35 Burst results for "Rape"

Alleged Rapist Danny Masterson Is Off the Hook

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:16 min | 2 d ago

Alleged Rapist Danny Masterson Is Off the Hook

"And in really disappointing and shitty news, the case against saint Ginger haired rape obsessed actor Danny Masterson ended in a mistrial, the jury said they were unable to reach a verdict on any of the three criminal counts that this jerk off stays, I mean, you just look at him and you know he's guilty. Just looking at him and you know the 6 man 6 woman panel told LA superior court judge Charlene almeida that we're stuck after thorough and considerable discussion. It's clear that we as jurors are adamant about maintaining our individual positions on each of these three counts. So the judge formally declared a mistrial, which is something I was nervous about because that's what the Church of Scientology really wanted since day one of this testimony back in late October. There was a retrial date of March 17th. Back to the penciled in, meanwhile, masters in history on $3.3 million bail, there'll be a hearing set for January 10th, but likely before that, the act is defense team plans to file to have all the charges tossed out. And that move is based on the inclination of the jury made public just yesterday. The jurors spoke the downtown LA clot room, and they said they were deeply divided on all these three counts. On count one, it was ten to two for not guilty. Count two saw 8 going for not guilty for for guilty. And count three was 7 for guilty. I'm so 7 for not guilty 5 for guilty. Now all the Jane does can look forward to is getting down to business with the civil suit that was put on pause. That's not really what they wanted the most. They wanted Danny Masterson to serve jail time and maybe understand what rape really feels like, but maybe just maybe he could be ruined financially in a civil suit. That would be considered a moral victory,

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Media Crushes Jerry Jones Over 1957 Photo

The Officer Tatum Show

02:23 min | 3 d ago

Media Crushes Jerry Jones Over 1957 Photo

"Ladies and gentlemen, welcome back to the occupation show. Hey, I want to jump back into the conversation I was having about LeBron James and I want you to get the chance to hear Stephen a smith's take on Cherry Jones. Being pictured in a picture of something 68 years ago. Wrote a clip of Stephen a Smith. On my podcast, no mercy. Because you got people that wanted to come at me in the wrong way. I stand by what I said. In regards to a 14 year old in a still photo. And that's what you want to use to jump on them. You just highlight it. There's plenty of other things to jump when Jerry Jones about. You ain't never hired black coach. You didn't stand up for Colin Kaepernick and his rights as an American citizen to do what he did. You didn't speak out initially. You were actually hiding when it came to social justice issues, Jerry Jones. Jerry Jones would tell you I told him that. Where you at? I'll give a damn what you say. Say something. You gotta speak up. You can't be quiet. But that's entirely different. They use in the still photo of a 14 year old standing in a crowd in 1957, pre civil rights, pre voting rights because clearly the climate of those times were what it was. Do we need to regurgitate what the hell was going on in the gym crow south? We all know that story. Lynchings murders, rapes mayhem all types of stuff. All types of insidious despicable things that was done and inflicted upon the black race. We understand what the hell was going on down there. So if you're Jerry Jones and you're standing in the crowd, I'm looking at how you're acting more than I'm looking at what the environment is. I would love to let him finish, but I just need to talk about what he said. He didn't stand up for Colin Kaepernick, but he panned dak Prescott a very handsome. I'm out of money. So it make this make sense. He don't care about black people, but his quarterback is probably one of the highest paid quarterbacks in the NFL. Oh, but he didn't stand up for Colin. 'cause Colin Kaepernick is an idiot. That's why he didn't stand up for Colin Kaepernick. But he's standing up for that Prescott.

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How is Harvey Weinstein's Los Angeles trial different from New York prosecution?

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 d ago

How is Harvey Weinstein's Los Angeles trial different from New York prosecution?

"The legal team for movie mogul Harvey Weinstein is presenting closing arguments in his rape and sexual assault trial in Los Angeles. I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest. Defense attorney Alan Jackson told a Los Angeles jury that fury from witnesses does not make fact and tears do not make truth. Weinstein is charged with raping and sexually assaulting two women and committing sexual battery against two others. Jackson says with two of the women, the encounters were consensual, and with the other two it never happened. Prosecutors said in their closing arguments, it's time for Weinstein's reign of terror to end

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Ex-prison warden faces trial over inmate abuse allegations

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 6 d ago

Ex-prison warden faces trial over inmate abuse allegations

"A former federal prison warden has gone on trial for allegations stemming from his treatment of female inmates in a facility known as the rape club. Rhaegar Sia retired from his job at the Dublin California correctional institution. After the FBI found nude photos of female inmates on his government issued phone. The 55 year old Garcia is among 5 staffers charged with molesting several women and forcing them to pose naked in their cells. One of the inmates testified they had intimate contact in a bathroom and said she felt like he cared about her. But then he became increasingly vulgar. Garcia's lawyer says there's no surveillance video showing these encounters, although one of the women alleges Garcia knew to avoid the cameras. I'm Jackie Quinn

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Pop star Kris Wu sentenced to 13 years for rape, other charges

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last week

Pop star Kris Wu sentenced to 13 years for rape, other charges

"Chinese Canadian pop star Chris whoo has been sentenced to 13 years in prison in China on charges including rape. Wu was given 11 years and 6 months for a 2020 rape. He was given a further one year in ten months for the crime of assembling a crowd to engage in sexual promiscuity. It occurred at a 2018 event in which he and others allegedly assaulted two women they had gotten drunk. The June trial of the 32 year old former member of the South Korean group exo was close to the public to protect the victim's privacy, whoo, grew up in Guangzhou in China and in Vancouver British Columbia. I'm Karen Chammas

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Tarantino Is Making Excuses for Not Standing up to Harvey Weinstein

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:56 min | Last week

Tarantino Is Making Excuses for Not Standing up to Harvey Weinstein

"I was there. Obviously you know, my ear was not only to the ground. It was below the ground. Both ears. I heard everything back then and Harvey was close to me. I talked to him several days a week. I never heard a rape story. Now, Quentin Tarantino was closer to Harvey. They worked together in tandem. I'm sure he heard something. Let's not forget the fact that Brad Pitt wanted Harvey Weinstein when Harvey made a play for Gwyneth Paltrow or some kind of shit in Brad Pitt, let him know. Even Ben Affleck, let him know, this shit doesn't wash with me. So the stories were out there and guys like Quentin Tarantino would have heard that more than me, but you know, look, I understand, look, you do this to me, you're not gonna get this movie. I never heard actresses talking like that. You know, Quentin said he heard, don't get in the back of a limo with this guy. Courtney Love said something to that effect on the red carpet one day. But it's funny. My girlfriend, the girlfriend, will tell me, no, no, I even heard that stuff, and I wasn't even there, but I heard it. And I'm like, I don't know what to tell you. I didn't hear it, and I was a gossip columnist. I'm not lying to you. I heard the hobby was a bully. I heard he got things done. I assumed he got laid like every other studio had got late since Louis V mayor. But, you know, bathrobe, raping, injecting drugs into his penis to get hard. No, I never heard any of that stuff. Or else, I would have done what Quentin Tarantino said he would have done. Like I did for Harvey when I found out he was banging some girl in England and, you know, cheating on his first wife. I would have said, hey, boss. Because there was no reason not to call him Boston. He wasn't, you know, condemned yet. I was a boss. I don't know what's going on, but here's what I hear. There's a story out there that you're raping chicks. I'm going to put it right in his lap. Not to threaten him that I was going to write the story, but I want to, like I said here, here's this bomb diffusing. It's out there. So, you know, I don't know, but I really think Quentin Tarantino because of his position and because Harvey took him under his wing, Quentin Tarantino can tell you all he wants that he never heard this stuff. I don't believe it. And some people will tell you when did Paltrow's father was a top director. And her mother, Blythe Danner, was a star. But the person who went to Weinstein about his behavior toward her was Brad Pitt. Who was a born fan at the time. So how can people not know about this guy doing that shit? So you know Quentin Tarantino was on the front lines. I think he's full of shit when he talks about this. He's making excuses for why he didn't stand up like a real man and confront Harvey.

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Danny Masterson's Fate Will Only Be Known After Thanksgiving

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:05 min | Last week

Danny Masterson's Fate Will Only Be Known After Thanksgiving

"I'm very perturbed by this. Danny Masterson. We're not going to discover his fate on those three counts of forcible rape until after Thanksgiving, probably Monday or Tuesday, there was three days of deliberations by the jury, and the town of the deadlock, the deadlock on all three counts. They can't reach unanimous decision and deciding that three days isn't enough to declare a mistrial. The LA superior court judge has sent everybody home for Thanksgiving, the defense team is protesting, and they gave the panel instructions to return on November 28th to start their deliberations again. This is not good if we want this guy locked up. I mean, on some level, it's good because they really want to get to know what they're looking at, but on some level it's been. You know, you always want to slam dunk. Jury came back in two hours. That didn't happen here. But sometimes it feels like we're always waiting for an explosive trial and then nothing happens.

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UN committee takes step to treaty on crimes against humanity

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 weeks ago

UN committee takes step to treaty on crimes against humanity

"A key UN committee has taken a first step towards agreeing on a treaty that recognizes crimes against humanity committed at any time not just during conflicts The committee that deals with legal issues has approved a resolution to hold sessions in the next two years where groundwork would be laid to push through the treaty in September 2024 while there are treaties on genocide and torture amongst others there is no treaty specifically devoted to crimes against humanity according to the group Human Rights Watch crimes against humanity have been defined by the International Criminal Court as crimes such as rape and torture committed against the civilian population based on a government or organizational policy I'm Karen Chammas

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 Jury says it's deadlocked in Danny Masterson rape trial

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 weeks ago

Jury says it's deadlocked in Danny Masterson rape trial

"A key point has been reached in the rape and sexual assault trial of Harvey Weinstein prosecutors in Los Angeles have rested their case in the trial of Harvey Weinstein after presenting evidence they believe will convince a jury that he raped two women and sexually assaulted two others Deputy district attorney Paul Thompson announced the move in court after nearly four weeks of testimony from 44 witnesses four of them were women who told the panel Weinstein befriended them showed interest in their careers offered a meeting in private then sexually assaulted them for other women testified their allegations of rape or assault were not charged but were put on by prosecutors to show what they say is

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Is Jenifer Seibel Newsom Really Any Different Form Harvey Weinstien?

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:42 min | 2 weeks ago

Is Jenifer Seibel Newsom Really Any Different Form Harvey Weinstien?

"Misses Newsom struggles to balance her need for access to power and the price it carries. That's it. Period end of story. Not once did I hear her say to testimony that she said, stop? I never heard you say she attempted to get away. No, because she was still thinking about what she could get out of Harvey Weinstein if he stopped and if she let him rape her and maybe if she made pleasurable noises, he's a pig for sure. But sell us some of these women. You know, it seems that Newsom's wife had sex to get a project done and make money and her project failed and now she sees another way to make money. In my mind, she's no different than Weinstein, just not as smart. And her husband's no different. By the way, as a woman, never would I ever associate with my rapist never. I understand if an incest victim does it or children do it because they can't leave home, but a grown-up, no. Anyone doing that is so suspect. I don't want to blame any rape victims because saying no should be enough. But I can't help but wonder why they all allowed themselves into these dangerous situations. They knew it was reputation for this sort of behavior. I would never go to someone's hotel room or a house along without knowing them or having someone with me. Married women, you got to be even more cautious and never allow yourself to be alone with another man, aside from your family. If you don't put yourself in potentially dangerous or compromising situations, you don't have to worry about what might happen. So is it worth the traumatic experience for an acting gig? That never came? She must have known. Otherwise, why would she have contacted him in 2007 when her then boyfriend, his scandal broke that he had a drunken in office affair with the wife of his best friend and campaign manager. That was ten years before the news stories broke about Weinstein and me too. She must have known that Weinstein had been putting out fires in the press for years about his sexual misconduct, but here's some irony. You want irony? She's crying about being a crime victim. Yet her husband is handing out, get out of jail free cards to everybody in California. I guess it's only an actual prime if the governor or his wife says it is. Then if the hearing a lot of testimony against Harvey the last three years methinks heart rate allegations are highly suspect.

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Jenifer Seibel Newsom Describes Harvey Weinstein's Penis in Detail

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:08 min | 2 weeks ago

Jenifer Seibel Newsom Describes Harvey Weinstein's Penis in Detail

"Jennifer said, well, newsweek says, I was standing. I'm resisting. It's a horror. I'm trembling. It's the worst nightmare. This blow up doll that he's trying to masturbate off of. I heard a lot of girls said that Harvey just wanted to touch their body and masturbate. I guess when he couldn't get erect, that's what he could do. I don't know. It's just so sad and gross. So the DA asked her to describe his physique as if nobody in the courtroom could tell. And she said, lots of bruises, markings, yellow, and green. Lots of stretch marks on his belly. Very not physically fit at all. You don't need, you don't need 6 words to say out of shape, honey, but whatever. Lots uncircumcised and strange, though, kind of fish like the penis, something was distorted in the testicles too. Lots of skin, lots of skin down there. I'm sorry, but he's still going steady? I wasn't attempted to rape. She has an awful lot about his dick. I don't think my girlfriend knows that much about my dick for God's sake. Green and yellow. What's going on down there?

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The California Governor's Wife, Jennifer Siebel Newsom, Testified About How Harvey Weinstein Allegedly Raped Her

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 weeks ago

The California Governor's Wife, Jennifer Siebel Newsom, Testified About How Harvey Weinstein Allegedly Raped Her

"Another day of cross examination for one of Harvey Weinstein's most prominent accusers Embellishment or clarification it was the focus of a series of questions put to Jennifer siebel Newsom on her second day of cross examination The issue differences between statements that the wife of California's governor made in court against Harvey Weinstein and the accounts given to police and prosecutors about the 2005 encounter that led to rape charges against the Hollywood mogul siebel Newsom holding to her story saying the details she sharing under oath now are more detailed

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Jennifer Siebel Newsom takes stand at Harvey Weinstein trial

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Jennifer Siebel Newsom takes stand at Harvey Weinstein trial

"The wife of California's governor is testified in the rape trial of Harvey Weinstein It didn't take long for Jennifer siebel newsen to burst into tears on the stand as she became the fourth person to testify against the disgraced movie mogul her account similar to those given by other women that she met Weinstein at an industry event he was charming showed interest in her career then asked her to his hotel suite She says when he emerged with nothing on but a robe and began groping her while he fondled himself she was horrified It felt like she was just a blow up doll noting her emotion on the stand on cross examination wants to attorney suggested sevo Newsom had nearly two decades to work on her account A Moscow's Gabrielle

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John Zmirak and Eric Discuss the Travesties Inflected by Democrats

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:10 min | 3 weeks ago

John Zmirak and Eric Discuss the Travesties Inflected by Democrats

"About the translators in Afghanistan who helped Americans fight our stupid war over there? And when Biden abandoned them, they're being shot. They're being starved to death. Their wives are being raped and sold as sex slaves for the Taliban. What about the old people, the military veterans and great grandparents? Who died of COVID in nursing homes because Democrats dump COVID patients there on purpose to spike the death statistics so they could do states of emergency and mail in balloting and steal the election. Yes. Yes, the Democrats did it on purpose. They did it in state after state. No Republican state did this. Compared the death toll of old people in Florida full of old people with New York. It was much higher in New York because in New York, the governor was trying to kill old people. And that's one thing Andrew Cuomo could succeed at. He might not have been able to get his interns to go to bed with him, but he could kill helpless old people. Well, John, I want to say, I just want to clarify again. Folks, this is true. When my wife Suzanne was sharing some of this stuff with me, it was very hard for me to believe it. I just thought, come on. Look, I don't like the cuomos, and I don't like democratic politicians, but to send people to their deaths, I don't believe they would do that. So it took me some time. Faith believe, believe my friend, believe. What would I mean? It did take me time to process this. And if you don't care about this, if you think, well, we'll just we'll let it go. That's not okay, folks. What was done to people all around this country, we have to have a reckoning. It's the right thing to do. And I also want to say what you said yesterday, John. This was done deliberately to make the death rates go up because there were many things that happened if the death rates went up. So all kinds of people that didn't really die of COVID were marked down as dying of COVID.

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John Zmirak: As Flies to Wanton Boys, Are We to the Left

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:57 min | 3 weeks ago

John Zmirak: As Flies to Wanton Boys, Are We to the Left

"A lot of pieces that stream dot org. And talk about the one where you quote Shakespeare, if you don't mind. It's called as flies to wanton boys. Are we to the left? They kill us for their sport. That is a paraphrase from king Lear, the actual line is as flies to wanton boys. Are we to the gods? They kill us for their sport. If the character of Gloucester, he's a loyal courtier, he's blinded and thrown the wilderness to starve to death by the villains of the play goneril and Cornwall. He's speaking about the gods, again, it's a pagan world in king year, are elites are pagans, and they think of themselves as gods. And they treat us the way the Greek and Roman gods treated ordinary people. They descend from Olympus, they rape, they kill, they rob, they tyrannize, and they go back to Olympus, and they expect not to face any consequences. And I don't care if they go to church and screen Jesus the way rainfield Warnock does or Joe Biden or Nancy Pelosi do. These people are pagans who think of themselves as gods. They need to be set apart from the rest of us with blue checks on Twitter with the freedom to riot mostly peacefully and burn down cities when they want and face no legal consequences to nullify elections, the tariff, the social contract, spit on our constitution, do fake impeachments of presidents, commit perjury, lie on television, face absolutely no consequences. They opted the left is occupied the U.S. capitol. They never went to prison for two years without trial. They were never put in solitary confinement. The people who took over the Wisconsin state capitol when Scott walker was governor, the number of leftists who were punished for their terrorist crimes is zero.

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UK court: Arrested man is US fugitive wanted on rape claim

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 3 weeks ago

UK court: Arrested man is US fugitive wanted on rape claim

"A judge in Scotland says a man who spent almost a year fighting extradition to the U.S. is Nicholas Rossi a fugitive alleged to have faked his own death to escape rape allegations The suspect was arrested in December 2021 at a Glasgow hospital where he was being treated for COVID-19 He denies being Rossi and says he's an Irish orphan named Arthur knight after seeing evidence including fingerprints and tattoos a judge is told Edinburgh sheriff court he was satisfied that mister knight is indeed Nicholas Rossi U.S. authorities say Rossi had been charged in connection with the 2008 rape in Utah a full extradition hearing is likely to be held next year Charles De Ledesma London

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Mark Morgan Describes the Human Tragedy of an Open Border

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:25 min | 3 weeks ago

Mark Morgan Describes the Human Tragedy of an Open Border

"Talk to us about what you've seen just briefly of the human tragedy, especially children and young girls, if you have an open border. This isn't just a one off. This is part of the system. Yeah. This is another reason why I say secretary is the most dangerous man in this country, because it's not just about Americans that are dying every single day because he's the chief architect of these open border policies. But here's something you will never hear from them. Remember what he says that he's developed a safe and orderly and humane illegal immigration process. First of all, it's an oxymoron and second of all, it's a lie. First of all, in the first 20 months under this administration, there have been over 1300 dead migrants that have been found by this administration, shattering any record of all time. And that's just CBP. That doesn't include the dead migrants that local law enforcement is found. It does include the dead migrants in Mexico along the Darien gap on the journey. That number could be in the thousands. You'll never hear from that. That is an include that up to 30% of young women and children are sexually assaulted and raped on the journeys up here. I've talked to border trial agents who said they interviewed a girls as long as 12 years old that were in multiple times in the journey. Our sheriff lamb that I know you know, talk to how their deputies found a backpack full of pills and they asked a 14 year old girl what that is. Morning after pills, my mom gave them to me because they knew I was going to be raped and you'll never hear from this administration. The number of illegal aliens that once you get the United States, they also are forced into a life of trafficking. That is exponentially expanded as well. None of this you'll hear from this administration.

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John Zmirak: America Is Patty Hearst

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:30 min | 3 weeks ago

John Zmirak: America Is Patty Hearst

"Talk about the piece that you wrote behind you. People who watch this on video can see behind you the image of a young Patty Hearst, symbiote, the symbionese Liberation Army in the 70s when we were kids kidnapped her. She was of extremely wealthy heiress. And people who are younger wouldn't know this, but something happened. Her captors sort of brainwashed her into thinking the way they were thinking. So that she sided with the people who tortured and raped and kidnapped her. And it's called Stockholm syndrome. And you've written a piece that's streamed dot org that deals with that. So go ahead and tell us about that piece. Yeah, Patti Hearst was grabbed by a bunch of San Francisco radicals of the kind that formed Kamala Harris, Willie Brown was the political mentor of Kamala Harris. He was also the political mentor of Harvey Milk, the gay activist and the reverend Jim Jones, the left wing cult leader who started that compound in Guyana and got everyone to take cyanide and drink in the Kool-Aid. This ferment, this world of crazed radicalism is what gave birth to the woke movement, which currently dominates the entire Democratic Party and is being posed on the United States.

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"rape" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"rape" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"We went from a country where people would willingly put a plane into the ground to save their fellow countrymen and die. To one where people take out their phones and film a rape occurring on a train. And then a USA Today piece comes out and defends the co-conspirators. They're going to have to live for that with that the rest of their life. They could have done something. All it would have taken. And I don't want to hear, oh, well, the woman the woman is not as strong. I don't care. Do something about it. Run at them. Other people would have helped you. All it takes is one and then other people happen. I actually have never told the story publicly. And I'm not saying this is something to as a, you know, I'm a better person than you are, but I'll never forget it. I was Thanksgiving Day in 2000 was this. 2015, 2014, 15. I went up, I was up early hunting pheasants with my really good friend, and it was snowing and it was oh, my goodness. It was cold. It was in Chicago. I was at my parents house for Thanksgiving. And I was a big runner back then, and then I hurt my back and thanks to relief factor we're doing a lot better. So we were going I was going for a run. And Thanksgiving Day and on Thanksgiving, I always run with my dog, Winston. He was a great dog. And so we were going on a run and kind of behind my parents home, not too far from my parents House is a Lake. And I was running with my dog and I had music and it must have been like 4°. I was a crazy person back then. And all of a sudden heard screaming and yelling to my left and there's kind of this hill and there's a Lake and this woman is screaming in Polish and the stroller is going down the hill of a baby in the stroller and goes onto the Lake. Now the Lake is frozen, right? So the stroller is on its side on the Lake. The woman in polish is screaming at the top of the hill, and Winston and I stop and we see what's happening there. And we run over and what's amazing is everyone is staring doing nothing. Nothing. They are staring at a baby on the Lake as the ice is cracking. And the stroller is starting to go under. The stroller is slowly starting to go under. And so I went into the water. And I just went into the Lake and pulled the baby out, put the baby above my head. Thankfully I was tall, so the water kind of went up to my chest. My very loyal dog Winston was right at the edge of the water kind of trying to help everywhere he could. And honestly, having a dog there, his instincts were so good. It was like he led me there. And those of you that have great dogs, you know exactly what I mean, had the baby above my head gave it back to the mom. The mom never even thought to go into the water, and the other 15 people that were just kind of around because it was Thanksgiving, it was a lot happening in the parking lot, did nothing. Now I'm not saying I deserve a medal or an award or anything. But afterwards, the police came, they had to put one of those blankets out of the police and fire came that put one of those blankets on me. It's 4° when you go in the water, you can get pneumonia really quick, and the firefighters like 20 minutes later said, yeah, you probably saved that kid's life. No one was gonna do anything. The bystander effect is real everybody. And by the grace of God and I'm not taking credit for any of it, I just happen to be motivated to do something in that moment. It was, and the woman speaking a language and understand, thank you so much, you saved my child's life the whole thing. So if there's one takeaway from this story that we're talking about with the rape in Philadelphia, I hope somebody listening to my voice right now is gonna see an injustice happen in tomorrow, the next couple weeks or next couple months. Be courageous and bold and do something about it. It doesn't mean you have to always just intervene when meeting like the situation is like, oh, you have to intervene with someone doing something wrong. No, sometimes it's someone's in a situation. Everyone's just kind of watching. They're the bystander. They're not actually doing anything meaningful to help their fellow citizens. So we've now gone from a country that used to be bold and courageous and brave. And by the way, I just want to say this. If this rape would have happened in Fargo North Dakota, that guy would have been shot within like 20 seconds. He might say, well, Charlie, that's aggressive. You ever been up to North Dakota, they're great folks out there if you're listening on the flag radio network. That dog does not hunt up there. Those are great people. They're armed, and they take responsibility in their own hands and make no mistake James Madison warned us about inner cities. This is no, no such coincidence. That's what I'm looking for. 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"rape" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"rape" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Coffee today, you will not be disappointed. USA Today article, okay. Wow. The rape on the Philadelphia train was horrific, but experts say we're missing something in our outrage. So I read this article during the break by this woman, Aaliyah, dastard. It's one of the most disgusting articles I've read in memory. I don't say that lightly. She writes in the article and they have this expert from the University of Michigan, which is a becoming an absolute cesspool of Marxism. She says, most rapes aren't committed by strangers, but by someone the victim knows, a man publicly assaulting a woman on a train, frightens and perplexes us. But experts say it's no less disturbing than a culture of complicity that normalizes sexual violence. This is nothing to do with that. This is about do you see something evil and do you allow it to happen? Normalizes sexual violence. She writes, this person, Nicole badera, from University of Michigan. It's really easy to scrutinize bystanders in this really well publicized case. What's harder is to look at our own behavior. One of the things that we should all consider by asking ourselves right now is how have I enabled sexual violence? Experts say this what they write in USA Today experts say that for most people, intervening won't look like ripping off a stranger of a victim in a public setting. The rather challenging a culture that repeatedly minimizes and excuses sexual violence, intervening includes everything from shutting down a sexist joke oh you hear that? A sexist joke like Dave Chappelle, which we're gonna get into is the equivalent of raping a woman for 40 minutes on a train. Insisting a friend not stayed a party alone and to believing a person who tells you something you admire committed harm. The article continues, people are outraged, prompted questions about why society is so tolerant of gendered violence and we become so inured to people suffering. The article continues by saying, so you have to be an engaged bystander. So here's what you do when you see a rape happen on a train. You should distract creative distraction, deescalate the situation. This could look like dropping a coffee or singing loudly. Delegate, find someone else to help which can include those in close proximity. Bystanders may be fearful and comfortable, and then have to act alone. Oh, this is what they say in USA. Document it. They're praising the people that take out their phones and film the rape. Delay. Check in on the person who experienced harassment and ask them what they need. Oh, ask the person being raped. Hey, what do you need right now? Direct, set a boundary with the person doing the harassing, and then turn your attention to a person being harassed. Listen, this is what you do. You put their head into cement is what you do. It's that simple. Distract, drop a piece of coffee and sing the sound of music, delegate, find someone else to help. Document it. Go take a selfie with the rapist, delay, check in on the person being raped, direct, set a boundary. It's very simple. You use gravity to your advantage, and it's this simple, either you're going to the hospital or I'm going to the hospital. This ends right now. Your head's going through the window, and I'm taking you to the ground. It's that simple. We used to solve things like that in our country. I'm telling you, America was a freer and better place when strong men started to take things in their own hands when there was an injustice happening in front of them. Oh, no, according to USA Today, we must we must deescalate the situation. We drop a coffee or sing loudly. Now, I don't know if I could take this criminal alien. I don't care. I would rather die than watch a rape happen. I mean that. I wouldn't be able to live with myself. I would rather be suffocated by him and have other people watch my suffocation. Then sit idly by and let this happen and do nothing. Instead, we have the feminine mayors dancing sanctuary city. Make no mistake as testosterone levels go down as we start to turn men into women, as all of a sudden we watch idly by you get articles like this from USA Today. When you witness an assault like this, it could be hard to know what to do. Hard to know what to do. How about this? Do something about it. Use physical confrontation and take him to the ground. Oh no, they say this. This woman cofounder of the executive director of hollaback, when no one else is intervening, typically something as small as wow wow wow, what's going on here can inspire other bystanders to band together and take action. Other bystanders to take action? All it would take is for everyone to go after there. Now, I'm gonna prove to you how far our country has fallen. The heroes on flight 93 in Philadelphia from Pennsylvania. And the criminals, and by the way, make no mistake every person who watched this rape is a co-conspirator. Every single one. They were just as involved, not just as involved as the rapist, but there are co-conspirators. Every person on that train has to live for the rest of their life, knowing that they are a co-conspirator in rape. That's how big of a deal it is. We went from a country a flight 93 where passengers were willing to put a plane into the ground and say, let's roll into the cockpit and give up their lives to a country now on a train where people take out their phones and film a rape. That was a courageous country. I don't know what this is. Are you holding on a box of old home movies.

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"rape" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"rape" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"It is Orwell. The only way you can stop a rapist on a train when he's raping a woman for 40 minutes is with violence. But we've decided to have a war on men in our country. So people take out their phones instead. They take selfies while the rape is happening. How do we get here? Or remember when the mayor of Philadelphia declared Philadelphia a sanctuary city? And then he posted a video to Twitter, where he came out, like a child on Christmas morning, and said we are a sanctuary city. And he danced around, and high fived. His staffer. Mayor of Philadelphia, remember this? Yes. That's Jim Kenney. Mayor Philadelphia dancing that they are a sanctuary city. For rapists that can go on trains and rape people for 40 minutes. Of course, he will not be held accountable. He'll be reelected. The people of Philadelphia will keep on supporting this kind of horror. And here's the sad part. Urban violence is going through the roof. And it is the same communities. They say they're trying to help. You know, the ones that are the black and brown communities of color that we want to try to assist. You go out to Harvard, or you go out to west Philadelphia, they're going to be fine. You go out to the suburbs to Bryn mawr. They'll be unaffected by this. Would you do something? That's the question. Would you do something if you saw a crime occurring in front of you? Not every and hopefully the answer is, yes, I'm not accusing you of the answer is no. The world is a scary and evil and dangerous place. We know this. Defunding the police has real ramifications. The tragedy of sanctuary cities is to end these policies, go to show that citizens are not prepared to live in a virtuous or moral society. And it's the very people that they say they're trying to protect and help women that actually fall victim to this. This is societal, disintegration, everybody. And it takes courage. The other side in some kind of woke Christians they say, well, we must be tolerant. Excuse me, I'm not gonna be tolerant of rapists on trains who rape women for 40 minutes. If I saw that happened, someone would go to jail. All it takes for evil to prospers for good men to do nothing. Well, what happens when you have no more good men? Good men are hard to find because we've decided to destroy them toxic masculinity were told is the biggest threat when you wage a war on toxic masculinity. You create a society where women are going to get raped on trains in Philadelphia for 40 minutes and not a single man could stand up and do something about it. It's only going to get worse, everybody. Until we start to balance what western society has always been between the masculine and the feminine to have courageous people that are willing to contest against evil to protect the innocent. And not take out phones and put it on TikTok..

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"rape" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"rape" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"And many of you have heard it, but it's time to talk about it even on a deeper level. A woman is raped and onlookers recorded the story beyond the outrage. Honestly, there hasn't been that much outrage from the mainstream press on this. They're just going to move on from it. They're not even telling the truth of the story. In Philadelphia, an illegal alien who had a criminal record that should have been deported, we'll get to that part of the story in a second. It was on a train, harassed a woman and raped her for 40 minutes. And no one did anything. In fact, people took out their cell phones and filmed it. No one intervened, and they just watched idly by. Now, some people are stunned and shocked at this. Don't get me wrong. I'm disgusted that I'm not shocked or stunned at all. America has a complete and total cultural disintegration. We've been warning about this. We have a cowardice problem in our country the likes of which I've never seen before. And this doesn't shock me at all, especially in Philadelphia, which has become just like many other urban centers are largely degenerate city, and this is an example of that. And I don't want to hear from people like, oh, yeah, I would have done something. That's not the point. The point is your fellow citizens did nothing. Let's frame this issue play cut 66, fellow news report of a rape on a train where people just stood and watched, they just did nothing. They said, why would I do something? They took out their phones and filmed the rape. They took out their phones and filmed the rape. Play cut 66. At upper Darby, 69th street station, passengers of the market Frankfurt line are outraged. The attack was brutal. It was wicked and the worst party when the people were watching. Several people watching some within arm's length says upper Darby superintendent of police arrested is 35 year old fish to noy who investigators say is seen on a trained security camera sitting next to the alleged victim touching her and then raping her. Investigators say a female septa employee called in the attack, which was relayed on radio about the attacker disrobing on a train at 56th street station. Septa says noy was arrested at 69th street station on the train in the act. Most people just arms length away allowed and watched a rape to happen. Now the bigger the government the smaller the citizen. You see, massive government and big institutions, they paralyze people from doing the right thing. People don't actually know how to take responsibility for themselves. And this is a byproduct of what we've seen over the last 18 months, sit and do what you're told. Take the vaccine, put on a mask. And then you have this criminal alien who should have been deported from our country, rape woman on a train. And no one really seems to care. And yeah, the story got written up here and there. But in a couple weeks, no one will be talking about this. And of course, this goes to something called the bystander effect. The bystander effect is where people sit idly by and don't do anything. This was most famously shown and demonstrated in the kitty Genovese story. Where a woman was raped in New York City, rough estimates anywhere between 20 to 35 people heard it, and they did nothing. But that is the human condition. We are a cowardly people absent, the thing that we have decided to try to move. Toxic, masculinity. As we have removed toxic masculinity, who's going to step in and stop this criminal from raping the woman. Drag queen story hour man? Is the drag queen guy going to come in and stop it? No, instead the gut instinct is, let's take out our phones and film it. There's a phenomenal Orwell quote. Free societies are built on the backs of vicious men who are willing to fight for what is good. So who's gonna step up and stop the rapist? The person who's been emasculated every single turn. Now, there's another reason why people didn't step up and do something in this story. It's not just because of the cowardice and the lack of moral center and the societal and cultural disintegration. That's part of the reason. The other reason is that people are afraid that if they intervene, they might actually get in trouble. That they get, if they intervene, they're the ones that actually might get arrested. And we saw this during the BLM protests. Remember during the BLM protests where shop owners were defending their property and they're the ones that get criminalized. Remember the mccloskey family in Missouri? The mccloskey family who had dozens of hordes of BLM activists go on to their private property, and they come out with guns to defend their property, and they're the ones that get indicted and prosecuted. It's a law. It's a war on the lawful and a pardoning of the lawless. So how do we get to the place in Philadelphia where on the train on the city of brotherly love? You have a foreign national that rapes a woman for 40 minutes and people take out their phones to go post it on TikTok. Not to stop it. Not to try to intervene. The war on men and toss toxic masculinity has real ramifications. People sleep peaceably in their beds at night only because rough men stand ready to do violence on their.

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"rape" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"rape" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Rape Sexual abuse or incest. And it further prohibits any effort to aid the doctors who provide pre viability, abortions or the women who seek them. Garland says the law takes away a woman's constitutional rights. Because the statute makes it too risky for an abortion clinic to stay open. Abortion providers have ceased providing services. This leaves women in Texas unable to exercise their constitutional rights. And unable to obtain judicial review. At the very moment they need it. This kind of scheme to nullify the Constitution of the United States is one that all Americans Whatever their politics or party should fear. The law went into effect on September 1st after the Supreme Court did not overturn it now to Afghanistan, where the Taliban allowed a flight carrying foreign nationals and Americans to land in Qatar yesterday. Canadian, Ukrainian, German, British and U. S citizens were among the 200 people that the Taliban cleared to leave the country. And we remain deeply committed to facilitating the safe transit of U. S. Citizens, NPR's and at risk Afghans who wish to leave Afghanistan and we will continue our efforts. We will be relentless in doing so. We welcome the Taliban's cooperation in facilitating this flight as part of their commitment to allow those with travel documents to leave if they so choose the US praise the Taliban, calling them flexible, businesslike and professional. This was the first large scale evacuation of Americans since U. S forces left at the end of August. Coming back home, F D. N Y Commissioner Daniel Negro says the department laid to rest its 257th member who died of a 9 11 related illness. Here's Negro on Bernie and sit in the morning. That will go on and on for years to come. So it's a It's an experience that occurred 20 years ago, but it will it will affect the Fire Department and the police Department for many years. And listen today and tomorrow as W. ABC radio and tunnels, The Tower Foundation presents special coverage. 9 11 20 years later. Now, Here's your report from the Ramsey Mazda Weather Center. Lots of sun today beautiful and breezy.

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"rape" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

KILF Morning New Podcast

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"rape" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

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"rape" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"rape" Discussed on Radio Boston

"A quick disclaimer here for the next ten minutes or so. We'll be discussing rape and sexual assault because thanks to a bill that became law just a couple of weeks ago. Thousands of backlogged rape kits in massachusetts will soon be tested for the first time. The over six thousand kits are part of a pile up that stretches all the way back to two thousand and joining us now to discuss the bill and its impact on survivors. Is it sponsor. State representative nedeli higgins. Welcome to radio. Boston for having also with us is kim dawkins president of pathways for change a rape and sexual assault crisis center that services dozens of communities in central massachusetts came. It's good to have you as well. Hello jamie it's great to be on thank you. Both for joining us representative higgins. I do want to start with you just so that we're all on the same page here briefly. What do we mean when we say rape test kits so these are sexual assault evidence kit that are collected usually between three and five days after an assault. in a hospital and there are the evidence that documents The trauma perpetrated upon survivors. Spotty so the legislature back in twenty one thousand nine passes a bill that includes funding for testing backlogged rape kits here in massachusetts but at the beginning of this year you file a bill to test some sixty three hundred kids that were excluded from testing under that original bill. Why weren't these kids ever tested would happen. So we're still trying to get answers out how we got here. And i did not do this alone. I'm really singled to have a partner in minority leader. Brad jones Working on this issue and we kind of agreed. We didn't care how we got here but we needed to move forward. And we had these sixty three hundred kits that weren't tested or fully tested dna tested and we wanted to make sure that we removed any loopholes Or any language that the crime lab was pointing to that said that they could not test the cats So that's yes so this year's bill. What is the state doing to to comply. So we require the crime lab to to take an accounting of the kits There are a number of kits that they continue to claim cannot be tested. There are at least one category where that is the case that the dna evidence indicate is so small that it would be exhausted There's a separate process that needs to go through. The frustrating part is we haven't been able to get an accounting of how many kids fit that profile and needs to be put aside They've had eight million dollars. They've spent we believe about four million of it and they've had two additional years and haven't come up with a plan to test kids that can legally be tested. And that's what we're really asking for. And so we put stricter timelines more Accountability quarterly reports to make sure that these kids are being tested. That there's a plan and we know it may take a few years because there are sixty three hundred kits but we need a plan and survivors and their unless lunch deserve to know how the how this backlog is point to be addressed so do want to note that we have put in a request for comment to the state police crime lab and we have not yet received.

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"rape" Discussed on Best Case Worst Case

Best Case Worst Case

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"rape" Discussed on Best Case Worst Case

"People recoil from sexual assault whether the victims are adults or children. People recoil from judges recoil from it. And so i think they're instinct is to protect themselves and juries from the ugliness of it but the defendants are the ones who have Primes and the conduct that they engaged in his ugly and the jury has every right and really obligation to look at all the evidence bears on the crime and the offender. And that's not happening. I think we need to change that. Somehow what do you think jim. What should we be doing. Well i think one of the recommendations of the of the panel they put together to look at this and scotland was that specialised courts should be created to deal with serious sex crimes. And i think that's absolutely true. Then you have people who actually understand these crimes and understand the procedures the investigative processes the evidence and francy. I know it sounds crazy. But i believe that jurors should not be random people who know nothing about the science of forensic science about the dna technology about mental health issues. I don't believe that it's possible. In a trial to educate the jury enough to know what is right and wrong and most juries will rely on looking at people and judging their credibility and making decisions based on how people act and look and present themselves on the stand and unfortunately smart people smart psychopaths. Smart smart criminals can get away with murder because they can present themselves in a way that doesn't appear to be what the average juror might think would be a person who would commit those crimes. So i would like to see specialists juries. I would like to see educated. Juries juries that are trained in the fields that they are making judgments upon. And you know. You're i could never be out of jury. They won't take us 'cause we know too much too much. We get too involved in the process. But i think that's what we need in this country. Nice country Jim we have court specialists for drugs. We have juvenile courts. We have courts for veterans that are specialty courts. So i think I think scotland may be really onto something with talking about specialty courts. And i don't know about this. Not proven verdict. It bothers me. I think a jury needs to vega decision and that almost sounds like they. Just don't make a decision it's like. Yeah we just don't know we're throwing up her hands. Well that's your job. Your job is to make a decision to the guy do it or did he not do period But it's i think they're on the right track and it's definitely something that We're gonna continue to follow because maybe they'll have some great ideas for all of us to fire. Will i liked that. Not proven if it allows time to pass more evidence to be gathered and a retrial but to say that not proven and they can't be tried again to me that's a that's a fault of the system and it should be. You know every victim should have the right to have a jury actually make a decision. Grateful isn't may be great. Unlike to tell everyone jim that we really appreciate. They're listening to best case worst case we most especially appreciate our patriot fans that have subscribed to us on our patriots page so they can see us and all the extra bonus content we hope everyone will subscribe and rate best case worst case hopefully favourably. We'd love that. We just started posting other exclusive video clips from episodes from other episodes. You can watch on x g productions youtube account. You want to get a look at what jim and i are. up to. On our patriarch page before you subscribe. Go check that out.

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"rape" Discussed on Best Case Worst Case

Best Case Worst Case

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"rape" Discussed on Best Case Worst Case

"A small fraction of those would be prosecuted and an even smaller fraction of those would end in convictions. So there's there's just there's a problem in this country and apparently in scotland and probably around the world in dealing with these cases these offenders are able to get away with such a heinous crime more series of crimes because our system is not dealing with the facts that these cases are difficult to prove. But you put it in front of a jury and expect. Csi sort of you know presentation and don't get it and then don't find the person guilty even though it's a very credible victim with evidence of of sexual assault and for whatever reason they don't buy it. Let's talk about like prosecution. Let's talk about what makes these cases so difficult to prosecute I'm pro law enforcement pro prosecution. I wanna give my breath and around the world a bit of a bit of a break although not a big one because some of these statistics i think are simply inexcusable. I just don't think they can be defended but let's talk about how hard these cases are. The there's something. Obviously fundamentally different when you were array versus an armed robbery or carjacking. Let's take a car jackie. Someone took your car. No one really is ever gonna dispute that. Someone took your car that you're a crime victim question. Is the guy sitting in the box. The one who did it right. That's that's the question that's all that has to be approved but in a rape or sexual assault case. What's the what's the defense. It's always consent. So it's she want and of course they're male victims do but just for ease..

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"rape" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"rape" Discussed on Today in Focus

"Today the government has said sorry to thousands of right bit tim's letdown by systemic failures in the criminal justice system. So what can be done to change things before we start. I want to warn you that there are descriptions of abuse on sexual violence in this piece and we mentioned suicidal falls in two thousand eighteen reporting the guardians alexander topping and key. Limbaugh began to paint a terrible picture of what rape victims were experiencing in the criminal justice system they revealed the rape prosecutions in england and wales had fallen to their lowest level in a decade. That meant that victims making the brave decision to go to the police with. Nc their cases dropped by the crown prosecution service at an alarming rate. The statistics were stark. And so the home office launched a review of how rape cases were being dealt with at every stage of the process when it finally reported last month ministers including the justice secretary robert buckland admitted that thousands of victims had gone without justice and said they were deeply ashamed on the first thing. I think i need to say is sorry. It's not good enough. We got to do a lot better from the guardian. I'm an.

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"rape" Discussed on 51 Percent

51 Percent

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"rape" Discussed on 51 Percent

"Lindsay crews zan muse is the director of crime victims services crew zanu says about eighty percent of the clients in crime victim services identify as female and about twenty percent as male kristan. Mia says you don't have to have insurance to seek help. That's one of the great things about new york state and it's actually a national law so if someone comes in and they have been sexually assaulted and They don't have insurance. That's fine we actually will build a new york state office. A victim services for their Their services here in the hospital specifically having the rape kit done. It's really great to because even if someone does have insurance they can actually opt not to build their insurance and have it build to the new york state office victim services and that's important because especially when we're talking about victims and survivors of domestic violence. They perhaps are on their their partners or they're abusive parties insurance and so it could present a safety issue christine muse says with the two people on the prevention team about thirty five on the support and advocacy team the forensic examiners administrative team and the volunteers on the twenty four hour hotline. There are about one hundred people waiting to help in the crime victim services unit and she says they were all hired because they actually care. We actually ask questions directly to our candidates about things like what causes rape because we wanna make sure that people have a thoughtful answer and also that they're not going to victim blame because that is not what we're about. We firmly believe that victims are never responsible for being victimized and we want to make sure that when folks are walking through the door to get our services. They know.

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"rape" Discussed on 51 Percent

51 Percent

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"rape" Discussed on 51 Percent

"It confusing. Was it a family member. All of those things play a role in the intensity of the trauma symptoms later down the road. So if you have a child who's growing up in a place where their their parent is sexually abusing them. And there's no support of caregiver or the caregiver that supposed to be your support is either unaware or you are unsure about their awareness. That can be extremely confusing for a child and unfortunately what it does is it. It doesn't exactly communicate a message of safety and so if the perpetrator lives in the home that child is going to be in fighter flight survival mode a lot which means that the place where they would store their memories. Which is you know the human part of the brain. The most last developed the most richly developed is going to be off line. Because you can't think straight when you're in fight or flight it just it goes offline you don't need it you need to be able to run. You need to be able to fight. You need to be able to breathe. You need to be able to do all those other body things. So they were just letting know. Screw executive functioning. Shoop offline. and that's where we would store those memories allston says the limbic system isn't time oriented because any memory from any time can come together stuck up the mix together they can come up and it's usually something innocuous that might trigger it or something obvious so let's say it's a survivor of child sexual abuse. Who doesn't currently have any recollection of his walking down the street and then somebody who looks like they're perpetrator looks them in the face and greets them in that moment. A person who has those memories completely repressed still has the chance that that greeting that face to face greeting could trigger something in the brain. They're all of a sudden this. This random thing comes up for the person that they don't remember and boom. It's right there in their face. That happens actually. All the time and it happens mostly with individuals who have coped with their trauma through using substances or alcohol. So if you think how hard it must be for a child to work on. Repressing something over and over. Not thinking about pretending it didn't happen. Repress repressed pass to the point where now there's like your brain is taking over. Psychologically now it's suppressed so you don't have to work out now. It's just automatically put down adding drugs and alcohol on top of that like keeps it down but it's kind of like a spring you know it's like resting on a spring so that when you take the alcohol and the drugs away it pops off. Allston says the people in recovery from alcohol and substances the majority of her clients experience this spring loaded memory flood the most folks who have been in active addiction for a long time and they trace it back to when they were experiencing abuse whether it was in childhood teenage years adulthood but mostly childhood mostly childhood. These are folks who have coped with their childhood abuse neglect and victimization the drinking partying and then typically what that does is it gets progressive. Because that's the nature of addiction. So then you have this poor traumatized person that has two very significant issues a chemical addiction and then trauma and because they work in concert in order to keep the trauma down. You drink more us more but what happens when you drink for us more you make yourself more vulnerable to being hurt by people that you might not know so then increase in trauma and so when you finally arrest to the addiction and you stop and you you try to seek recovery. The.

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"rape" Discussed on 51 Percent

51 Percent

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"rape" Discussed on 51 Percent

"Today's fifty one percent. We bring you the first part of a two part series on rape and sexual abuse. I visit the crime victim services unit of a hospital to learn about what's involved in a forensic rape exam and counselor tells us what recovery looks like after an abuse you are in such a state of survival. Even the thought of that event later down the line triggers that that survival. I'm jacky orchard and this is fifty one percent a warning that today's program contains details and subject matter that may not be appropriate for all listeners. We're going to be discussing sexual assault for the next half hour. So this box is the sexual assault evidence collection kit What should be used anywhere in new york state. Grace coons is the supervisor of the forensic examiner program in the crime victim services unit at saint peter's health partners standing in the emergency department at samaritan hospital in troy new york. She opens a rape kit to show me the envelopes and instructions inside contact by kissing or oral penetration. So there is a set of cue tips or oral swabs. I have to say imagining going through the steps as if i were the patient. A- genital swab photos of bruising dna samples and recounting the story for the advocate or the nurse to hear it seems overwhelming but coons has a very confident air about her like a mom. You'd call late at night if you were in trouble and she would swoop in and make it all okay. For good reason coons has been an examiner for about four years and has seen hundreds of patients for varying types of abuse coons is a nurse practitioner and manages about thirty eight per diem. Nurses they take varying shifts to administer forensic examinations for victims of rape and abuse and the amount of abuse patients they see is upsetting this year. Were actually averaging approximately forty per month last year total. Our program sought two hundred eighty patients. I'm so so far at the close of may our program was at two hundred fifteen so we're almost double the volume of last year. Just with this year kuhn says it's nearly impossible to identify trends of who gets raped or abused. There is no set demographic it can happen to you Male female transgender all ages We see basically from infant All the way to elderly folks in their eighties So there's a very wide range of our patient population so it's not a specific demographic or race or anything like that. Coon says they see patients for all types of abuse. Not just sexual. Usually children come in. Because of a domestic violence incident we could see them for a physical assault on. We could also see them for a sexual assault exam So it might be something that is either known And so we are collecting evidence for a known sexual assault or something that is presumed or that. There's a hunch that something just doesn't seem right Maybe somebody heard something or You know their genitalia is suspicious. Redness You know when an unusual bruise or child just not acting right and parent or guardian wants. The child checked out Sometimes we can also see Pediatric patients because of cps involvement and cps is. I'm requesting the exam. Coon says to prove sexual assault. You need dna. That's where the rape exam kits. Come in we wanna make sure that the patient is medically stable. So that's our number one on before we're doing anything Making sure that their medical needs are addressed if there is anything that let's say. The patient was strangled They'll need some imaging done to make sure that there is no internal injuries done that we can't see To the naked eye that could potentially be life threatening then we would go into Certainly a safety plan and then going into What their options are for evidence collection. Coon says evidence collection is always the third priority. The exam is always patient driven if they would like to proceed with doing that. evidence collection kit looking for dna will go ahead and do that. They can consent to some of the kit and not all of the kid they may also want to do blood and urine samples to see if there may be any drugs in their system. Let's say you know the common term would be rufi. Let's say someone had something put in there drink. They would also be able to choose if they wanted to have. Their injuries. photographed any photographs would be used for evidence purposes only in held in a secure location so present new york state law has evidence being held for up to twenty years while someone would choose whether or not. They wanted their evidence processed for dna. Someone today may not want to report to law enforcement may not want their kit tested for dna but maybe two three years down the line even twenty years. They may say jeez. You know. I've been really thinking about this or i heard this person did something to somebody else and i really think it's time that i have my evidence tested. Coon says her job is important because often she's the first person a survivor of rape or abuse will interact with after the incident. That's really what it's all about making that humanistic connection and meeting them on their level. You're you're really connecting with these patients on potentially one of their artists days of their life and just being able to say okay. Here's what i can do for you even if you don't want it. Here's what i can do for you. And i take no offense if you don't want to participate and that's just kind of what it's all about just showing that your raw with them coons lays it out for me literally. We went through a rape examination kit. Together here's what you can expect if heaven forbid you are raped and go to the emergency department for help in new york state one when you arrived to the emergency department. The on call victim advocate and the forensic examiner are paged immediately and have one hour to get to the hospital. You also get special priority.

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"rape" Discussed on UN News

UN News

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"rape" Discussed on UN News

"In many many states allowed the world rape if report. It is seldom prosecuted. If prosecuted israeli prosecuted up in agenda sensitive manner with the victim centered approach and Very often charges are dropped off so there are very few. For example from sweden i have received data conviction. Rate is only four point six percent. While from day julia. I see that the conviction rate is only zero point nine percent. So we are seeing high attrition rates. I women are not importing. When they're reporting cases. I dropped off and then result is impunity for perpetrators normalization of rape sigma station of victim. And it is clear that criminal justice systems are not in line with international standards. Here what i am. Seeing from submissions that many stays still have a aloes criminal finishes of rape. That are not in line with international standards and now we are seeing some changes with respect to stage that changing those finishes that changing the Other aspects of criminalization rape including investigation and prosecution of rape so there are positive examples. There are examples for example all the number of european states that the currently changing the provisions of criminal law and the finishing of rape in order to put those definitions in line with the standards provided by east symbol convention or regional council of europe convention on limitation of violence against women and domestic violence and this convention for the first time. He's really binding for ratifying states now. The default specific provisions on rape. And how it should be defined based on a lack of consent and now states are changing the criminal provisions in order to put this lack of consent at the center of the finnish. But it does not not only finish. It is a scope of the nation of ray who is colored marital rape excluded or included currently there number of u. n. member states that are excluding the marital rape from criminalization so in those states and for example like he visited bahamas with such provisions We mean in marriage could not report because Not protected something like this is legal in those states and here recommendation is clear that they should be changed and in line with international standards and also not only Scoop but aggravating and mitigating circumstances is important and Sentencing as well as a statute of limitations with respect right because in number of states This spirit of time. When victims of rape can press charges or report rape is limited to number of years in some countries. This this is very short period for example. When i visited officially a special report on violence against me netball i have seen the statute of limitation only one year and that one is applicable also own graves that happened during the conflict in that country. That happened two years before also precluding from pressing charges. And for that reason i am recommending to stay to abolish statute of limitation Rape in general because some states do not have such digitally mutation but if they are not willing to go full in that direction it will be very important to have specific provisions for protection of children because many children that are victims afraid when the children are victims offenses when the adults they could not report because the statute of limitation as precluding a possibility for pressing charges. So it would be important talking. Specifics provisions that children victims of rape who the reporte but when they reach adult age and then then process could start This type of the vision surreally showing what should be direction how we should use what was developed the international level who the human rights lentils standards developed respect to prosecution and the protection of victims then There is called procedural area because how how rabies investigated. How process is going on. What is happening with victims during the process..

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"rape" Discussed on The Unfiltered Real Talk Podcast

The Unfiltered Real Talk Podcast

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"rape" Discussed on The Unfiltered Real Talk Podcast

"rape" Discussed on LifePix Relationships With ST

LifePix Relationships With ST

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"rape" Discussed on LifePix Relationships With ST

"She's gonna continue doing her therapy if she starts in hubertus start eating out on her therapy. That would be a warning sign or something like that but the push her to get out of the state is utah and oftentimes along with depression for her comes and i am senate stressor in added executive these things worse so for our her hurt circumstance in our relationship. I've learned mutual not push in certain circumstances as long as we're meeting the critical things to continue eating. My has to be doing the things. If i'm your medication am i eating. Am i. staying healthy. Is i like those kind of things we still have to take care of. If we learned this oftentimes through there being through mistakes that remained likely we had work prepared and we finished like when when things got back to normal state we went to the therapist authorization. Really angry not do this again. Yeah yeah yeah totally just like in the ear like one episode comes. That's it no like you said you have these basic rules and but the just the the bars are different for everyone so if it means just taking your medication and eating than that's every person has their own rules that they have met three even during an episode. That's what they're going to do and go with the follow through and we can only speak from our experience but the that's been very successful for us. Yeah yeah now. what's it like for you. Amelia to be married Man who doesn't have episodes. I feel very blessed a lot of guilt. There's a lot of guilt because he carries the but in of nursing me and taking care of things episode. He's the husband. He is the husband who is an equal partner in this relationship. Where he takes over he takes care of the children. Use them bats. Mix them breakfast makes them. Lunch gets them to.

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"rape" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"rape" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I mean, you also are on a college campus slut. Do you think there's Isn't there something healthy right now about the fact that there's truth being told, And these things that happen are They're being reckoned with. I mean, imperfectly, but in that has changed. Do you see that, too? Or do you? Do you have a different look What you made me say, Truth being told Well, that You wrote in 1988. You know people get shot, and it's not. There's no outcry. There's there no marches there no sanctions. And now there are pictures and there's an outcry in their sanctions, and we're not quite sure what to do with it. But these things aren't invisible anymore. I just wrote A and I'm struggling with it, by the way, because it's on a deadline. It happens. You're wonderful. You're struggling with this Think piece around. I'm trying to make it. But the third line in the point says, You know, we cannot be unwrapped. And I was interested because, you know, we've had a lot of campus rape. And then we found out that some of it isn't quite, uh, quite accurate. But no matter what it is, we cannot unr ape. And I'm not sure I'm having this argument with myself. I don't know where this is going to go by the way, but I'm not sure. That Justice can come from any of that. Only only thing that can come from that is revenge and revenge is a bad idea. And I mean, the Greeks learned that that justice can come from that justice can come from any of what That that there is no joke. If you right now came in here and beat the living crap out of me. There is no justice. There's no justice. I had the living crap beaten out of me. I consume you. I can get revenge. But I can't. There's no justice. And so I'm beginning to wonder. Should we change this dialogue we have on I'm sorry to say it like that. I'm not namby pamby, but we're gonna have to find a way to talk to each other. And I think that that's what's important. So I'm probably not making to know you are you are making sense. I mean, you said a minute ago. That we need to work with where we're going, and it strikes me, and I think that's also what you're saying here that there's the Anger and pain at injustice, which is real. And there's also this other work. If you say that there's no justice Then there's this other work of also creating the world We want to live in, which may be so imperfectly tied to righting those wrongs. Just trying to learn to live with the fact that some things were going to say you cannot do. And then some things were going to say, But though you have done them, we have to find a way to live with him. And that doesn't mean we reward you for what you've done. But it also means that the That we need another level of dialogue. I'm a big fan of the Greeks for a lot of reason, not because they're have terrible ones, You know, But I'm a big fan of the Greeks. But it would have been fun to have lived at at the time that you could walk around and talk to you know, secretaries are You know they're starting to somebody and say, you know, let's remake the world, my students and I because we talk about everything because we're writers and we were talking about how There was an imbalance. I don't have to tell you that there is a terrible, terrible in balance and in economic privileges and one of my students, young man, Uh, does that he said, Well, what are you going to do with this? I don't know what I'm going to do what I'm gonna do. Just tell you that it needs to be changed because it does that the economic system that we live on. Needs to be changed. And I can't think of it because I'm I'm 72. I'm already stuck with what I am, but the youngsters coming up We're going to find another way to handle this. Childhood remembrances are always a drag. If you're black, you always remember things like living in woodland with no inside toilet..

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