>>396372>But in the vast majority of cases such evidence is simply not available.
the vast majority of rape cases don't have evidence either. Does that mean we should make rape legal and refuse to prosecute even when we DO have that evidence?>>396372> Someone gets accused of a rape they didn't commit, if they are acquitted then they may press charges against the victim for a false accusation.
people can't press charges, the prosecutor has to do that. And nobody would get prosecuted because they couldn't prove they were raped, we're talking about if we can prove they were lying>Now the rape victim is being pressured into confessing to a crime they didn't commit in the hopes of getting a more lenient sentencing
which happens all the time to males. Look up Brian Banks, he was a famous case where he spent 5 years in prison because he accepted a plea bargain even though he was innocent. Why shouldn't the cunt that falsely accused him go to prison? The guy was about to live the dream life as an NFL player, why is it okay that she ruined his life like that?>>396179
the cost of investigating a false rape accusation wouldn't be more than the cost of investigating other crimes. This has nothing to do with cost, literally the only question you need to ask is:>Should we allow women to get away with ruining innocent men's lives?
and if you say "yes" it's because you're a misandrist.>>396222
Proving it false isn't any more difficult than proving it true though.>And this isn't even getting into cases where the rapist was correctly identified but they weren't convicted.
we're not getting into it because those cases have nothing to do with the laws we're talking about, it's an excuse for misandrists to oppose this law.