Pretty simple reasoning if you think about it. What would you prefer? For instances like this, and there are likely more than this one, to come out into the open and be reported meaning that innocent people are set free, or for these people to be severely punished and therefore provide a strong incentive to not come out and speak the truth? Stop focusing on vengeance and start looking at justice. Not a perfect form of justice, true, but more justice than innocent people sitting in jail and having a black mark on them for the rest of their lives.
That's a load of shit. Maybe because she came forward she should get a lesser sentence (It only took her 9 fucking years).
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Why do you insist on setting the example that perjury will go unpunished?
If you avoid prosecuting false allegations because of some ungrounded fear then you validate it as a form of retribution. Tell me no one has ever fabricated claims to the police to get back at someone in a bitter divorce and then you might have a point.
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You find where I said she should get a free pass and I'll start addressing your posts.
I would lock her up for life, but that's just me.
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