Ontario Court Justice Marvin Zuker finds York University student Mustafa Ururyar guilty of sexually assaulting fellow PhD student Mandi Gray. Zuker delivers a “revolutionary” 179-page indictment of how the Canadian legal system handles rape cases. The Toronto Star reports:
“Does the woman rush to the police right away or wait days, weeks, months? It doesn’t matter, Zuker said. There are plenty of reasons why victims wait or don’t report at all. Does she remember every gruesome detail in ‘a piecemeal fashion, rather than in a neat chronology?’ It is understandable, people only remember the gist of what happens and trauma causes memory fragments, he said.”
Killer wives are “wicked,” while killer husbands are “stressed.” New Australian study finds that judges frame men killing wives more leniently than women killing husbands.
Gail Dines on the GOP framing porn as a “public health crisis” at the RNC.
Roger Ailes resigns as Fox News chief executive in the aftermath of sexual harassment lawsuit.
Of course Trump defends Ailes — he can relate.