In Contempt of Humanity, Judge Deni and definitions

rape1      [reyp] Pronunciation KeyShow IPA Pronunciation noun, verb, raped, rap·ing.

–noun

1. the unlawful compelling of a woman through physical force or duress to have sexual intercourse.
2. any act of sexual intercourse that is forced upon a person.
3. statutory rape.
4. an act of plunder, violent seizure, or abuse; despoliation; violation: the rape of the countryside.
5. Archaic. the act of seizing and carrying off by force.

–verb (used with object)

6. to force to have sexual intercourse.
7. to plunder (a place); despoil.
8. to seize, take, or carry off by force.

–verb (used without object)

9. to commit rape.


Judge Deni should have to look no further than the first line in the dictionary of the definition of rape.  When physical force and/or duress became involved it became rape.  When the victim was in a position where sex was forced upon her against her will, without her consent, that was rape.  Consent is active not passive.  Unless the victim said yes to having sex with all of the men, which she did not, the answer is no.  No means no.  Anything short of yes is no.  Money means nothing if it is against a person’s will.

 

Judge Deni needs to look no farther than at herself.  If a group of thugs decides that they find her to be the person they want sexual intercourse with and take it from her and when they are finished give her money or leave money next to her as she tries to recover from brutal sexual assault by multiple perps they are rapists and she would see it in no other sense.  She wouldn’t say that it was acceptable even though it was against her will just because they chose to take it from her but gave her money.  It would all be rape simply because she did not consent and nothing changes that.  If this happened to her, she would expect law enforcement and her judicial colleagues to do their jobs and define the crime based upon consent.  That money left laying beside her is not active consent.  It isn’t even passive consent.  It is irrelevant because she did not consent.  Judge Deni looks at the victim with this contempt because she feels that as a judge and a member of societies elite that she is exempt from being raped.  She is not.  It can happen to any of us.  But because the victim was a sex worker, judge Deni places the victim in a lower category.  Judge Deni fails to realize that if she is walking to her car and an attacker forces her to have sex and forces her to say she consents, or for any given reason she does not specifically tell him no, such as fear for her life, that she can be raped.  No judicial exclusion exists.  If she says no and the rapist says yes, that is still rape.

 

Unless active consent exists, which it did not, than the victim is raped.   Sex workers face rape as an occupational hazard.  It shouldn’t be.  But it is.  No occupation, no act, nothing is valid as a reason to force anyone into sex.

 

Judge Deni can not interpret law.  She can’t even interpret line one from Webster’s.

 

Judge Deni is as guilty as any rapist because her legal determination and actions interpreted passive consent as consent.   In some ways she is worse than the rapists because she just gave a blank check to rapists.  She set a precedent.  A horrible dangerous one that puts women worldwide in danger.

 

She clearly is unfit to be a judge.  Judge Deni needs to evaluate her own humanity and whether it exists in her.

 

Each of us has to worry more when we walk alone at night, wear a skirt, wear makeup, do anything that may provoke a man to rape us because Judge Deni just made us all responsible for male sexuality and coercion through her actions.

 

Judge Deni, you are in contempt of humanity.

5 Responses

  1. yes, her law school should be ashamed of her, her legal cohorts should be ashamed of her, her city should be ashamed of her, and further more, she should be ashamed of her.

    Yet, she sleeps fine at night?

  2. Believe me, her city is ashamed of her! I just hope we’ve reached enough of its voters. I don’t think anyone who knows anything about this would knowingly vote for her retention but there’s bound to be a lot of people who haven’t heard all this yet.

    Here’s hoping that after tomorrow she has a whole lot more time on her hands to get that sleep she’s so fond of.

  3. Mattie: Indeed

  4. “Judge Deni, you are in contempt of humanity.”

    Well said.

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