Browsing All posts tagged under »restraining order injustice«

Why Lying Women Don’t Cry Rape All the Time (Including Testimony by a Real, Live Lying Woman)

June 25, 2019

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A rhetorical catfight has been waged for years on the Internet between injured men and injured women or people who advocate on behalf of injured women. It’s a logical mare’s nest. Untold men (and women) have been wronged by casually abused and abusive procedures of law whose genesis owes to rabid feminist politicking at the […]

Presumed Guilty: On How Restraining Order Laws Enable and Promote Abuse

November 11, 2013

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I’ve had occasion in the last few months to scrutinize my own state’s (Arizona’s) restraining order statutes, which are a study in prejudice, civil rights compromises, and politically coerced naïvety. Their outdated perspective fails even to acknowledge the possibility of misuse let alone recognize the need for remedial actions to undo it. Restraining orders are […]