Sunday, March 21, 2010

A case for Bea?

A young Swedish woman who falsely accused her father of rape will now face charges of making false allegations, an offense that carries a sentence of up to two years in prison.

Strange that Sweden’s Justice Mentalist isn’t out demanding that everyone involved should have their faces poster all over the country with name, phone number, address, and shoe size. Maybe she’s waiting to nailing the whole bunch of them for downloading illegal ones and zeroes? Or maybe she and the Prime Mentalist want to take the chain of command and whip them real good.

Anyway, the father had received a five-year prison sentence in 2007 after the then 17-year-old girl told her school he had sexually assaulted her. The school in turn reported the man to authorities. He was later convicted in district court,

You see in Sweden it is enough with accusations and that the politically appointed “judges” feel that you’re telling the truth and then you get a conviction. Proof? Pfffff…

The father had problem with whether or not to report his daughter after being free, but is hoping that an investigation into her own mental state will help her because we all know how great the Swedish mental system works…

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