December 13, 2010

DOUG MATACONIS: The Julian Assange Case, Consent, And Rape. “There is a real danger that the ‘withdrawal of consent’ standard that Valenti and others like her would like to see implemented in the United States would result in laws that are so vague that it would be impossible for a reasonable person to know that they’re committing a crime, especially when the question of whether or not a crime was committed boils down to a ‘he said/she said’ scenario.”

That’s okay, we’ll only prosecute people who are unpopular, or that the authorities don’t like.

Related: “If Assange is convicted of rape, then we are all rapists now.”

And I’m claiming complete vindication regarding my statement about that woman who went around poking holes in condoms. Can I call ’em, or what?

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