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πŸŽ€ Michelle Diskin Bates πŸŽ€
No...BBC, these are NOT rape victims until someone is proved guilty of raping them! With the greatest respect they are claimants or accusers until then. Innocent until proven guilty...not half guilty, awaiting a trial! Could be my son or daughter.
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πŸŽ€ Michelle Diskin Bates πŸŽ€ 29 Apr 19
No, absolutely it doesn’t. But all avenues must be open to examination. Not everyone is honest Jin, and the whole justice system is affected by wrongful conviction. So sorry this happened to you. 😒
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Jenny 29 Apr 19
I thought they had stopped IPP in 2012.
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Katy Fryd Art 30 Apr 19
Replying to @Michelle_Diskin
Someone can be a rape victim without a culprit. They should get all the benefits of being a rape victim, counselling, support, love, belief. They just may not get justice, and the accused should be assumed innocent until proven guilty. Doesn't change how the victim is treated.
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Katy Fryd Art 30 Apr 19
Replying to @Michelle_Diskin
Doesn't or shouldn't.
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JaneTrigg 30 Apr 19
Replying to @Michelle_Diskin
Are you not a victim of theft until the thief is caught and convicted? Dead with a knife in your back but not a victim of murder until the murderer is convicted?
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Stephen Page 29 Apr 19
Exactly. BBC is acting in the manner of a lynch mob, if you consider it carefully.
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Tiffany T 30 Apr 19
I know news outlets in πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ were asked to start using victim/perpetrators before a case was investigated or been to trial. The request came from activist groups giving directives on how to avoid re traumatizing β€œvictims”. I remember last time that was asked
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