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Main / Re: Still open?
Nov 18, 2017, 12:36 AM
 yep...Still here...kinda
Woman convicted of sexual assault in HIV-disclosure case appeals to Supreme Court

A Manitoba woman convicted of aggravated sexual assault and sent to jail for not telling a sex partner she had HIV is hoping to bring an appeal of her controversial case to the Supreme Court of Canada.

Marjorie Schenkels has filed an appeal application with Canada's top court just a few weeks after Manitoba's Court of Appeal refused to grant her a new trial.

The provincial appeals court did agree on Thursday, however, to grant Schenkels bail from the Women's Correctional Centre near Headingley, pending a decision by the Supreme Court on whether it will hear her case.

Schenkels was convicted by a jury and sentenced in 2016 to two years less a day in jail plus probation to follow.

She had unprotected sex with a friend three times and didn't tell him of her medical status out of fear. The man she had sex with tested positive for HIV in 2011. Schenkels didn't concede during her trial that she'd infected him.

Her provincial appeal was mainly fought on two grounds -- that her rights were breached because her case took so long to get to trial, and that the Crown failed to prove beyond a reasonable doubt the victim was HIV-negative before he and Schenkels had unprotected sex.

The Crown argued its job was to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that Schenkels could have infected the complainant.

"There was no evidence presented to the court that HIV could have been transmitted any other way," prosecutors said. The victim did not inject drugs and there was no evidence to suggest he was having sexual relations with anyone else during that time, said the Crown.

The Manitoba appeals court agreed.

Woman charged with 1st-degree murder in death of Toronto-born law professor Dan Markel
Katherine Magbanua was in relationship with brother of deceased's ex-wife, police say

A woman arrested in the death of a Canadian legal scholar in Florida has been charged with first-degree murder for her alleged role in what investigators have suggested was a murder-for-hire rooted in a bitter divorce.

 A U.S. grand jury indicted Katherine Magbanua this week in the 2014 killing of Dan Markel, a law professor at Florida State University who was born in Toronto.

Magbanua -- the third person arrested in the case -- was initially taken into custody and charged with second-degree murder in October.
lots more;
Main / Poor boy..
Nov 30, 2016, 09:09 PM
Ryan Lovett described as 'a beautiful endurer of abuse' at mother's trial
Barbara La Pointe testifies she tried to get Lovett to take boy for medical help, but offer refused

"Tamara Lovett, the Calgary woman accused of failing to properly care for her seven-year-old son, refused a friend's offer to take the boy for medical help on the day he died in 2013.

Barbara La Pointe testified in court Wednesday that she befriended Lovett and her son Ryan, whom she described as "a beautiful endurer of abuse" who lived in the "darkest realms of poverty."

She said she met the pair about a year and a half before Ryan's death on March 2, 2013, and took the child under her wing. At the time of his death, the boy had meningitis, pneumonia and a strep infection.

His mother is facing two charges -- failing to provide the necessaries of life and criminal negligence causing death -- for refusing to take the boy to a doctor."
Main / Re: Dental Hell
Nov 12, 2016, 08:06 PM
 I am going through the same type of hell with my teeth. Being on disability,I have no dental coverage and I don't make enough to claim it on my taxes.

 I just shattered a tooth eating a f'n rib with a tiny hidden bone it. My dentist was good enough to let me make payment's. Well over $2000.

Main / Trump
Nov 12, 2016, 08:01 PM
 I am north of the border but I see the havoc the leftist's are causing because Hillary lost the election.

  Is it me or are they just really fighting against a democracy?

 I have never seen anyone on the right or centre pull tantrum's because they did not get their way.

Main / Re: Some difficulties
Nov 12, 2016, 07:58 PM
Hm... this is the best forum i've found for the MRM. I'd prefer you keep it alive and going.
I second this.
Main / Re: Red Pill Movie
Nov 12, 2016, 07:56 PM
 I would love to see this.
Main / Re: Some difficulties
Sep 03, 2016, 01:22 AM
 Do what you gotta do dr e.

 But let me thank you for being here when I needed it.

 I have learned so much over the past 7-8 year's.

 This was the first site I found and it was a blessing to know that I wasn't alone at the the time.

 Thank you again.
Main / Re: The fat lady hasn't sung yet ...
Sep 02, 2015, 08:20 PM
 First time I have checked in in a while.

 Was attempting to get mensrights-help going but as with a lot of sites lately everything is pretty slow or almost dead.

Been doing a lot more fishing and stuff and starting to move on with my life.
No one gives a flying fuck about men's issues anyways. The feminist's could lead men into a burning ring of fire and the the men would willingly go. Not only willingly but lining up for it.
I've never seen the Vagina Monologues. Perhaps I'm incurious, but I just never had any interest in sitting through segments with titles like The little coochie snorcher that could.

But its popularity was encouraging; social conservative groups tried to ban the play for years, and I'm all for anything that any group wants to ban.

Censorship, though, has triumphed. The students of Mount Holyoke College in Massachusetts this year decided to cancel a performance of the play.

Oh, not because it glorifies female lust or masturbation or lesbianism. The young progressives at Holyoke decreed that it discriminates against women who don't have vaginas.
Main / The Crazy World of Feminist Theater
Feb 27, 2015, 01:13 AM
Remove all pet's before clicking links;

Feminist 'Music' is the Funniest Thing Ever!

The Crazy World of Feminist Theater
Main / Re: Can a fart be misogynist?
Jan 06, 2015, 11:55 AM
That page is funny as hell Outdoors!  Who wrote that piece?  Do  you know them?
I ran into it by accident through another site.