British woman arrested in Ayia Napa for making false rape claim against Israeli touri Watch

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Well this has certainly taken an interesting turn....

https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-49142550
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let's hope this evil cow is banged up for many years.

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We are too quick to believe women when they cry rape.
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Sometimes women that have drunken ( not plastered) consentual sex regret it the next day and convince themselves it was rape. But just as it was wrong to condemn the lads without an enquiry , let'swait and see what happens.
I assume she will keep her anonymity for the time being.
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let's hope this evil cow is banged up for many years.

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You assuming she's lying is as bad as people assuming accused men are guilty.
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You assuming she's lying is as bad as people assuming accused men are guilty.
I believe she has been found guilty via evidence, no? Not an assumption.
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I believe she has been found guilty via evidence, no? Not an assumption.
No, she's been arrested on suspicion of making a false allegation. She hasn't been found guilty of anything
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No, she's been arrested on suspicion of making a false allegation. She hasn't been found guilty of anything
Because DNA testing didn't find anything of the so called rapists right?

This means the guys get my preference for benefit of the doubt.
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THIS is exactly why we must have proof beyond reasonable doubt in order to convict!
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Because DNA testing didn't find anything of the so called rapists right?

This means the guys get my preference for benefit of the doubt.
For some of them, for others, there was DNA found but they say the sex was consensual.

She may very well be lying but at this point, we don't know, she deserves the presumption of innocence just as anyone accused of a crime does.
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you sound really stupid right now.
Thanks for such insightful and constructive feedback
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For some of them, for others, there was DNA found but they say the sex was consensual.

She may very well be lying but at this point, we don't know, she deserves the presumption of innocence just as anyone accused of a crime does.
So do the guys. What happens when the presumption of innocence between two parties conflict?

Someone is lying.
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So do the guys. What happens when the presumption of innocence between two parties conflict?

Someone is lying.
Yes, someone is lying. The appropriate viewpoint in circumstances like this is to say we don't know who is lying, by not accusing either party you're upholding the presumption of innocence.
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She's British
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she probably wanted to free palestine hahahaha
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For some of them, for others, there was DNA found but they say the sex was consensual.

She may very well be lying but at this point, we don't know, she deserves the presumption of innocence just as anyone accused of a crime does.
Nobody is assuming her original allegations were lies. According to reports she has confessed to police that she was lying and some of the accused men have photographic evidence they were elsewhere at the time of the alleged assaults. Charges against them have been dropped and she has appeared iin court herself.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/960468...british-court/
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Good for that b**** before she went out and started destroying other men's careers!
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Yes, someone is lying. The appropriate viewpoint in circumstances like this is to say we don't know who is lying, by not accusing either party you're upholding the presumption of innocence.
I in the court sure. My personal opinion is that she is the liar.
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You assuming she's lying is as bad as people assuming accused men are guilty.
i am not assuming anything. she is a lying cow.

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Nobody is assuming her original allegations were lies. According to reports she has confessed to police that she was lying and some of the accused men have photographic evidence they were elsewhere at the time of the alleged assaults. Charges against them have been dropped and she has appeared iin court herself.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/960468...british-court/
Fair enough, I got that wrong. I thought the story was that she had changed her story but not admitted to having lied.
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They think shes lying because her story didn't perfectly add up
Noi. They think she's lying because she told them she was lying.
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