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Once again, a small town police force sides with the rapist and abuses the victim. Once again, the rapist gets off scot free. Once again, Anonymous targets the rape-loving locals. And once again, suddenly, the “justice’ system starts prosecuting the rapist:

http://news.msn.com/crime-justice/special-prosecutor-to-be-appointed-in-mo-rape-case

http://www.slate.com/blogs/xx_factor/2013/10/15/justice_for_daisy_coleman_missouri_lt_governor_calls_for_grand_jury_in_maryville.html

Short form: A young girl got drugged and raped by a high school football star in Maryville, MO. The locals covered it up, dismissed the charges, abused the victim and her family, and generally acted like the rape-loving mother***ers that they are. Indeed, they got the victim’s mother fired, ran the family out of town, and burned down their house. When the family objected, the local pig lawman said that they should just “get over it”. Meanwhile, the scumsucking child-molesting rapist s***head is off at college, making rape jokes on Twitter.

Then, Anonymous got pissed off. And just like in other crappy little rape-havens across the country (like Steubenville, Torrington, et.al) people from outside of the pisspot little towns (like, say the Attorney General) started pressuring the locals to do something about the crimes except jerk off while watching the incriminating videos of the rapes. The locals have, true to form, refused to put down their puds and enforce the law, so the Staties are stepping in. Hopefully it’ll end up like Steubenville, with the rapists in jail and the whole town under criminal investigation.

It is a sad commentary on America’s rape culture that we need a group of online vigilantes to safeguard the women in our nation. But sad or not, it is the reality: many small-town cops dig rape (and they must, because otherwise they’d prosecute the criminals instead of abusing the victims). If ever you (or someone you love) become the victim of sexual violence, put up the FawkesSignal and get Anonymous on the case. Because otherwise, justice will never be served.

Mr. Blunt and Cranky

Yes, that’s right. Two rapists are currently doing time, thanks to Alexandra Goddard, Anonymous, and the Ohio Attorney General’s Office (no thanks to the corrupt, rape-loving locals who tried to cover it all up). Now two big-mouthed, small-brained, rape-supporting teenaged girls have been sentenced to six months’ probation for threatening the victim with death and bodily harm: http://www.newsnet5.com/dpp/news/local_news/two-teen-girls-plead-guilty-in-steubenville-rape-twitter-threat-case 

So the message to these mouth-breathing fools? It does not matter where or how you threaten to commit a violent crime, those threats are still crimes. And now, the two teenaged twerps are convicted criminals. (Or “adjudicated”, depending on the exact ruling.) Criminals with criminal records. Not “loyal girlfriends/relatives standing up for their loved ones”; no, these little snots are criminals, with criminal records.

In addition, the Grand Jury and associated investigators are  still working on whom else to charge, and with what crimes. All in all, it is progress.

Here’s hoping the lawfully constituted authorities keep up the good work: and if they slack off, here’s hoping the hacktivist community jumps their s*** and forces them to get back on the stick.

Mr. Blunt and Cranky

In America, far too many rapists are not made to pay for their crimes, and so they go merrily raping along, while their victims’ cases are marginalized, deprioritized, or just plain ignored by the local law enforcement agencies who are supposed to “protect and serve” them. Sometimes this happens because of incompetence, sometimes it’s corruption or ignorance, and sometimes it’s because the cops secretly think that women are to blame for being raped. Regardless of the cause, it’s a shameful fact that Rape Culture in America is alive and well, and enabled in part by the cops, prosecutors and judges who fail their communities on a daily basis.

Enter Anonymous, stage left. When a vicious gang rape was committed upon a teenager in Steubenville, Ohio, local law enforcement at first did nothing at all. Then a local blogger started making some noise and the cops kinda sorta started working a little bit. Then Anonymous got righteously pissed off, and proceeded to publish all sorts of information about the case. Two little s***s were convicted and are now doing time, no thanks to the locals. And thanks to Anonymous.

In Torrington, CT, a 13-year old girl was sexually assaulted by multiple males, some of them adults.. The cops again did bupkis, at least at first. Then a local blogger and Anonymous started making noise about the case, and they started to do their jobs, because they did not want to look like Steubenville. Four sexual predators are facing trial, thanks to local officials and Anonymous.

In Nova Scotia, a teenaged girl was gang-raped, blamed, and hanged herself after the cops did nothing. Again, Anonymous told the locals they would open a can of whoop-ass if they didn’t step up. Just like in Steubenville, the RCMP blew them off, and Anonymous opened the promised cans of whoop-ass. Surprise, surprise, the locals have re-opened the case, all the while complaining about vigilantes

News Flash: the reason vigilantes are acting is because, and only because, the duly constituted authorities have failed the citizens they are sworn to protect and serve. For years, the cops have been able to selectively protect women from violent crimes, at the discretion of the locals, because local culture pretty much decided how to deal with sexual assaults, domestic violence and suchlike. If the locality was a hotbed of rape culture, the victims were denied justice: if the area’s mores were based on the rule of law, the guilty were prosecuted.

Not anymore, says Anonymous (and a growing number of people around the world).No one should have to play dice with their safety, their lives, and their rights, depending on where they live and the attitudes of the local constabulary. If law enforcement won’t, you know, enforce the law, then we need the hacktivists to hold their feet to the fire until they do their jobs.

Here’s a reluctant toast, then, to the vigilantes at Anonymous. And here’s hoping that our public servants get the message, so that we no longer need Anonymous to protect us.

Mr. Blunt and Cranky.

Anybody who thinks that a few days of attention by our ADD media has solved the Steubenville Rape Culture problem should take a look at this: Rape has been a problem for decades .

It turns out that rape has been epidemic in that town for many years,and has maimed or destroyed who-knows-how- many lives. One brave soul who has decided to share her story is Traci Lords, who was raped at the age of 10 in a field in Steubenville: and no one noticed, no one cared, no one helped, and no one brought her evil s***sack child-molesting rapist to justice.

In other words, pretty much what was happening in the more recent case. That is, until people from out of town decided to shine a light on the Rapist-Friendly town of Steubenville, OH. Had that not happened, it is likely that the victim would have paid for the crime and and the criminals would have gotten off scot-free, as has happened so often before.

Mr. Blunt and Cranky finds it highly improbable that Steubenville is the only town in America where rape (and rape of children and teenagers) is common and goes unpunished. He finds thus because he himself was raped repeatedly (as a young child) back in the 60’s: he has never been to Steubenville. He knows many other survivors of sexual assault, and none of them were raped in Steubenville. And none of them received any support from the adults in their respective communities, nor was any justice done to their raping motherf***er criminal abusers.

Americans are heaping shame and blame on Steubenville, and deservedly so. That town needs beaten repeatedly and severely until it wakes up and sees itself for what it is: a sick and shameful place that hates women, rapes women, and uses sexual violence to control women by keeping them in a state of terror.

While so doing, though, remember that other towns all over America are just as sick, and equally in need of being awakened to their sorry-assed, revolting nature: that being a place that tolerates rapists and punishes their victims.

Instead of just looking at “other places”, we must all have the courage to look under the rugs of our own cities: there are things swept underneath pretty much everywhere, and what we find will sicken us, and hopefully prod us into action.

Traci Lords came forward with her story. Mr Blunt and Cranky, though far less famous, has come forward with his. If everyone can come forward and shine a light on our “hidden” darkness, we might have a chance in Hell of making our nation into what it already claims to be.

For now, though, America is what it is: a sick nation that tacitly encourages rape, and blames the victim instead of the criminal.

Mr. B & C

“Why, Mr. Blunt and Cranky, why are you hugely hacked off about the recent news of rape, conspiracy, and cover-up coming out of Steubenville, Ohio?” is a question that has been put to this blogger over the past few days. And a reasonable question it is, given how much else is wrong in the world these days.

The answer is simple: “daughters”. You see, the Cranky Family is blessed with more than one, and the thought that one or more of them could be:

* Fed a date-rape drug

* Dragged from house to house all night long and violated repeatedly and viciously by a load of walking s***acks;

* Left to be tortured and perhaps murdered while multiple “adults” in the community either looked the other way and/or helped these teenage raping sociopathic motherf***ers;

* Denied justice by the Sheriff, Police, Prosecutor and School Officials, all of whom were more interested in helping the criminal rapists than providing justice,

* And at last, her only hope of safety or seeing her abusers locked up was to found in a load of online hackers who had to violate the law in order to break through the criminal conspiracy of silence that kept her and other teenaged girls in a state of terror, wondering if they’d be the next victims of a entire city’s pathological obsession with a game centered around an inflated piece of dead pig;

All of these have the Cranky ticker working much harder than it should. Anger, nay, rage are the least of the emotions being felt here as we see how a good girl could be treated in such a fashion.

So, good people, put yourselves in this writer’s shoes, and tell yourselves that you would feel differently. He rather hopes you wouldn’t.

Here are the names of the adults who should have protected the girl: James Parks, Sheriff Fred Abdalla, Prosecuting Attorney Jane Hanlin, Head Football Coach Reno A. Saccoccia, and various parents, football boosters, bar owners and bookies.

Here are are names of the “Rape Crew” who appear to have committed these heinous, vile, despicable, revolting,  subhuman, filthy, disgusting crimes against humanity: Trent Mays, Malik Richmond:Michael Colin Nodiano; Evan Westlake;Charlie Keenan; Cody Saltsman; and Mark Cole.

May the Rape Crew and each and every one of their enablers themselves be violated, brutalized, raped, tortured and left for dead in a ditch. Just like the girl they did it to. Failing that, here’s hoping that the friends and relations of the girl use their ingenuity to deal with the responsible parties themselves.  Because as of right now, it sure as Hell doesn’t look like the responsible authorities are doing damn-all about the Rape Crew and their crime spree.

Mr. B & C

P.S. Go to this site for more information. It is sad that we have to rely on such sources, but there you are:http://localleaks.blogs.ru/2013/01/01/steubenvillefiles/

Mr. Blunt and Cranky hates hates HATES Conspiracy Theories. So when he heard the new one about those yahoo glory-hound hackers at Anonymous having saved the election by counter-hacking Karl Rove’s election-night hacking, he got ticked off. And later, he laughed. A lot.

Firstly: yes, it is possible to hack a vote tabulation device. And yes, it has happened. But the only way to do it in the timeframe required is to work for the company that owns the hardware and software that is being used. Exhibit A: the new software that was illegally installed on Ohio’s tabulation devices several days before the election, by the vendor, with the blessing of our SOS John Husted. That could well have been an attempt at a hack. But since it’s a black  box system, we’ll never know.

But there isn’t any way for an outside hacker group to get in there and deliver a counter-hack after the vendor put in his patch, for a variety of reasons. The only outside group that can beat a hack is the voting public. If the turnout exceeds the forecast amount by a sufficient margin, the hack either fails or is so obvious that the would-be-election-thieves don’t dare do it.

You want to thank somebody for the way the election came out? Thank your fellow voters. They deserve it.

Mr B & C