Jane Last Twitter Email. The mother of a Scottish teenage rape victim who took her own life after being forced to hold up her underwear in court has said she is "appalled" by the recent case in this country that has prompted widespread protests. Women in Ireland and across the world have shared images of their underwear on Twitter, with the hashtag ThisIsNotConsent, following a case in Cork in which a senior defence counsel used an alleged rape victim's choice of underwear - in this case a thong - to argue that she consented to sex. The case has some parallels with a trial in Scotland in , when a year-old boy was found guilty of raping Lindsay Armstrong During the trial, the year-old was asked to hold up her thong, and read the slogan on the front which said 'Little Devil'. Her mother - Linda Armstrong - said she assumed the experience her late daughter endured in relation to her underwear was something that no longer happened.
A woman who was spared jail for crying rape stripped off a young child before filming her and posting the images online. The year-old carried out the abuse on various occasions between January and November 4 last year, and was only caught after the little girl confided in her brother, who told her mum. Sentence was deferred until yesterday for background reports to be carried out into her character. However the case was further deferred when Sheriff William Summers heard the social workers felt she was at risk of offending again. Main admitted three charges, which involved taking indecent images of a child, having these images in her possession and distributing them over a 10 month period. She also sexually abused the girl by inducing her to remove her clothing until she was completely naked and touching her on the upper part of her body over her clothes. Main also admitted breaching the bail conditions placed on her when she first appeared in court in private on these charges.
Ally Wakefield, 13, says she was injured after being forced into an intense stretch. A series of disturbing videos obtained by Denver news station KUSA appear to show a high school cheerleading coach forcing girls into splits while they scream in pain and beg for the stretching to stop. On Thursday, the Denver Police Department announced that it has opened its own investigation into the incidents. Now, KUSA has reported that the coach who appears in the videos was fired from a previous job for doing the exact same thing.
CNN A photo of a little boy crying in a cage is being shared on social media as seemingly another heart-rending byproduct of the White House's "zero tolerance" immigration policy, which separates undocumented parents and kids at the border. This is what happens when a government believes people are "illegal. Stars Screen Binge Culture Media.