AWESOME! Law Professor Falsely Accused of Rape Wins $1.2 Million Defamation Judgment Against Accuser

#Believeallwomen right? Oh, wait. Since Tara Reade came along and put feminists in a tough spot by accusing Joe Biden, #believeallwomen is supposed to be some kind of right-wing plot despite the fact that feminists were the ones that made it popular. Now it’s #believewomen, as if that’s really any different. Even if we use the hashtag #believewomen, this woman we’re supposed to believe lied through her teeth, got caught, and is being hit with the sort of punishment all women that lie about rape should face (after the jail sentences they deserve):

A University of Minnesota law professor who was falsely accused of rape in 2017 won a $1.2 million defamation lawsuit filed against his accuser.

…According to court records, Parisi and Wright met in 2014 and began an intimate relationship. Later that year, the two agreed to purchase a condo together, but the relationship soon fell apart completely and the prospective property became the subject of several protracted lawsuits.

Two weeks after the Minnesota Court of Appeals sided with Parisi in the property dispute in the summer of 2016, Wright filed a police report claiming that Parisi raped her in January of the prior year.

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“The rape allegation was jaw-dropping,” local news outlet Fox9 reported. “Wright claimed Parisi had anally raped her, smashing her face into a concrete floor. She claimed the attack left her with three broken teeth, a prolapsed rectum, and a damaged colon.”

…Parisi spent three weeks in prison – during which time he was unable to be with his mother when she passed away – before the County Attorney’s Office dropped the charges due to a complete lack of evidence.

Prosecutors in the case privately conceded that there was absolutely no evidence against Parisi.

Isn’t it funny how this guy went to jail despite the fact that the prosecutors conceded there was no evidence her story was true? Guess they decided to #believewomen and wrecked his life in the process. That’s what happens when you make law enforcement decisions based on feminist propaganda instead of just following the evidence.

That being said, it’s shocking how many times women like Morgan Wright, the one who lied in this case, get away with this sort of thing scot-free. The man ends up imprisoned over a lie, he faces massive stress, legal bills, his reputation is damaged and the general verdict is, “Oh, what a poor, troubled woman she is. Let’s cut her break and hope she straightens herself out!”

If more women that got caught lying like this — and let’s face it, most of the liars never get caught — faced jail time and/or million-dollar judgments it would do a lot to stem these false allegations.

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