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False Allegations are Real

Part 1

I know that’s not a popular statement, unfortunately the politicians and media bombard society with propaganda, attempting to brainwash the people to believe that it is extremely rare, and when it comes to sex related cases, they apparently actually are not prosecuting enough people.

This is because their main focus is on targets and headlines, let’s be honest the headline “20% increase in convictions of sex offenders”, for example puts the politicians, police etc in much more esteem with the public, than “20% fall in convictions of sex crimes due to lack of evidence”.

The ‘evidence’ is fundamental in any prosecution case, regardless of the crime committed, and it would be expected that the prosecution would present at least a few of the following.

  • DNA

  • Fingerprints

  • CCTV footage

  • Medical reports/records

  • Numerous witness statements

  • Expert reports

  • Real (tangible) evidence: this is usually a material object of some kind, which is produced for inspection, either to prove that it exists, or so that the court can make an inference as to its condition or value, for example, ripped clothing, a knife or burnt documents.

  • Documentary evidence: documents including digital records of communications, and so on, produced as evidence to the court.

It is after looking at all of the presented evidence, a jury should make its verdict of either innocent or guilty. A guilty verdict should only be reached because the prosecution has proven their case, and the jury believe a person is guilty,

“Beyond reasonable doubt”

This sounds familiar, right?

Well, when it comes to any form of domestic or sex offence, you can throw that list out of the window!

After all, why do you need any evidence, one person’s story is plenty enough. The sad truth is that the majority of these lies come from people that know the accused, they may have been friends once, a disgruntled ex, a family member that you have fallen out with, a neighbour from hell, someone you upset at work, the list goes on!

So, what does the so called ‘victim’ get from making up these lies?

Well, the most obvious answer is money, thousands of pounds of tax payers hard earned money in compensation, even better if they are lucky they can get it without even having to step foot in a courtroom, as even if the CPS decide not to send the case to court, they are still entitled to compensation. If they are unlucky and do have to attend court, they still do not need a guilty verdict, this is because even though the accused has been found ‘not guilty’ it still might have happened!

I know you can’t make this stuff up!

Obviously, it’s not all about money, it could be just because for some reason the accused has upset the ‘victim’. How many times have you heard, or even said “I’ll get my own back” or “they have messed with the wrong person” or “I’ll make their life not worth living”, for example, after all I’m pretty sure we all have at some point.

There was a news article published (link below) on the 29th of March 2022 stating the figures of police accused of domestic abuse, the article was focusing on the lack of prosecutions, and the fact that so many are still working with in the police force.

“Freedom of information requests received from 41 UK police forces reveal that 1,080 (82%) of 1,319 police officers and staff who were reported for alleged domestic abuse were still working at police forces. Just 36 (3%) had been dismissed, while 203 either resigned, retired, or left for other reasons.”

“Almost 400 accusations of domestic abuse were aimed at officers and staff at the Metropolitan Police, with 336 (84%) remaining in their post.”

“The charging and conviction rates for all domestic abuse is a matter of great concern.”

There is of course another way to look at it.

Is the reason that so many have not resulted in prosecution or job loss because they are malicious False Allegations?

For example, there were 400 allegations towards the Metropolitan Police, 336 remained in their posts, I would assume that all the complaints were looked in to and only 64 were found to have any truth to them, therefore.

“336 were False Allegations”

By the same logic the 1319 allegations across 41 UK Police Forces, 1080 remained in their posts, and 239 were found to have any truth to them, therefore.

“1080 were False Allegations”

The fact is, that it is a possibility, and it is still not admitted too, even with these kinds of proven figures, it does beg the question why?

Well, the simple fact is liability, how many cases would have to be reviewed? No one wants to admit how many people have been wrongly found guilty, how many people and their families have had their lives ruined, not to mention the cost of possible compensation claims (if they are lucky) because of their need to meet targets?

We only have to look at the Post Office scandal, which resulted in 700+ sub-postmasters being wrongly accused of theft, fraud, and false accounting. Unfortunately, there have been so many miscarriages of justice;

  • Stefan Kiszko served 16 years in prison after being wrongly convicted of the 1975 murder of the schoolgirl Lesley Molseed in West Yorkshire.

  • Stephen Downing was jailed for 27 years for beating to death the typist Wendy Sewell in Bakewell.

  • Barry George endured two trials for the murder of the TV presenter Jill Dando and was eventually acquitted of the charge in August, eight years after he was jailed.

  • Judith Ward spent 18 years in jail for the IRA killing of 12 people on board an army coach on the M62 in February 1973.

  • Winston Silcott was cleared of murdering the policeman Keith Blakelock during the Broadwater Farm riots in Tottenham in 1985, after new evidence came to light. He spent six years in prison for Blakelock’s murder before successfully appealing. 

  •  Babysitter Suzanne Holdsworth spent three years in prison for murdering Kyle Fisher, a neighbour’s two-year-old son, before she was cleared in a retrial 

  • Angela Cannings was jailed for life in 2002 for murdering her two baby sons but freed the following year after her conviction was overturned on appeal.

  • The solicitor Sally Clark was jailed for murdering her two baby sons and cleared by the appeal court in 2003.

  • Sean Hodgson, also known as Robert Graham Hodgson, was convicted in 1982 of the 1979 murder of Teresa De Simone. After 27 years in jail, he was released on March 18, 2009, by the Court of Appeal

  • The Bridgewater Four were convicted in 1979 of murdering Carl Bridgewater, a 13-year-old paper boy. Patrick Molloy died in jail in 1981. The remaining three were released in 1997 after their convictions were overturned.

  • Paul Blackburn was convicted in 1978 when aged 15 of the attempted murder of a nine-year-old boy and spent more than 25 years in 18 different prisons. He was finally released in May 2005 having served 25 years when the Court of Appeal ruled his trial was unfair.

  • Michael Shirley, a Royal Navy seaman, was convicted of the rape and murder of a 24-year-old barmaid in 1986. After completing the recommended minimum 15 years of his life sentence he maintained his innocence even though this meant he would not be released on parole. In 2002 the case was referred by the CCRC to the Court of Appeal, where the conviction was quashed on the basis of fresh DNA evidence.

  • Cardiff Newsagent Three (Michael O’Brien, Darren Hall and Ellis Sherwood) were falsely jailed in 1990 for the murder of prostitute Lynette White in Cardiff in 1988 and later cleared on appeal due to DNA evidence. In 2003, Jeffrey Gafoor was jailed for life for the murder.

  • Donna Anthony was wrongly jailed in 1998 for the death of her 11-month-old son, and finally released in 2005.

  • Victor Nealon Conviction quashed after an unknown person’s DNA was found on the woman’s clothes. 

  • Siôn Jenkins was acquitted in February 2006 after a second retrial of the 1997 murder of his foster daughter Billie-Jo Jenkins. He was convicted in 1998 but the conviction was quashed in 2004 following a CCRC referral.

  • In 1999 the UK Post Office introduced a computer accounting system named Horizon. By 2013 the system was being used by at least 11,500 branches and was processing some six million transactions every day. From 1999 onwards unexplained discrepancies and losses began to be reported by sub-postmasters. Between 1991 and 2015 there were 918 successful prosecutions.

  • Barri White was jailed for the murder of his girlfriend in Buckinghamshire. He was jailed for life in 2002, only to be freed after being acquitted at retrial.

  • Suzanne Holdsworth served three years of a life sentence after she was convicted in 2005 of murdering Kyle Fisher, a neighbour’s two-year-old son, by repeatedly banging his head against a wooden banister at her home in Hartlepool. She was found not guilty in 2008 by the Court of Appeal after new medical evidence suggested Kyle may have died from an epileptic seizure.

  • Sam Hallam was wrongly jailed for life in 2005 for the murder of Essayas Kassahun. He was released in May 2012 after prosecutors told three senior judges that they would not oppose his appeal.

  • Ched Evans, a professional footballer, was convicted in 2012 for rape. In 2015 the CCRC referred the case to the Court of appeal. In 2016 the Court of Appeal quashed the conviction and ordered a retrial, at which Evans was found not guilty.

I would love to say this is all of them but unfortunately it is not, thousands of people have had their lives ruined, while the authorities do a great impression of an Ostrich!

Can you hand on heart, say that you honestly trust the Justice system?


False Allegations are Real

Part 2

To carry on where I left off, showing how False Allegations are real, and the fact that the Media, Politicians, Judges and anyone else in authority know that it is a common occurrence, but refuse to acknowledge or admit it, due to being held accountable for the huge miscarriage of justice, that has destroyed thousands of lives, so instead the aim is to install fear, so the people are happy the “Targets” are being met, making them feel safer, you have to remember it was only just over a year ago that Baroness Jones was calling for 6pm curfew for men, saying it would;

“Make women a lot safer and reduce discrimination of all kinds”

It is this attitude that is destroying so many lives, could you imagine if a peer of the House of Lords gave a speech saying that all black or Muslim people should be under a 6pm curfew as it would make women feel safer, there would be outcry and a high chance of riots on the streets!

Yes, there are bad ones, but there are bad people in every warp of life, men and women, black and white, Christian and Muslim, the list goes on. It is this acceptance of demonisation of men by society that makes the process of a false allegation so easy, especially in relation to domestic and sexual accusations.

The argument, or I will use its correct term “propaganda” that false allegations are rare just doesn’t work, after all how would the authorities know if it was a false allegation, when they do not require any evidence?

It has literally become a witch hunt, guilt is assumed because it is a man, and as the narrative states

“We should be scared; all men are predators”

It is very similar to when a woman was accused of being a witch, caused by hysteria created by the religious leaders as they felt their authority was being threatened.

“Those accused of witchcraft were typically women who lived alone and just outside primary social circles, which were dictated by religion. Because there was little anyone could do to disprove that a woman was a witch, it was a prime way to eliminate foes.”

Is it just me or does this seem familiar?

If you add to this the levels that the authorities will go to protect themselves, so that their authority remains consistent and unthreatened, is it really any surprise that these Miscarriages of Justice are just swept under the rug?

After all we only have to look at Lord Denning, who has been described as the most influential judge of the 20th century. Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher referred to Denning as “Probably the greatest English judge of modern times” and Prime Minister Tony Blair lauded him as “One of the great men of his age”.

Lord Denning, who is described as a “great man” said in 1988.

Lord Denning talking about the Birmingham Six

These are the people who make the law, I know that they cannot be trusted, let’s be honest they just want to keep their own position of power, it’s not like it is their lives that are being destroyed!


False Allegations are Real

Part 3

The stance that government, politicians, courts, media etc, all take is that false allegations are extremely rare. The public perception that the authorities are reaching the targets it has set, is their priority, the need for evidence is not.

Since the Saville inquiry in 2012, and the justified outrage by the public the authorities have been attempting to claw back their reputation. This has resulted in the unjust bias of “believe the victim”, the term ‘victim’ is important, as it automatically assumes the guilt of the accused, rather than the term ‘complainant’ which in criminal law, means someone who reports wrongdoing to law enforcement.

This creates an impression on society, when the ‘complainant’ is reported in the media as the ‘victim’ it generates a ‘subliminal bias’ which influences people’s opinions unknowingly.

This and the propaganda to persuade the public that all men are predators, has resulted in a sexist prejudice, which for some reason is perfectly acceptable, this has evolved to the point that evidence is no longer required, just one person’s story. This is justified with the argument of,

Why would she lie?

As obviously women don’t lie, honest. So, working on that basis headlines like the one below that was published on the 8th of April 2022 wouldn’t happen, because after all, why would she lie?

It is reported in the article (the link is above) that the Judge said to the lying woman,

“I also find it rather concerning that I have read in your pre-sentence report that you admit to the author it was a conscious decision. You said, ‘he was a stranger, I did not care who he was, I just wanted money’.

Unfortunately, this woman is not alone, there are many others.

If you are a woman who, for whatever reason wants revenge/money or just to destroy a man’s life, there is advice on how to do it, even though women don’t do it, obviously.

Below is a book, or should I say a handbook explaining how to destroy a man’s life, again not that a woman would, as the current narrative is, women are the ‘victims’, when it suits them at least.


If you really want to see it to believe it, if you go to the link above you can download a free copy of this misandrist hatred, that supports things that do not happen, apparently.

However, if you are not a great reader, you could always watch the video, aptly named “How to ruin someone’s life for free”.

So other than the fact,

  • no evidence is needed

  • targets need to be met

  • 1000+ proven miscarriages of justice

  • misandrist hatred bias propaganda

  • liability compensation claims

  • public opinion

  • and various other motive justifications.

There really is no reason to believe that the powers that be would have any reason to lie and try to cover up the numbers of false allegations that occur every year, after all, even if the allegation doesn’t end up with a guilty verdict the damage is already done.

The damage is explained by Judge Shaun Smith QC who said in the case above,

“What you did to (the victim) was despicable. It was horrible and it potentially could have been life destroying. People branded as paedophiles when they are not cannot get rid of that for the rest of their lives. Fortunately, it did not get to that level but threaten him is what you did.”

So, for something that doesn’t happen, there is certainly help out there to achieve a goal, that no-one wants to achieve.

Well except for the women in the articles below, who have all been found guilty of false allegations, that’s right, those things that don’t happen!

Jemma Beale, 25, from west London, invented four separate incidents of sexual assault,

Laura Hood will be sentenced in August after being found guilty of perverting the course of justice, by making a false rape allegation.

South Wales police officer guilty of falsely accusing student.

A British woman, 19, is found guilty over lying about being gang-raped in Ayia Napa, Cyprus

Rhiannon Brooker, a Law student from South Gloucestershire who falsely accused her boyfriend of rape

THE trial of a woman accused of making false claims of rape, sexual assault and human trafficking

Jemma Beale a woman from South Gloucestershire who falsely accused her boyfriend of rape

A WOMAN who fabricated a fake campaign of harassment against herself wasted hundreds of hours of police time

A woman who falsely claimed she was raped “for attention-seeking purposes” has been given a suspended sentence.

Gail Sherwood, 52, A woman from Gloucestershire who falsely claimed to have been raped is found guilty of perverting the course of justice.

Elizabeth Ward made repeated false claims of being the victim of sex attacks

A woman was today branded “wicked” and a “skilful actress” as she was jailed for one year for making false rape allegations

A woman arrested, 52 false allegations being examined by police.

Woman guilty of false rape claims

A woman made false accusations of sexual abuse aimed at social worker

A woman jailed for five years after falsely accusing a soldier of rape has lost an appeal against her sentence.

 A BARROW woman has appeared in court accused of falsely alleging five men had raped her.

Slough man jailed after helping woman create false allegations of kidnapping and rape

Leanne Richardson, of North Shields, was prosecuted for perverting the course of justice after falsely claiming a man had set up a fake Facebook profile to contact her work colleagues

A 20-YEAR-OLD woman has been found guilty of lying about being raped in the toilets at Basildon railway station.

A “poisonous” ex-girlfriend sent herself threats from fake Instagram accounts to get an innocent man locked up.

Do you still believe that false allegations are extremely rare?

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