11 false rape claims lead to jail

Solent, via The Telegraph

Solent, via The Telegraph

She started at age 13, and at age 22 finds herself in jail for 11 false rape claims in less than 10 years.  I bet she ruined a few lives along the way.  

Andrew Hough at The Telegraph reports

Elizabeth Jones, 22, admitted she lied about the latest rape allegation because she “did not like” the man she accused of attacking her, Southampton Crown Court was told.

Her latest victim, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was arrested and questioned for nine hours before being released without charge.

After a judge jailed her for 16 months, it emerged today that she made her first complaint in 2004 aged just 13 before alleging other men had attacked her over the next nine years.

In 2009 she was given a ten month detention and training order for a similar offence.

Between 2005 and 2007 she had made eight other allegations, which police investigated, but she was never charged.

She’s as mad as a meat axe.

Do you think jail is the right place for her?

 


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  • shit who would want to rape that…

    • legion

      You ain’t no oil painting yerself…………….

      • and that’s exactly why i don’t go around claiming that everyone wants to rape me. i have a firm grasp of reality.

    • Mr_Blobby

      No but if you said no to it, you would be accused of rape.

  • Cadwallader

    Yes!

  • Saccharomyces

    They should’ve figured that one out quick, who would want to stick anthing near that!

    • Mr_Blobby

      The problem comes when alcohol is involved , the IQ drops sharply, and at closing time everything looks good.Then next morning everyone has regrets. Bang he must have raped me.

      • blokeintakapuna

        yeah – but who can ever get THAT drunk?

        • TeacherUnionsRscum

          a 2 at 10 becomes a 10 at 2

  • BJ

    Those that cry wolf…………

  • blokeintakapuna

    Clearly she has issues. Yes, she needs jail as an effective deterant where she should also receive proper councelling and help for her pathological lying.

    I can also think of a few left-leaning politicians who could do with a stretch for their pathological lying and deceit also..

  • HaydenNZ

    A girl did this to my granddad many years ago. He was the second person she did it to. The police didn’t know this though, and it ended up going to court. After a two year battle, he had lost his house and savings. He also had a heart attack towards the end (He’s still alive).

    This women then just up and left and did a similar complaint in Australia.

    They need to nail people like this, hard. 16 months? Give me a break. This shit ruins peoples lives.

    He was retired and had to start working again. He’s 70 and still working as he has nothing. He had a beach side property that he had retired to. He lost it. He hosted overseas students. Trying to do a good thing and this is what happens.

    • Mitch82

      That sucks man. Double whammy having to go through having your reputation ruined, and losing your savings/assets trying to defend yourself.

      • Marc Williams

        Yes it’s a reflection on our legal industry that the only way to get justice now is if you can afford to pay for it – about $12,000 for a day in the High Court. You know it’s not even worth trying when the other party is either the Government (including clients on legal aid), or a Corporation. I think it is a disgrace that politicians have allowed the legal profession to gain such a stranglehold for the ordinary citizen. Look at how much it has cost Susan Couch to get a little justice – and that is only because (rare) ethical lawyers stepped in to donate or subsidise their time. True justice for all in NZ is a sad joke.

        • Don’t blame the lawyers because of what the government has created. Lawyers just follow the rules, it’s successive governments who have set the rules. And this isn’t an NZ thing but international.

          Unfortunately its balancing act of prosecuting and protection. While I’d like to see people like this who blatantly lie about rape going to jail for the same period of time as someone who is convicted of rape, this would discourage actual victims from coming forward as they would be afraid of not being believed and being sent to jail for years.

          • parorchestia

            I think the Justice Department should be privatised. They are hopelessly inefficient and this is one of the main causes of high costs. Judges could still be independent etc.

  • Lion_ess

    Making (false) rape complaints is fairly common in young teenage girls experiencing self-esteem and other issues which can include a desire to be “liked” by their peers, or just piggish ugliness like the one in the photo. Instantly these molls become the “victim”, and their accused the “perpetrator”, with complaints that are virtually impossible to disprove.
    The “victims” gain sympathy and attention while extracting revenge on some poor unsuspecting clot, who had the misfortune of becoming briefly, sexually entangled with them.
    Trailer-trash – best place for them is the tip!

    • DavidKNZ

      “Making (false) rape complaints is fairly common in young teenage girls experiencing self-esteem and other issues”
      This is not a trivial issue. I had a close family member falsely accused in this way by a young teenage girl. It cost him his life :-(

      • Lion_ess

        I wasn’t suggesting it was trivial David, just that this is far more common than people realise because these matters are dealt with in the Youth Courts.
        This happened to my 14 year old son, and it nearly cost him his life as well.

        • DavidKNZ

          Perhaps if the sentences handed down for false rape complaints were the same as those handed down for true rape complaints , there would be a lot less malicious mischief ??

  • steve and monique

    Leave her in there to rot

  • PlanetOrphan

    I’d say the Police have a fairly accurate understanding of her psychology, so yes prison is probably the best answer for her.

  • HtD

    Yes, jail. Longer than that, though. This crap makes jurors all the more sceptical about genuine victims and contributes to rapists going free, thus twice victimising genuine victims.

  • James M

    I’m willing to believe that these rape cases were real, but she’s swapped who was raping who in her stories.

  • I think these people should get the same sentence that the accused would have got if he was found guilty. i.e. around 7 years (In the UK.)

    • That would discourage true victims who might be worried they won’t be believed, and as a result might get jailed.

  • And when a genuine claimant comes around, they find it harder to be believed.

  • Richard McGrath

    I believe restorative justice should be a priority – she should have to pay damages and costs to those falsely accused.

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