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Re: Worst of Social Justice III
« Reply #45 on: April 13, 2019, 04:42:16 pm »
Now is a good time to explain why it’s better to believe the accuser/victim even if there’s no proof

It’s safer. That’s it. What more do you need?

It safer because if the proof or any sort of confirmation comes to light then we are able to stop a criminal before they claim anymore victims. Putting the light on them will stop them from going any further, doing something similar to someone else, and/or trying to silence the initial accuser. Above all, it would also warn others to be cautious and to not allow for it to happen to them by taking (extra) precautionary measures.

But what if the allegation actually proves to be false?

A ruined reputation. That’s really it. Yes, it may be oversimplifying it but it is recoverable, you can move on from it. Especially celebrities. They have connections + the money to make it all go away (which is all the more reason to side with the victim until things are confirmed) + loyal fans that don’t care whether or not they are criminals. Look at all the celebrity r*pists/abusers (that have plenty of evidence proves they are) still having a career and thriving today.

Tell me what matters more: Someone’s safety or someone’s reputation?

I got two words for this nonsense: Brian Banks.
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