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Posted: 9/4/2015 6:58:29 AM EST
[Last Edit: 9/4/2015 7:01:15 AM EST by Aimless]
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Sure lets sue for something that happened 15 years ago.
Link Posted: 9/4/2015 7:02:09 AM EST
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Originally Posted By cone256:
Sure lets sue for something that happened 15 years ago.
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So rape is cool if enough time has passed?
Link Posted: 9/4/2015 7:03:14 AM EST
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Originally Posted By sweatpants:


So rape is cool if enough time has passed?
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Originally Posted By sweatpants:
Originally Posted By cone256:
Sure lets sue for something that happened 15 years ago.


So rape is cool if enough time has passed?



She was cool with it for 15 years?
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Originally Posted By sweatpants:


So rape is cool if enough time has passed?
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Originally Posted By sweatpants:
Originally Posted By cone256:
Sure lets sue for something that happened 15 years ago.


So rape is cool if enough time has passed?


No. But the ability to sue for something that happened 15 years ago is bullshit. Memories fade, evidence is lost and it prejudices the defendant's right to a fair trial.
Link Posted: 9/4/2015 7:05:57 AM EST
Supervisors at the academy were aware of sexual misconduct committed against the trooper and other female recruits, the lawsuit said.

Despite that knowledge, the supervisors "were unwilling and did nothing to protect the female recruits, including plaintiff from predators like Sgt. Carmichael," the suit said.


I don't believe this for a minute. Nothing good cops hate more than bad cops. If any of this were true a good cop would have stepped up and stopped it.
Link Posted: 9/4/2015 7:06:40 AM EST
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Originally Posted By sweatpants:


So rape is cool if enough time has passed?
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Originally Posted By sweatpants:
Originally Posted By cone256:
Sure lets sue for something that happened 15 years ago.


So rape is cool if enough time has passed?


yeah because that is exactly what he said
Link Posted: 9/4/2015 7:08:14 AM EST
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Originally Posted By Aimless:
And didn't bring it up in the beginning when she first filed her lawsuit
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Originally Posted By Aimless:
Originally Posted By Hyperformer:
Originally Posted By sweatpants:
Originally Posted By cone256:
Sure lets sue for something that happened 15 years ago.


So rape is cool if enough time has passed?



She was cool with it for 15 years?
And didn't bring it up in the beginning when she first filed her lawsuit


I'm sure there's more (or less) to it, just making sure the audience here is cool with rape if it's been long enough.
Link Posted: 9/4/2015 7:08:19 AM EST
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Originally Posted By Hyperformer:



She was cool with it for 15 years?
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Originally Posted By Hyperformer:
Originally Posted By sweatpants:
Originally Posted By cone256:
Sure lets sue for something that happened 15 years ago.


So rape is cool if enough time has passed?



She was cool with it for 15 years?


If true, she probably wasn't cool with it but was hesitant to bring those charges against a supervisor and she probably needed her job. I don't think it is that cut and dried.
Link Posted: 9/4/2015 7:10:02 AM EST
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Originally Posted By sweatpants:


I'm sure there's more (or less) to it, just making sure the audience here is cool with rape if it's been long enough.
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Originally Posted By sweatpants:
Originally Posted By Aimless:
Originally Posted By Hyperformer:
Originally Posted By sweatpants:
Originally Posted By cone256:
Sure lets sue for something that happened 15 years ago.


So rape is cool if enough time has passed?



She was cool with it for 15 years?
And didn't bring it up in the beginning when she first filed her lawsuit


I'm sure there's more (or less) to it, just making sure the audience here is cool with rape if it's been long enough.


More like you're just making sure the audience here knows you're a douche.
Link Posted: 9/4/2015 7:10:56 AM EST
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Originally Posted By FrankDrebin:

More like you're just making sure the audience here knows you're a douche.
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That too, duh.
Link Posted: 9/4/2015 7:11:18 AM EST
[Last Edit: 9/4/2015 7:12:10 AM EST by kac]
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Originally Posted By sweatpants:


So rape is cool if enough time has passed?
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Originally Posted By sweatpants:
Originally Posted By cone256:
Sure lets sue for something that happened 15 years ago.


So rape is cool if enough time has passed?



No, but in most rational legal systems, suits become time-barred because the alleged perpetrator may find it difficult to find witnesses or tangible evidence that was available fifteen years ago but is now gone.

Interestingly, in many states, there is an extended (or in my state, no) limitation on felonies. So, It she were really raped, she could march over and get real criminal charges against the perpetrator. Let's see if she does that as opposed to sues. Of course, there's no money in that.
Link Posted: 9/4/2015 7:15:16 AM EST
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Originally Posted By Dipper:
Supervisors at the academy were aware of sexual misconduct committed against the trooper and other female recruits, the lawsuit said.

Despite that knowledge, the supervisors "were unwilling and did nothing to protect the female recruits, including plaintiff from predators like Sgt. Carmichael," the suit said.


I don't believe this for a minute. Nothing good cops hate more than bad cops. If any of this were true a good cop would have stepped up and stopped it.
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Originally Posted By kac:



No, but in most rational legal systems, suits become time-barred because the alleged perpetrator may find it difficult to find witnesses or tangible evidence that was available fifteen years ago but is now gone.

Interestingly, in many states, there is an extended (or in my state, no) limitation on felonies. So, It she were really raped, she could march over and get real criminal charges against the perpetrator. Let's see if she does that as opposed to sues. Of course, there's no money in that.
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Originally Posted By kac:
Originally Posted By sweatpants:
Originally Posted By cone256:
Sure lets sue for something that happened 15 years ago.


So rape is cool if enough time has passed?



No, but in most rational legal systems, suits become time-barred because the alleged perpetrator may find it difficult to find witnesses or tangible evidence that was available fifteen years ago but is now gone.

Interestingly, in many states, there is an extended (or in my state, no) limitation on felonies. So, It she were really raped, she could march over and get real criminal charges against the perpetrator. Let's see if she does that as opposed to sues. Of course, there's no money in that.


What do you think the chances are that charges would be filed against the officer?? I mean really. You sound like she could march over and bring charges herself.
Link Posted: 9/4/2015 7:19:10 AM EST
Doesn't pass the smell test.....
Link Posted: 9/4/2015 7:21:31 AM EST
When I was a LEO, I had to do a rape report that took place over 30 years ago.

Needless to say, I had to inform the "victim" that the statute of limitation had passed and the alleged "suspect" would not be facing any charges.


Link Posted: 9/4/2015 7:22:17 AM EST
NOW GO AWAY....QUIETLY. She will get an early retirement and a nicely filled out check. Sgt. Carmichael will continue on with his career or be moved to someplace quiet for the rest of his career.

Link Posted: 9/4/2015 7:24:14 AM EST
Out of court settlement. Give her $50-100k to go away.
Link Posted: 9/4/2015 7:25:42 AM EST
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Originally Posted By Dipper:


What do you think the chances are that charges would be filed against the officer?? I mean really. You sound like she could march over and bring charges herself.
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Originally Posted By Dipper:
Originally Posted By kac:
Originally Posted By sweatpants:
Originally Posted By cone256:
Sure lets sue for something that happened 15 years ago.


So rape is cool if enough time has passed?



No, but in most rational legal systems, suits become time-barred because the alleged perpetrator may find it difficult to find witnesses or tangible evidence that was available fifteen years ago but is now gone.

Interestingly, in many states, there is an extended (or in my state, no) limitation on felonies. So, It she were really raped, she could march over and get real criminal charges against the perpetrator. Let's see if she does that as opposed to sues. Of course, there's no money in that.


What do you think the chances are that charges would be filed against the officer?? I mean really. You sound like she could march over and bring charges herself.


Depends on the jurisdiction. Has she tried and been turned down?
Link Posted: 9/4/2015 7:45:00 AM EST
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Originally Posted By sweatpants:


I'm sure there's more (or less) to it, just making sure the audience here is cool with rape if it's been long enough.
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Originally Posted By sweatpants:
Originally Posted By Aimless:
Originally Posted By Hyperformer:
Originally Posted By sweatpants:
Originally Posted By cone256:
Sure lets sue for something that happened 15 years ago.


So rape is cool if enough time has passed?



She was cool with it for 15 years?
And didn't bring it up in the beginning when she first filed her lawsuit


I'm sure there's more (or less) to it, just making sure the audience here is cool with rape if it's been long enough.


The point being is it was not likely rape if it's taken her 15 years to report it.
Link Posted: 9/4/2015 7:59:47 AM EST
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Originally Posted By sweatpants:


So rape is cool if enough time has passed?
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Originally Posted By sweatpants:
Originally Posted By cone256:
Sure lets sue for something that happened 15 years ago.


So rape is cool if enough time has passed?


Expecting somebody to defend themselves against 15 year old charges is BS. So is hiding behind this "sexual assault victim" status 15 years later while dragging the accused's name though the mud.
Link Posted: 9/4/2015 8:02:28 AM EST
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Originally Posted By Dipper:


What do you think the chances are that charges would be filed against the officer?? I mean really. You sound like she could march over and bring charges herself.
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Originally Posted By Dipper:
Originally Posted By kac:
Originally Posted By sweatpants:
Originally Posted By cone256:
Sure lets sue for something that happened 15 years ago.


So rape is cool if enough time has passed?



No, but in most rational legal systems, suits become time-barred because the alleged perpetrator may find it difficult to find witnesses or tangible evidence that was available fifteen years ago but is now gone.

Interestingly, in many states, there is an extended (or in my state, no) limitation on felonies. So, It she were really raped, she could march over and get real criminal charges against the perpetrator. Let's see if she does that as opposed to sues. Of course, there's no money in that.


What do you think the chances are that charges would be filed against the officer?? I mean really. You sound like she could march over and bring charges herself.


She's a State Trooper, why doesn't she arrest him?
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Link Posted: 9/4/2015 9:55:19 AM EST
Why I am glad I don't work with women.
Link Posted: 9/4/2015 9:59:52 AM EST
15 years ago? Sounds like a clapped out badge bunny trying to take a cut of her old fuckbuddy's sweet pension.
Link Posted: 9/4/2015 10:08:49 AM EST
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Originally Posted By FrankDrebin:


No. But the ability to sue for something that happened 15 years ago is bullshit. Memories fade, evidence is lost and it prejudices the defendant's right to a fair trial.
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Originally Posted By FrankDrebin:
Originally Posted By sweatpants:
Originally Posted By cone256:
Sure lets sue for something that happened 15 years ago.


So rape is cool if enough time has passed?


No. But the ability to sue for something that happened 15 years ago is bullshit. Memories fade, evidence is lost and it prejudices the defendant's right to a fair trial.


You seem a little tense..can i interest you in a pudding pop?











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Link Posted: 9/4/2015 10:14:38 AM EST
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You seem a little tense..can i interest you in a pudding pop?



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Originally Posted By FrankDrebin:
Originally Posted By sweatpants:
Originally Posted By cone256:
Sure lets sue for something that happened 15 years ago.


So rape is cool if enough time has passed?


No. But the ability to sue for something that happened 15 years ago is bullshit. Memories fade, evidence is lost and it prejudices the defendant's right to a fair trial.


You seem a little tense..can i interest you in a pudding pop?




Link Posted: 9/4/2015 11:24:31 AM EST
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Originally Posted By Dipper:


If true, she probably wasn't cool with it but was hesitant to bring those charges against a supervisor and she probably needed her job. I don't think it is that cut and dried.
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Originally Posted By Dipper:
Originally Posted By Hyperformer:
Originally Posted By sweatpants:
Originally Posted By cone256:
Sure lets sue for something that happened 15 years ago.


So rape is cool if enough time has passed?



She was cool with it for 15 years?


If true, she probably wasn't cool with it but was hesitant to bring those charges against a supervisor and she probably needed her job. I don't think it is that cut and dried.


Maybe there was a temporary shortage of "good" cops.
Link Posted: 9/4/2015 11:28:57 AM EST
Maybe she should have gone to work at Subway
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