria!

    JackRussellTerrierist in reply to DINORightMarie. | August 26, 2018 at 1:07 am

    Does anybody know if any black or Hispanic male has ever been falsely accused in one of these college cases? If not, perhaps it’s because they’re perceived as being poor? Or maybe it’s perceived that there will never be a conviction because of “diversity”? Or is it because any opportunity to get whitey by the feminazi branch of SJWs does it just to jack up a white boy?

      Does anybody know if any black or Hispanic male has ever been falsely accused in one of these college cases?

      Yes, it happens all the time, including some of the most famous cases, and the fact that you have somehow formed the impression that the victims of these accusations are entirely or even disproportionately white says a lot about you and how you perceive the world.

    Milhouse in reply to DINORightMarie. | August 26, 2018 at 8:41 am

    The transcripts can be fixed, so at least that damage can be undone. The rest of it can’t be fixed so it must be compensated.

Sacred Heart has a football team?

From its home page: “Sacred Heart University is a private Roman Catholic university located in Fairfield, Connecticut, United States.”

It’s unclear if any of these young people are serious Catholics, but apparently, none involved in this promiscuous predilection took the Biblical admonition to flee sexual immorality very seriously. And at least one rolled her eyes at ‘don’t lie.’

One year in prison is a long time for being indiscreet, ashamed, and then lying about it. And notice how she initially sought refuge from her shame over the sexual encounter by running to the Catholic patriarchy for protection.

“In the video report below, one of the accused men states that the experience has changed his life forever. He and the other young man, were forced to leave school following the accusation…”

No sh*t. Here’s a pro tip, junior: Don’t stick your badaboom into crazy; keep it zip; and save it for an SO. Moreover, don’t believe the feminist lie that women are just like men when it comes to sex. They’re not. Don’t live as a feminist. Live as gentleman. That means you treat women with kindness and respect.

That’s a hard way to learn a lesson.

    I think it is a rather short sentence for falsely accusing someone of a vile crime and ruining their life. What do you mean “rather long sentence”?

      She was ashamed about her sexual escapades and lied about it with a false accusation of rape. That’s a serious crime, agreed, and in the greater scheme of things 1 year is not very long, but you’ve obviously never been incarcerated. One year is a long time looking out from a jail cell.

        Minimum sentence should start with what the falsely accused would have had to serve if found guilty.

          She should be forced to tag along with ‘mattress girl’ and the Duke la crosse slut.

          Unfortunately that is not how the law is written regarding the making of a false report to Police. I know of no jurisdiction which has their law written in such a way as to saddle the false-accuser with the sentence of the false accusation.

          Now, the question will be, how much of this sentence does she actually serve? Is there time multipliers? Is there “good time” credit? Is she put onto the prison work detail and earn extra days for her work for the jail? All of these are considerations.

        That’s a serious crime, agreed, and in the greater scheme of things 1 year is not very long, but you’ve obviously never been incarcerated. One year is a long time looking out from a jail cell.

        Yes and no. Some of it depends on where/how she is being incarcerated. Questions arise as to if the facility where she will be a guest has policies on “good time” credit, or “work detail / trustee” status. Are there any type of “time modifiers” or “time multipliers.” Has she already served some time, and if so, are any of those modifiers “back applicable” to her previous time served?

        As an example (I’m a criminal defense attorney): I once pled one of my clients to 270 days in jail for a controlled substance charge. Of that 270 days, he only served about 122. The jail had a rule where for every day you were in, you received an extra 50% of a day credit (for every 2 days in, you got 3 days credit). Additionally, if you were on the work detail, for every 8 hours you worked for the jail, you received an extra day’s credit (max of 40 hours per week).

        So, this guy, for every week of being incarcerated received 15.5 days credit (7 + 3.5 + 5).

        If there is a system in place, and if you know how to work the system, and the seemingly “long” sentences end up not being what they initially appear to be.

    encounter by running to the Catholic patriarchy for protection.

    That’s funny and warped. Not all the Catholic patriarchy is bad. I was having a discussion with one of my friends the other day and I ask him if he ever hear about a student and a teacher in high school having an inappropriate relationship. His answer was yes. The same goes for me at two different high schools I went to.

    If you think all the stuff about Catholics is bad, wait until someone figures out all the stuff that happened between teacher and students start coming out. There is something like 40,000 high schools in the US. Taking a look at that over 70 years and the Catholics will look like Saints…..ha.

    JusticeDelivered in reply to locomotivebreath1901. | August 25, 2018 at 12:52 pm

    Granted this is a long time ago, but when I first started dating I did treat women with respect. What I learned the hard way is that many younger women do not respect men who treat them with respect. If they were sure that someone was on the hoot, they would disrespect them, if they were played, left uncertain, they were much more interested. To this day, I do not understand why. But that was often the nature of young relationships.

    By mid twenties, that seemed to change somewhat. Women were thinking about desirable traits for mates at that point.

      You have learned the essence of Game. Women are attracted to men who “don’t want them” and men who will disrespect them in the right way (the disrespect should get her juices flowing).

      That never goes away. Their selection criteria just gets narrower.

      A man’s attitude should always be “You don’t want me? NEXT.” It makes him more valuable in her eyes.

      Another good attractant is to already have a girlfriend. That makes you pre-qualified.

      Yeah. Most guys don’t like hearing this. It kind of takes romance out of the equation. But it is how the vast majority of them really work.

      If you can keep her excited she will never get tired of you. Which is good for the children. Divorce is never good.

      Char Char Binks in reply to JusticeDelivered. | August 26, 2018 at 1:31 pm

      Respect is a one-way street.

    It’s unclear if any of these young people are serious Catholics

    At least the boys don’t appear to want to be priests.

Sorry, I don’t feel sorry for the players. Stupid game played with a dangerous women. Being brought up to be respectful to women would mean that you don’t have sex with a women you don’t care about.

As for men being targeted by these parasites…..ya, they are too stupid to realize what they are doing? Gee me a break.

They should be expelled from college for being too stupid to see what they were doing.

Old school, maybe I am. As for her getting 3 years. I think that is pretty tough. Definitely problems that that jail is not going to help. Sounds like she is pretty messed up. Any bets that their are funny Uncles in play here.

Yes, having sex with someone that you don’t have a relationship is called?….. Is there a risk to that?…… The boys took a risk and are paying for it.

Cry me a river.

It’s a sad story that never should have gone public. The boys made a bad decision and got bite by the snake.

    So if someone walks in the bad part of town and gets shot should the shooter not suffer heavy penalties because the shot was unwise?

      MarkSmith in reply to rdm. | August 25, 2018 at 12:52 pm

      Well, they knew they were going to the bad part of town and will have to pay the price for their choices.

        Better question (because it keeps it in the same criminal arena): If a woman knowingly and purposefully walks into the bad part of town where rapes are known to occur and is raped, did she “deserve” it for explicitly making the bad choice to expose herself to that risk?

      MarkS in reply to rdm. | August 25, 2018 at 1:22 pm

      I was told that after getting a Coke bottle broken over my head in Charleston, SC. The officer told me I wasn’t supposed to be in that part of town

        MajorWood in reply to MarkS. | August 25, 2018 at 1:34 pm

        If a black person is assaulted in a white part of town, it is racism. If a white person is assaulted in a black part of town, the white person was being stupid. True back then, still true today.

        JackRussellTerrierist in reply to MarkS. | August 26, 2018 at 1:15 am

        When one goes abroad for an adventure and lands in the planet of the apes, well, perhaps a different destination would have been a better choice.

        Arminius in reply to MarkS. | August 26, 2018 at 11:19 am

        Whoever wrote the Naval Safety Center’s report on Monday had a sense of humor as the report following week end liberty in Tijuana was Ahilarious.

        Not supposed to be in that part of town? Not supposed to be in that f***ing country! If you want to be robbed of your wallet and your shoes, Tijuana is the first place I’d head.

        This is a true story but the names have been changed to protect the guilty. A Seaman who had transferred on Friday too late to meet the skipper went to Tijauna as one of his first acts. He got back to Miramar in time to pass out at the bar in the E-club. So, despite what you may have heard about us Sailors the Tarbender calls shoe patrol. They rouse him, which wasn’t easy. His name was ironically synonymous with “Angel.” Soes I’m going to call him Seaman Angel. And he did look like an Vienna choir boy. Shore patrol demands to see his ID. It turns out he’s underage. But that’s not the fun part. It turns out when he was in Tijuana he bought a swichblade. Which he pulls on shore patrol as he’s fishing around in his back pocket for his ID.

        He spends the night in the brig.

        The next day he gets drunk and goes to the base phone center. This was back in the day before everyone had cell phones. The phone center was closed. So genius tore off the railing of the banister and tried to break in. When shore patrol arrived he swore on his heart that it was a “friend” who had done the damage. An friend who was no where in sight.

        This bad actor wasn’t Ben Affleck. He wasn’t even mine. He belonged to VF-2, the Bullets. My buddy was Squadron Duty Officer that weekend, and he took the call. When shore patrol called him and asked him what they should do to him, he said, “Bring him to me in chains!” You could do that back then. So they brought him to the duty officer shackled and manacled. He spent the rest of the weekend in the brig.

        On Monday he got to meet the skipper.

        So, when he got off restriction it was half way through a port visit in the Philippines (notice a pattern?). What does he do? He crosses the perfume river, gets snot slinging drunk, and steals a Jeepney.

        https://easternseastar21.files.wordpress.com/2013/05/jeepney-just-one-more.jpg

        Loaded with people. The Filipino constabulary are not amused. They chase him down and he crashes the Jeepney, fortunately without killing anyone. Then what does he do? He fights the Filipino constabulary. He picks up a broom stick and takes them on. The Filipino cops with their mad Eskrima skillz.

        Americans usually don’t make it more than six months in prison in the Phillipines. I think Seaman Angel is dead.

    Milwaukee in reply to MarkSmith. | August 25, 2018 at 12:35 pm

    “Sorry, I don’t feel sorry for the players. Stupid game played with a dangerous women. Being brought up to be respectful to women would mean that you don’t have sex with a women you don’t care about.”

    Edit suggestion:
    …don’t have sex with a woman you don’t care enough about to first marry and to whom you will make a lifetime commitment.

    If a person doesn’t want to go down a slippery slope, they shouldn’t go where it is slippery. No pun intended.

    The actual rule is never have sex with a woman who doesn’t want you. You should never want them. They will take advantage of that in terrible ways.

    I have only seen one relationship where the desire was mutual and the bond was intentional for both parties. My mom and dad. And dad would always report to mom the women hitting on him. I heard all that when I was quite young and they thought I wouldn’t understand. And I didn’t understand for decades.

    BTW I was taught to disrespect women by my first girlfriend. She told me that “respect” makes you look weak. And women are not attracted to weak. She was the only honest woman I have ever met.

      MarkSmith in reply to MSimon. | August 25, 2018 at 11:30 pm

      Oh well, I guess I am weak because I treated them with respect. In the end, I ended up with women friends that actually help me get dates with their friends. I have no regrets.

      I was not afraid to dance with them and their friends. They trusted me. I made choices when I could have easily crossed the line and I didn’t. If some of my friend had followed that rule they would not have been pissing purple in the community urinal or understand that crabs are not only found in the bay. Everyone deserves respect until they cross the line and that is questionable if they are messed up. Then it is morally right to not take advantage of such person.

    Edward in reply to MarkSmith. | August 26, 2018 at 9:58 am

    When I was a teen I had a view of personal relations very similar to yours. Many, but not all, of those my age held similar attitudes. But that was 60 years ago and the culture has changed quite a bit since then. It worked for my wife and I as we are well past a half century still married. Many others our age can claim the same – a goodly number if you add up multiple marriages. What works for some doesn’t mean it is best for all.

    Arminius in reply to MarkSmith. | August 26, 2018 at 10:47 am

    I once thought like you. Then I joined the Navy. I guess a couple of sentences of background would help. At the start of my career I was “stashed” so to speak in the travel section of the Navy and Marine Corps Intelligence Training Section in Virginian waiting for an opening. I wasn’t the only one stuck in limbo. Every once in a while a situation would come up and I would have to leave the room as the civilian ladies had to counsel some lost lad how he was being taken advantage of. Usually to the tune of several thousand dollars. I saw more than one broken young man leave the room in tears.

    You might think that the most obvious things are, well, obvious. Not to an 18 year old. Hopefully I spared some of my men the heartache they otherwise would have suffered if I weren’t their officer. I know that I owe a great deal of gratitude to my father, the sainted Senior Chief, who served in the Pacific in WWII and taught me a great deal of my life lessons. Over a thermos of vodka and grape fruit juice as we were ogling the Raiders cheerleaders (how I leaned to love naval binoculars).

    When the carrier pulled into Cubi Point we O’s had a betting pool as to which squadron would have the first man come back submitting a special request chit to get married. Yes, back in my early days junior enlisted had to ask permission to get married. Thanks to the sainted senior chief I usually won. I could normally spot the guy. I would counsel the guys in my own squadron, “You’re going to meet a girl across the perfume river and she’s going to do things to you and you’ll think it’s love but she just wants to go to America and have you buy a Honda and the she wants to meet a guy who outranks you and get a Mercedes. Just ask my friend the Petty Officer whose wife tried to cut his ****s off when she fell in love with a commander.”

    They never believed me.

    So, yeah, is the hook up culture stooooopid? Yes. But I don’t care if you are fresh off the farm or a hood rat try explaining that to horny teenager. Some are wiser beyond their years, others have to be hit with a 2 X 4 multiple times.

This case shows how very inconsistent our system is.

If she was in an Ivy League (or another super- liberal) school, the SJW’s would have made her a hero and she never would have been prosecuted. And the young men would have been ruined for life.

I don’t see this being a trend where more false accusers get punished.- unfortunately.

    MajorWood in reply to JOHN B. | August 25, 2018 at 1:30 pm

    But, if publicized, it might result in fewer false accusations being made in the first place. Consequences have a way of doing that, much like increased CHL has lead to reduced crime and homicides (except in Chicago). Remember when Bernie Goetz single-handedly halved the mugging rate in NYC? Suddenly NYC muggers had to consider the possibility of getting ventilated when seeking easy money

    Every story sends a message, good or bad. Look at how BLM has been much quieter since the recently released bodycam footage is showing “good shoots” rather than the Sharpton version of reality. OTOH, a failure to punish any of the antifa for their actions is sending the message that what they are doing is OK and will not have consequences. Behavior will continue until it is checked by negative consequences. And sometimes it gets checked really hard because a kinder, gentler, message wasn’t sent earlier.

    I am trying to teach my son the upside-downside method of analyzing choices. And part of that was a tutorial provided by the “hot-crazy matrix.” Just once I’d like to meet a 10 hot and 3 crazy, but we know that, like unicorns, they don’t exist.

      oldgoat36 in reply to MajorWood. | August 25, 2018 at 6:23 pm

      I don’t think it matters at all if quite a number of these MeToo type accusers are found to have lied. I’ve known a couple of cases where that is the case, one was fortunate because it was against someone who – 1. has such low testosterone and sexual drives that the actions described were very unlikely, 2. she had cities wrong and dates wrong where her accusations were said to have occurred, and 3. his position being such that he was with many people at the times the actions were said to have occurred. Yet even with that, it cost over 10 grand for legal fees, loss of salary due to suspension till the investigation was over, and the reputation will always have a level of taint despite being found to be a total fabrication.

      It doesn’t matter to the “movement”. This is something they see that can be used as a tool for revenge for slights, revenge for job opportunities that didn’t work as THEY wanted, or for political reasons. And in the above case, two other women jumped in when they heard the story, made up dates and places where their altercations occurred, and it is similar with far too many of these cases.

      This is looked at as empowerment. Power the ultimate rush while playing the victim.

      It will keep up and it will ensnare many in it’s web.

      randian in reply to MajorWood. | August 25, 2018 at 11:11 pm

      “much like increased CHL has lead to reduced crime and homicides (except in Chicago)”

      That probably would have reduced crime in Chicago if it weren’t deliberately very expensive and hard to get. While technically shall-issue, it takes 16 hours of training (significantly more hours/cost than other states) and $150. Plus the gun of course. That’s a lot of time and money for many Chicago residents.

      Even if it weren’t expensive and time consuming, the list of restrictions make the CHL mostly useless. Can’t carry in a public park or playground, on public transportation, in basically any government building, and anywhere a sign is posted prohibiting carry. Plus dozens more restrictions besides.

Eyeroll, huh.

One year will not be long enough to change your attitude, but it’s better than expected for today’s courts.

@milwaukee

Sounds like you were never a 19-year-old college student, or you were never age 19 at all.

A year behind bars will probably acquaint her with unconsensual sex

My FB comments when I linked this article…

On a roll today I guess…

Yeah – guess this would qualify as SLUT SHAMING.

Bangs two guys in the bathroom (slut), then accuses them of RAPE – so a potential boyfriend doesn’t think she’s a SLUT (fucking SLUT).

Meanwhile – the two accused got thrown out of school, lost scholarships – their lives permanently fucked up – and this bitch rolls her eyes in court during sentencing?

“The woman appeared to roll her eyes in court several times as she was sentenced to one year in jail for making false rape allegations against two college football players.”

Hope she violates her parole and goes back to do the rest of the THREE YEARS of he original sentence. Cute little thang like that, gonna learn the finer art-forms of cunnilingus while she’s locked up (if she didn’t know them already).

I’d have made it a foursome – she’s kinda cute (in a chubby sorta way – slut shaming AND fat shaming in ONE POST – TOXIC MAN that I am – in fact – that’s my NEW SUPER-HERO NAME: TOXIC MAN!).

    The “f” word is forbidden on the site.
    Signed, Grandma

    Arminius in reply to RSConsulting. | August 26, 2018 at 5:54 pm

    Tell us how you really feel.

    On this, and on this alone, I can go two ways.

    Ask nicely and I’ll bake it.

    Or if you want to demand a f***ing cake look for it elsewhere.

    I can either accommodate you or not. If you asked politely I would be inclined to indulge you. If You demanded I bake you your f***ing cake I’d be more inclined to put you on your @##.
    Yeah, I know. Some Christian I am. Did I mention I’m not Christ?

I just wanna know, is she still in a relationship with the guy she told this lie for?

Friendship with benefits and day after regrets. Just do what feels good. Or is it performing arts in menage a trois. How very exotic.

the 2 football players should sue for damages, garnish the future wages

Right punishment for deliberate and false accusation of a crime should be the same as that for the crime of which she accused them.

The year to come may not be consensual….

I’m glad they’re both going to sue her in civil court.

Toxic femininity.

Unknown3rdParty | August 26, 2018 at 9:00 am

Three years in jail, two suspended. What would the young men have received if they were guilty? Eight, ten years? Why isn’t she being sentenced for that? Her false accusation has already cost them, she should have to pay the same price. That should be the price for the false accusation of rape, assault or any other physical attack on another person: you receive the same sentence.

    MarkSmith in reply to Unknown3rdParty. | August 26, 2018 at 4:43 pm

    Well that is pretty easy, the law for rape is not the same for lying.

    Civil court will work it out like it has been for hundreds of years. IMO, the players should be men and take responsibility for their decisions. They screwed up.

Nice little tidbit here:

https://amp.portclintonnewsherald.com/amp/949001002?__twitter_impression=true

Port Clinton Police detective Corbin Carpenter said less than 20 percent of the cases the department investigates are are considered false reports.

I watched the Kobe Bryant trial and I thought he was guilty. It’s simple, you are playing with fire when you have sex with someone you don’t know and don’t care about it.

Its not against the law to stare at the sun either.

    randian in reply to MarkSmith. | August 26, 2018 at 5:41 pm

    “Port Clinton Police detective Corbin Carpenter said less than 20 percent of the cases the department investigates are are considered false reports”

    Nearly 1 in 5? So much for “rare”. I guess it’s ok to destroy somebody’s life so long as you don’t do it too often.

      MarkSmith in reply to randian. | August 26, 2018 at 6:19 pm

      It’s not ok. But on the same note, when you are in a small boat on the ocean and a big one comes by, right of way does not mean much.

      Be responsible for your se;f

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