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Oct 11 2018

False #MeToo Allegations Rack Police Department

Even when false #MeToo allegations are refuted, the damage they inflict can be substantial. Ask Brett Kavanaugh’s family, or former Bellevue, Washington police officer John Kivlin, who spent 49 days in jail over bogus rape allegations:

Kivlin was one of three members of the Bellevue Police Department who was accused of sexual misconduct by the same woman, KING reported.

Although a forensic investigation has cleared him, the false accusations cost Kivlin his job.

[T]he Issaquah woman has a history of seeking out men on Craig’s List and then falsely reporting those consensual encounters as rape, the Seattle Times reported.

Something is very wrong when people can keep doing this long enough to establish a history of it.

The woman also accused Bellevue Police Chief Steve Mylett and another detective in the same department of raping her, sources close to the investigation told KING.

Chief Mylett has been on leave because of the allegation, despite the absence of evidence against him.

During the course of the investigation, detectives learned the 44-year-old woman had also made false rape accusations on two prior occasions in 2009 and 2010.

That can’t be true. We have been told that women never lie about these things.

The accuser actually did have a consensual extramarital affair with Kivlin. The silver lining to #MeToo mania is that it often (although not always) targets men who have good reason to reform their behavior.

But by now the phenomenon has jumped the shark. Don’t #BelieveWomen or anyone else until they present some evidence.

As is too often the case, it appears that only the wrongly accused suffer consequences, not their accusers:

King County Sheriff’s Sergeant Ryan Abbott said that investigators had not recommended charging the woman, even for her false allegations, due to concerns about her mental health, the Seattle Times reported.

In the unlikely event anyone tries to hold her accountable for her lies before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Christine Blasey Ford is well positioned to use the same defense.

On a tip from Artfldgr.




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