Girl, 14, who said she was snatched from an Oxford street and raped multiple times by two men in a car was NOT kidnapped

Our thanks to Martin for this. The article starts:

The alleged abduction of a 14-year-old girl in Oxford did not take place, police have said.

The girl reported she had been taken from the street while walking to school in the Summertown area of the city in September and later raped. Police said today that they are continuing to investigate the girl’s rape claim, but do not believe she was kidnapped from the street.

The Thames Valley force said they have carried out a ‘through examination’ of CCTV, dashcam footage and witness statements. A spokesman said: ‘We can confirm that the evidence gathered indicates that the reported abduction did not take place.’

Despite ruling out the abduction, the spokesman added: ‘Thames Valley Police continue to investigate an offence of rape against the victim [my emphasis] and are following all lines of enquiries to establish what has taken place.

‘Specially trained officers and staff from the police, Oxfordshire County Council Children’s Services, Health and other agencies continue to work with the victim, [my emphasis] at her pace.’

The word ‘alleged’ should go before the word ‘victim’ of course. The fact the girl lied about having been kidnapped shouldn’t mean we suspect she lied about having been raped. Yeah… but… no… but… females never lie, including females who’ve lied about having been kidnapped, trivial matters like that, wasting a huge amount of police time (and therefore taxpayers’ money) and creating anxiety locally for no reason.

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About Mike Buchanan

I'm a men's human rights advocate, writer, and publisher. My primary focus is leading the political party I launched in 2013, Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them). I still work actively on two campaigns I launched in early 2012, Campaign for Merit in Business and the Anti-Feminism League. In 2014 I launched The Alternative Sexism Project, aiming to raise public understanding that the sexism faced by men and boys has far more grievous consequences than the sexism faced by women and girls.
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4 Responses to Girl, 14, who said she was snatched from an Oxford street and raped multiple times by two men in a car was NOT kidnapped

  1. William Gruff says:

    The girl should be committed for psychiatric care.

  2. Paul Jackson says:

    This girl is a menace to any man with whom she comes into contact but when she inevitably makes a false allegation in the future this current fiasco will not be admissible as evidence.

  3. sanity2014 says:

    She should be locked up in a juvenile detention center, placed on sex offenders’ list, and this episode needs to be brought up in court if she makes another accusation of rape in the future, Nothing less will do and her parents should be liable for the cost to the taxpayers which the investigation cost. We are talking about 40 000 pounds. Why should taxpayers, of whom men are the biggest contributors, have to pay for fictional stories made up by feminism-inspired young women and girls against men ? NOT EVEN ON GENTLEMAN’S GROUNDS !

  4. epistemol says:

    From the article;

    “On October 12, a rape survivor waived her anonymity and read an open letter on camera, offering support to the girl.

    Clare Dimyon, a teacher who once lived in Summertown, wrote that she suffered a ‘life-threatening sexual assault’ in 1984 and said the girl had shown courage.”

    Shewn ‘a vivid imagination she means’.
    Not too long ago, it was understood that teenaged girls are sometimes wont to be fantasizing drama queens, driven by emotions and burgeoning sexuality they cannot yet handle, and society would swing into inaction appropriately.

    With a bit of luck, the phase would pass, with little harm done to anyone.

    Now this knowledge has been forgotten or discarded, and there will be a price to be paid.

    In a few weeks time the young lady, under the pressure of facts and logic will have to admit it was all a story.

    I could turn out to be wrong of course, I fully realise that –
    but anyone like to open a book on it ?

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