UK: Rape-Hoax Enabling Female Prosecution Chief Shouldn’t Get Damehood

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
October 21, 2018

As soon as you put a woman in charge of something, she uses that position to start helping other women hoax rape.

The Telegraph:

Two men wrongly prosecuted of rape have pleaded for the outgoing CPS chief to be denied an honour, after she oversaw “catastrophic failures” which destroyed their lives.

Alison Saunders, who will step down as Director of Public Prosecutions at the end of the month, has been heavily criticised during her tenure which saw several rape cases collapse as a result of the prosecution failing to disclose evidence.

Despite the controversy, Ms Saunders is expected to receive a damehood in the New Year’s honours list for her work as Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), following an automatic honour principle that has applied to many of her predecessors.

I don’t think these men are going to see much success here.

Not only is helping women hoax rape not considered wrong, it is considered good. The running theory of rape is that all men are guilty, so the goal is to simply punish them in any way possible.

If anything this evil wench is going to get double-damed for double-teaming men with rape hoaxes.