Sweet Jesus, what is wrong with you??!
From the Anonymous link:
Two young girls have been raped in the town of Maryville, Missouri. Another high school football star, the grandson of a Missouri state official, has walked free. The people of Maryville turned their backs on these victims and one family has been forced to flee the town. Their house was later burned to the ground.
On January 8th, a 14-year-old girl named Daisy Coleman and her 13-year-old friend were both raped in Maryville. Evidence of this assault was captured on film. Daisy’s unconscious body was later dumped into her family’s yard, left alone for hours in freezing weather. One of Daisy’s attackers was initially in police custody, where he admitted to having sex with her while she was under the influence. He claimed it was consensual. The hospital states the young girl’s blood alcohol level was almost twice the legal limit and they discovered three tears inside of her body, 2-4 inches in length. When asked if a crime occurred, the Sheriff told the press, “Hell yes, it occurred… And did these boys need to be punished for it? Absolutely.”
It goes on to say that evidence was captured on film. Good God, what depraved evil person would not only commit raping a woman, but then take glee in it by filming it? what the hell is wrong with our society that men hate women so much?
I’m sure she was blamed for drinking…as I posted before, it doesn’t give him the right to rape her. If she is intoxicated and cannot give her consent with a clear mind, he should take her home. What is wrong with our society that it is okay to take advantage of the situation? Why is she blamed and not his violence?
Even more appalling are the girls that participate in the hate:
At a dance competition, Melinda Coleman says, a girl arrived wearing a homemade shirt: Matt 1, Daisy 0.”
No doubt Daisy was the target of a jealous girl who perhaps wanted to date Barnett. You can have him, lady.
Lastly, the comments section just left me sad—-especially about the ones on small towns. Um…Daisy and her family lived in a small town, too, and were products of that small town as well as the Neanderthals. I was raised in a small town. I was raised Republican. After going through my own metamorphosis, I realize some of what I was brought up to believe were not in keeping with my inner feelings and not in keeping with what Jesus taught. Yet, those comments lump all of us together as if we are all mean and hateful.
And it also ignores that these crimes happen in large towns, as well. It’s unfair and prejudiced thinking.