False accusers come in all professions, even cops. Public Corruption hound-dog Michael Conzachi reports on a case in L.A.
A West Point Cadet has been acquitted of Sexual Assault in a Court-Martial. Former Army veteran Michael Conzachi asks why the case was brought before a court-martial in the first place.
Michael Conzachi reports on the recent Department of Defense decision to open all military combat jobs to women in 2016; a decision that the shrill feminist equality cottage industry may soon regret.
False reports of domestic and sexual violence are a common occurrence. AVFM contributor Michael Conzachi provides another example of a false report of a crime by a woman that could have gotten somebody killed
Violating due process rights on college campuses? The rape hysterics have no problem with this.
Sailors get more time with their new family members, as long as the sailor has a vagina.
Brave new sexual assault laws offer no protection against false allegations, because women never lie about rape.
In the case of Mary Alan Nolan, a corrupt member of the legal system faced some accountability–although still not enough.
In recent weeks and months, there has been a flurry of activity regarding the investigation of sexual assault allegations on college campuses. The entire apparatus is the most doomed since the invention of the square wheel, and the clapper.
None of us can Monday morning quarterback every situation, but the case of Julie Schenecker leaves us asking: had she been a man and her spouse a woman, would her trial have looked anything like it did?