A British judge called a 13-year-old girl a “sexual predator” while freeing the 41-year-old man who had sex with her—causing an outcry from feminists that led to the prosecutor in the case being suspended. Neil Wilson was given a eight-month suspended sentence after admitting having sex with the young girl. Judge Nigel Peters said that the girl looked and behaved “a little bit older” and that had to be taken into account. “The girl was predatory and was egging you on,” Peters said. “There is no defense when dealing with children, but I am prepared to impose a suspension.” The prosecutor, Robert Colover, told the court “that girl is predatory in all her actions and she is sexually experienced.” The Crown Prosecution Service called Colover’s comments “inappropriate” and Colover has been suspended pending review of the case.
But before you say "Well, that couldn't happen in our legal system," remember that we have Red states...
A Louisiana parish is attempting to get out of paying a 14-year-old who was repeatedly raped by her guard at her juvenile detention center, with lawyers actually arguing last week that the girl wanted the sex.
Angelo Vickers is now serving a 7-year sentence after pleading guilty to molestation of a juvenile. Now 20-years-old, the woman is known anonymously as "Mary Doe," to protect her identity, and is now emotionally traumatized. Mary Doe sued the Terrebonne Parish Consolidated Government as well as her rapist, says that parish officials should have known she was at risk, and protected her from Vickers, as he was improperly supervised at the prison.
“These girls in the detention center are not Little Miss Muffin,” one official told the Tri-Parish Times.