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Unfortunately, the letter refers to the "Removing Barriers to Colorectal Cancer Screening Act" rather than the topic of my email, which is "Obama's FY 2016 budget eliminating all funding for CDC prostate cancer program".Unfortunately for you, but it was fully intentional on his side.
Burger's wife told the officer they'd been arguing all day. The arguing escalated when Burger allegedly began videotaping his wife during an argument. She threw a plastic Vaseline jar at him, hitting him in the stomach from about ten feet away. After that, Burger's wife told police that Burger physically attacked her, dropping his cell phone, charging at her and punching her in the face. She said the blow knocked her to the floor, after which Burger allegedly pinned her arms down with his knees. She says she fought back, but then says Burger pushed and pressed her face into the rug as she tried to get him off of her.There's not much love in me towards the police, but this is pretty typical: she assaulted him first. His mistake was responding in kind -- he should have arrested her for domestic battery. Of course his cop buddies would have laughed at him -- but they weren't laughing when arrested him.
needy and clingy, non-motivated p*ssies
I still read along.
I'd probably call it a day if I just got handed a billion dollars.
Sexual assault victims don't have the luxury of averting the ordeal. Without their testimony there is no case.
Those brave enough to make a police complaint, knowing they must submit to invasive investigation yet still courageous enough to testify, are routinely shredded, attacked on credibility, depicted as promiscuous or morning-after regretful.
Cross-examination is by definition confrontational. This is justified as getting at the truth but it's really about blurring the truth. It's about poking holes of doubt and then stretching them so that the entire case is rendered misshapen. He said. She said. But what he says -- or doesn't say, if the accused stays off the stand -- is held to a higher standard of reliability. What she says is vehemently dismantled.
Does she look like a likely suspect for a sexual assault? She's a beast!
Suspects interviewed by police all denied raping McGinnis, saying the sex was consensual