Can we please disagree and provide context around the facts of the case without being sexist knuckle dragging neanderthals?
Personally, I find it unfortunate that Ashley Fox is using this case as an example of the domestic violence problems in this country (of which there are many) because once you dig into the facts of the case, it undermines a lot of her argument.
While victims need not be saints to be taken seriously or be afforded justice, there are enough red flags in the case to question the credibility of the accuser. Domestic violence should never be accepted but neither should potentially unfounded accusations be allowed to destroy the reputation of individuals.
This is another prime example of a person who thinks they're smarter than they are. Unfortunately, she has a big microphone that broadcasts to a lot of stupid people. I cant imagine the sheer size of this problem in the world. It would have to be one of the biggest. . . but rationalizing immature conflicts into being beatings is incredibly negligent of a society. Trying to ruin a man by overstating the scenario is a WILDLY malicious thing to do. When people with unjust agendas walk around stupid AND with big microphones, I worry.
Americans want to "take away the guns", when we need to be taking care of the crazy people first. Stupid people that think they know better and the crazy people they let walk around unchecked are destroying all of the liberties and freedom that make this country great.
Edited by Razeyfingers, 20 July 2014 - 12:56 PM.