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    Default *trigger warning* Three sisters shared blame for their rapes

    Quote Originally Posted by Atropos View Post
    Effing outrageous So sick of victim blaming. You should not have to lock your door in your home to avoid rape..
    Totally Agree!!!

    Its not up to the kids to lock their doors! plus how many kids have locks on their door in the first place?

    This family has been kind enough to let this boy into their house! He should of respected them!

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    Default *trigger warning* Three sisters shared blame for their rapes

    Sick.
    What's even more sick is after all that he is let back out into the public.. To do it again..
    I feel sorrow for his next victim

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    Default Re: *trigger warning* Three sisters shared blame for their rapes

    Wow the **** that wrote that needs a bullet.
    It is not the girls.or foster carrers faults
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    You know what? I used to think it would be nice to foster a child. I knew it could be difficult, but so many children need some love and stability.

    Now?

    No freaking way in hell.


    Aren't they the child safety department? Why aren't they keeping children SAFE instead of blaming them?

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    Whilst this is utterly disgusting - victim blaming is rife in the community and even here in BH land.

    I am so saddened for these victims of SA, but am no longer surprised.

    There is a trial ATM in USA where a woman was raped as a child by her teacher and she immediately told another teacher who also then raped her. The school district are blaming her and are count suing her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Missbean View Post
    You know what? I used to think it would be nice to foster a child. I knew it could be difficult, but so many children need some love and stability.

    Now?

    No freaking way in hell.


    Aren't they the child safety department? Why aren't they keeping children SAFE instead of blaming them?
    Dp and I have discussed fostering in the future but these cases are making that decision harder. Which is sad because the majority of kids who need foster homes are good and they are they ones who will suffer because of the actions of a minority.
    As for the judge? How dare he blame those girls! Why should they have to lock their doors?

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    Default Re: *trigger warning* Three sisters shared blame for their rapes

    If they had no idea about the boy's previous history, why on earth would they have locks on bedroom doors? For a judge to say that they should have locked their doors is redundant. How many houses have locks on bedroom doors? Isn't it more of a fire danger?

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    Default Re: *trigger warning* Three sisters shared blame for their rapes

    Quote Originally Posted by mrsdj1234 View Post
    If they had no idea about the boy's previous history, why on earth would they have locks on bedroom doors? For a judge to say that they should have locked their doors is redundant. How many houses have locks on bedroom doors? Isn't it more of a fire danger?

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    Its because they should have known they were girls and therefore like a lolly bowl there for anyone to take. The silly girls and their parents should have known better.

    ^Sarcasm by the way.

    Sounds like the (ETA) child safety was trying to justify their own behaviour. What a disgusting thing to do. Blame the victim and parents for trying to do the right thing. How where the family meant to know. Grrr.

    ETA edited to correct myself.

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    Default *trigger warning* Three sisters shared blame for their rapes

    Where does it say the judge said that? I thought it was the lawyers for docs making that statements, obviously to reduce liability


 

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