Student arrested for falsely reporting rape

Article here. Excerpt:

'A student at the University of North Georgia is behind bars after falsely reporting to police that she had been raped while running on a trail.

Rebekah Lim called 911 to report the crime just after 8:30 p.m. on May 24, saying she had been running along the Reservoir Trails in Dahlonega when she was sexually assaulted.

The trail was immediately searched and no evidence was found. Investigators continued to search for days without finding any evidence of the crime. After checking surveillance cameras and her personal cell phone logs, investigators determined that Lim wasn't even on the trail at the time she claimed the sexual assault took place.

A warrant was issued for her arrest and she was taken into custody on Monday at her apartment at the North Georgia Suites.'

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Dumb as a...

... f*cking post, this one. You need to be sure your story is at least *plausible*, then you need to manufacture some kind of *evidence* that is actually believably concocted. These girls think that the Real World operates on Feminist Campus Rules, but it does not. If you claim a crime took place, your claim has to be substantiated by reality. If reality conflicts with your claim, guess what? Unlike on college campuses these days, the paranoid fantasy world of some old horrid feminists imparted to impressionable unhinged teen-aged girls does not determine the course of criminal investigations, thank God. Reality wins, you are exposed as a liar and nutcase, and that is that.

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Girls are more mature than boys?

Girls are supposedly more mature than boys at a given age (something drilled into boy's heads repeatedly during childhood/adolescence which is humiliating and destructive to them). And then one hears stories like this. How is making up a false rape accusation mature behavior?

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