Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Oregon: The Trials and Vindication of Soccer Coach Joe Leonetti, Yet Another Victim of Feminism: 12-Year-Old Girl Falsely Accused Him of Sex Abuse; ‘Investigators Mishandled Case from the Start’


Crime victim Joe Leonetti, with daughters Emily, left, and Chloe

Joe Leonetti’s campaign, to help pay off $500,000 in legal expenses.

By Jerry PDX

  This is a local case I've been watching in the news.

At first I assumed the guy must be guilty, an impression the media always gives in child sex abuse cases. He was finally vindicated, and all charges dropped.

Kind of reminds me of the McMartin and Little Rascals cases some years back, and all the hysteria that railroaded many innocent people into jail.

If you read the comments regarding this story, there are many people who still think the guy is guilty, they subscribe to: “Accused is equivalent to guilty in child sex abuse cases.”

I try to read between the lines, which is kind of difficult, through the surface information you get from the media, but the DA and prosecution comments seem quite contrite.

I didn't sense any underlying accusatory tone from them in any media reports, no proof of anything, of course, but I do believe this was a false accusation.

This is an example of the destruction false accusations can do to a person's life. Another manifestation of the feminist rape hysteria and how it can influence children at very young ages.  

N.S.: I’d put it this way: An already evil child saw that she could exploit feminist rape hysteria and hatred of normal white men, which are really two ways of saying the same thing.

This girl, who has also benefited from the anonymity granted fake “victims,” will leave a trail of destruction throughout her life.

Every white community has some evil people, and this evil manifests itself long before the age of 12. (I emphasized “white,” because the percentage in black communities is so huge.

Actually, black neighborhoods, areas, and jurisdictions are so overwhelmed with evil (my word, not his; he probably said “pathologies”) that the late, great James Q. Wilson once said that it’s dubious that one can honestly call them “communities.”)

Someone needs to publicize the name of the false accuser, who is, after all, a criminal, and Leonetti should have the right to sue her parents.

Laws or practices must also change, so that false accusers are prosecuted, which will dramatically reduce the incidence of false allegations.

At the Portland Oregonian.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

These kind of cases will get pushed through on the flimsiest of evidence, DA's will substitute hysteria and a witch hunt mentality for actual evidence and facts. If the case was dropped, due to "new evidence" as was stated in the article, it's likely the "victim" recanted or some kind of evidence surfaced that proved she was lying and destroyed their case completely. Regardless of this the real victim, the one falsely accused, will have this hanging over his head for the rest of his life.