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  • Feminist fails to raise enough other people's money for her private prosecution case

    When the fundraiser for this was announced it was put on main news broadcasts with long articles and interviews describing it as a new movement for private prosecutions where the system was too cowardly and corrupt to support women.

    Now it falls flat - she failed to reach her 100K target, she's now blaming the police... apparently they can bungle it up even after she's doing it without them.

    Perhaps a good sign that this is failing despite a massive push on the news.
    Emily Hunt, 39 – who was shocked to see police files that reportedly called her ‘obstructive’ and ‘difficult’ – says officers ‘simply did not like me’.
    "...especially when it comes to communication, it can be observed, if it is not a negotiation it's a war."
    Originally posted by menrppl2
    Can't live with em, life is great without them.

  • #2
    This is rich.

    she did not immediately hand over her clothes and declined to undergo initial forensic tests.
    a QC specialising in sex crimes, who was hired with cash from her fighting fund, examined the police dossier and concluded any further legal fight is doomed.
    Why?

    the Crown Prosecution Service had said there was 'insufficient evidence' for a realistic prospect of a guilty verdict
    She didn't want to provide evidence but blames them for not prosecuting which they did because there was insufficient evidence. Also, the money was raised for her legal fees to prosecute this guy, right?

    She said most of the £27,000 she raised has been spent on her legal costs, as well as marketing for her campaigning work.
    So why was it spent on campaigning instead? And what else was it spent on?

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    • #3
      She got a lot of free publicity, as I recall the British Police and Crown Prosection around that time were facing a 'scandal' around a large number of unsafe prosecutions of males for sexual assault and rape. I put scandal in quotes because it literally didn't get any main feature articles, so less of a scandal as much as lit match that was put out. This woman was trotted out around that time, the media went into action burying the report under various victim ignored scandals they raised. This feminist fraudster picked her zeitgeist moment well, as I recall in the news interview they were talking about £100K per private prosecution and they had 2 they wanted to make happen. This is literally ITN / BBC wanting to support and enable private prosecutions, looks like the £27K raised rather underwhelmed them. The campaigning was related to this, raising money for an ongoing fund to raise private prosecutions against men they accused of sex crimes. This thing should fail noisily but it won't, most media will bury this and move on to the next dirty trick.
      "...especially when it comes to communication, it can be observed, if it is not a negotiation it's a war."
      Originally posted by menrppl2
      Can't live with em, life is great without them.

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