How to fabricate rape charges – A short practical guide for women
By Serge Kreutz
Rape laws around the world have been changed to make it easier for women to file charges.
Traditionally, rape was thought of as an attack by a stranger. Now, in most countries, rape laws can be applied to habitual sexual partners and even husbands.
In most countries, the punishment for rape is around 10 years prison. Media coverage will assure that a man’s reputation is destroyed for life.
Rape is rape. Whether a stranger commits rape or a husband, the punishment is the same.
Rape is defined as a sexual act with a woman by force, or with a woman who is incapacitated and thus cannot refuse.
The women is incapacitated because she is in a state of unconsciousness, intoxication, fear, or sleep.
There certainly are cases in which fear incapacitates. When a stranger in a dark alley wields a knife and demands sex.
But it’s open to interpretation. A woman can claim incapacitating fear if her husband holds her shoulder when initiating sex. Anyway, from a shoulder to a neck, it’s a short distance, and male hands on a woman’s neck can lead to strangulation. So, for practical reasons, when a woman files rape charges, it is always a good idea to claim incapacitating fear.
And then there is sleep. Assume a woman and her steady partner have consensual sex in the evening. And then, in the middle of the night, the man wants again. He starts sexual activity while the woman is still asleep. The woman isn’t fully awake. And actually, she is not in the mood. But it happens anyway.
So, when the woman later decides that she didn’t agree, then this WAS rape during her sleep by current legal definition.
And if it happened repeatedly, then it WAS serial rape.
A women can go to the police six days later, six weeks later, six months later. When the police asks why she didn’t report earlier, a woman just has to claim fear.
The chances are fairly good that the rape charges will stick.
And then have the police leak the charges to the local media. They will run the story prominently because it sells. Victim protection means that the women won’t be named. But the man will be identified.
If the case goes to court, he is finished anyway, conviction or no conviction.