... She woke up the following morning in Young's bed bleeding from the volcano and rectum....
... and determined the injuries to the volcano and rectum were consistent with rape.
(Source same as above.)
Is there some sort of word filter?
Edit: ahh, yup.
I'm not buying this story. I find it really hard to believe that the police would dismiss a claim with physical evidence as strong as she is claiming. Seriously, a very
positive rape kit, a positive blood test for rape drugs, and the person in question admitting to the sex. At this point we are so far out of the territory where the cops can simply say 'the claims weren't credible'. If any single piece of the above is true, it is basically one of the biggest slam dunk rape cases a police department will ever see. The sex while she was passed out being so violent that she would be bleeding from her vagina and anus hours later
, when she woke up also strains credibility. From my extensive knowledge of law&order reruns, a violent rape will cause severe vaginal bruising. I can easily see bleeding from anal tearing, but for it to still be bleeding hours later? Does the vagina even tear open and bleed from child birth? What did this guy do? Tape razor blades to his dick? So here is this guy who drugs a girl, rapes her extremely, extremely
violently, but is such a kind gentleman, he drives her home afterwards? Also, this guy is a basketball player. If he wanted to drug someone and make them bleed, all he had to do was ask. He'd have gotten a line up. (Although, I guess, if you are a rapist that kinda kills the mood.)
I hate to say this, but I agree with the police
(ewww). This doesn't make much sense.
Роберт wrote:Is it just me, or does it seem like having sex after your partner has been drinking is a bad idea?
I mean, I get that people like to meet in bars, but let's say that Nick Young did NOT drug her. He goes to a bar, picks up a woman, brings her home, and has sex with her than she falls unconscious? It's pretty obvious at that point that she was not really in a good state to consent, right? So it's rape.
Alcohol is as close to an aphrodisiac that we have. Using it for sex seems like a bad idea to you? Ever heard of singles bars? I've gotta say, its just you.
Generally, when I'm at bar if I go home and have sex I'm going to pass out afterwards also. Regardless if I've imbibed or not. Hell, forget the bar and sex. If its after closing time I'm going to be falling unconscious as soon as my head hits the pillow. Obvious? I don't think we are using that word the same as each other.
Are you a teetotaller by the way? What you are saying makes it seem like you don't know very much about the effects of alcohol.
Heisenberg wrote:It should be obvious BEFORE the point of unconsciousness that the person you're with is incapable of consent.
The other party should be able to determine that, though I've seen people go from behavior you'd qualify as tipsy to passed out drunk VERY rapidly. More often than not though there's usually a phase where its pretty damn obvious you're drunk off your ass.
So there is a point before unconsciousness that where you are too drunk for consent. But what happens when you've already given consent? What happens if you are already having sex when you get to that point?
You have a couple of drinks at the bar. Someone come up, buys you a drink, and you start talking. The first drinks you've had starts to kick in. You two talk some more. They buy you another drink. You two talk some more. The first drink they bought you starts to kick in. The bartender announces last call. You buy your final round. They propose going back to their place. You enthusiastically agree. You get back to their place. The second drink they bought starts to kick in. You are right near/at 'that point'. You start having sex. You have been having sex for 10 min. The last call drink kicks in. You are now too drunk.
Does the fact that alcohol takes some time to work through your system revoke consent? Is it retroactive rape? Is it only rape if you continue once you've noticed they've reached that point? How much attention do you have to be paying?
Long and short: If you leave a bar and aren't getting drunker on your way home, you've failed at last call. Better luck next time.