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#16 illegaloperation

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Posted 11 April 2013 - 04:13

Don't worry.

"God intended for that to happen" - Richard Mourdock


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Posted 11 April 2013 - 04:21

damn drugs are a powerful thing and hanging with the wrong group of me people doesnt help either. Today, teens want to act all grown up and sometimes the results arent always nice. I feel nothing for these kinds of people..Am I cold? Why yes.

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Posted 11 April 2013 - 04:34

Luckily the law doesnt take peoples "feelings" about the big bad men doing such horrible things to to a poor innocent girl into account.


You don't need to be condescending. You're entitled to your opinion on high school kids. I'm a lot more mature than I was in high school, and if I were to be judged now by how I was then I wouldn't make it anywhere in life. I understand your point of view in that she was likely a consenting teenager but just because the government in Canada deems 15 as eligible for consent doesn't mean I have to. She was too young to make that sort of idiotic decision and as such, in my mind, was not of consent; this would legally be true in many other Countries as well.

This is rape, abuse, and ultimately suicide. I'm not sure how your mindset is but gang-raping a 15 year old and then publicizing images of it on the internet constitutes as evil to me. If you have lower standards then so be it.

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Posted 11 April 2013 - 06:45

I wouldn't be surprised to find out in a few years that these guys become repeat offenders because nothing was done the first time.


It certainly sends the completely wrong message to offenders, doesn't it?


Today, teens want to act all grown up and sometimes the results arent always nice.


Teens have always wanted to act like adults. They usually copy older peers and family members they look up to. It was true when I was a teenager, the generation before me, the one before that and so on.

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Posted 11 April 2013 - 07:10

A screw up or not, no one deserves the treatment she ended up getting. :(

Someone should have been there to help her...

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Posted 11 April 2013 - 07:36

It actually takes a lot of will-power to commit a suicide. She was a strong girl as some people wouldn't last a month of such a shame (she lasted two years). But, unfortunately, in this case, the psychological pressure, all that online derived anxiety overpowered her. So suicide appeared to her as the only way to escape that.

It was the right decision to change the schools, but because she remained connected to all the people she had known before through text messages and facebook - the effect was minuscule.

She should have deactivated her facebook (or changed her ID there), changed her cell phone number - basically, cut all ties to her past and seek counselling.

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Posted 11 April 2013 - 07:50

according to various other sources the police looked into it as a rape charge but it was dropped due to the videos/pictures pointing to consent being given. of course people in your school are gonna consider you a disgusting person if you hang around with people of the drug culture, get the word f*** you tattooed on your hand and go to parties for group sex, this isnt even the beginning of it, one look at her twitter feed and you see her butt naked with weed on her back and various pictures of her drunk and high. obviously she was not some angel. her grades were leaked as well and it showed her failing them. people like her need to stop being portrayed by the media like some precious snowflake. No they acted like ****ty people and when reality hit that others didnt like them for it they get super upset for it like they should be treated special for acting like that. no thats not how society works.

edit: forgot link to twitter feed https://twitter.com/...nsxo/media/grid

one thing i'd like to add, the official investigation/charges/courts/interviews ect lasted a year and ended a year ago. they found nothing. Its a bit odd that now that the mom is suddenly bringing it out to public. i guess she didnt like the result the courts ended up with.


So firstly. from what I see smoking weed is pretty much standard and accepted among the youths in North America for some reason.

and after condemning her for smoking weed and hanging with otherwise regular kids who smoke weed, your claim is that she "deserved" to be raped ? I don't agree with her smoking, that doesn't mean I think she deserved being raped.

as for the pictures. you just said the whole thing happened pretty much two years ago. meaning all the pictures are from after that. and the naked picture, it doesn't even say it's a picture of herself. but even so people who get raped are for some mysterious reason very affected by this and can change and act out in very different ways after the fact.

As for the investigation, I don't know if she was raped. the mother probably is the one at this point who is closest to knowing the truth, but she can be affected in ways making her opinion hard to know. the boys "probably" know the truth, but if it was rape they're not going to say it. and therein lies the problem with rapes, If she was raped, it's nearly impossible to prove. so the fact that the case was eventually discarded after a year doesn't mean they didn't rape her, in fact the very fact it took that long point more towards the fact something bad could have happened.

but hey she was a "bad girl" so let's not care. even if she turned "bad" after the possible rape.

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Posted 11 April 2013 - 07:52

As for the investigation, I don't know if she was raped. the mother probably is the one at this point who is closest to knowing the truth, but she can be affected in ways making her opinion hard to know. the boys "probably" know the truth, but if it was rape they're not going to say it. and therein lies the problem with rapes, If she was raped, it's nearly impossible to prove. so the fact that the case was eventually discarded after a year doesn't mean they didn't rape her, in fact the very fact it took that long point more towards the fact something bad could have happened.


Exactly, from the prosecutors' point of view, it was a case of "he said" vs "she said".

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Posted 11 April 2013 - 08:25

Was she raped or did she say she was after pics and all came out?

This is something I often wonder.

I have met many a girl who has told me they were "raped", but I wonder if at the time of the sexual activity, they wanted it or at least were "okay" with it happening. Then, a few hours, days, weeks whatever later, they decide they didn't want it and then call it rape.
It's only rape if you didn't want it at the time... you can't change your mind later!

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Posted 11 April 2013 - 09:03

if you don't sleep with every other girl on one night stands, you don't have to worry about false rape accusations.

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Posted 11 April 2013 - 11:36

This is something I often wonder.

I have met many a girl who has told me they were "raped", but I wonder if at the time of the sexual activity, they wanted it or at least were "okay" with it happening. Then, a few hours, days, weeks whatever later, they decide they didn't want it and then call it rape.
It's only rape if you didn't want it at the time... you can't change your mind later!


That is why most civilized societies don't allow children to consent to sex.

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Posted 12 April 2013 - 02:00

A screw up or not, no one deserves the treatment she ended up getting. :(

Someone should have been there to help her...


I agree and it makes me wonder where her parents were this whole time.

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Posted 12 April 2013 - 13:15

I agree and it makes me wonder where her parents were this whole time.


Or the parents of the rapists? Or the school administration? Or law enforcement?

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Posted 12 April 2013 - 16:09

I thought there was not enough evidence to prosucute for sending the photo. These kids getting away with it!!

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Posted 12 April 2013 - 16:35

according to various other sources the police looked into it as a rape charge but it was dropped due to the videos/pictures pointing to consent being given. of course people in your school are gonna consider you a disgusting person if you hang around with people of the drug culture, get the word f*** you tattooed on your hand and go to parties for group sex, this isnt even the beginning of it, one look at her twitter feed and you see her butt naked with weed on her back and various pictures of her drunk and high. obviously she was not some angel. her grades were leaked as well and it showed her failing them. people like her need to stop being portrayed by the media like some precious snowflake. No they acted like ****ty people and when reality hit that others didnt like them for it they get super upset for it like they should be treated special for acting like that. no thats not how society works.

edit: forgot link to twitter feed https://twitter.com/...nsxo/media/grid


I'm pretty sure that isn't her naked butt, I mean she could have a hairy ass but it seems like a stretch