What is the penile plethysmograph, or PPG testing? In this introduction to my new series, "Sex Offender Treatment and Maintaining Innocence" I explain what penile plethysmograph testing is (a.k.a phallometric testing or PPG testing).
I was recently invited for an interview by Honey Badger Radio's Doge in Charge, Brian Martinez. We had an in depth conversation about feminism in the legal system, false accusations and the MeToo movement. The full interview is in the video below. Watch all the way through to learn what shocked viewers the most.
Any criminal defense lawyer will tell you that a majority of sex crime cases that run through the courts are 'she said/he said' cases. What that means is that there is no proof a crime occurred. Or no corroborating evidence that a crime occurred. Only the word of the accuser and the denial of the accused. In essence these are what a reasonably minded person would consider weak cases that should never make it into a courtroom. In the video below I discuss why and how some prosecutors will take weak cases, prosecutorial ethics and discretion, reasonable prospect of conviction, feminism influence and how it can all lead to wrongful convictions of the innocent accused.
As we are seeing more and more in the media (mainstream and social), many sex crime claims based solely on uncorroborated verbal testimony actually find their way into courtrooms. These types of claims seem to proceed through the legal system as believed to be true, unless proven otherwise. The removal of the corroboration requirement in the 1980s is mainly what paved the way to allow such flimsy claims to waste government resources and livelihoods of the innocent accused in Canadian courtrooms. When an innocent man (or woman) is accused of such a crime with no supporting evidence, it becomes a classic game of clue for the innocent accused to first figure why the accuser (male or female) would make such a claim. Although the general belief is that the prosecutor bears the burden of proof to prove their case
The Canadian justice system is currently designed to convict and uphold convictions of sexual assault at any level. For actual violent incidents of rape, sodomy or incest this is a good thing as people should be punished. But when it's a malicious claim that's not true, or a claim based on false memory it becomes very difficult for a man to defend himself in the absence of evidence such as DNA, doctor reports, or alibi. As we learned from my previous post Prevalence of Sexual Assault in Canada: Does it Justify Rape Culture Hysteria? the majority of sexual assault cases in our courts are of a Level 1 nature - the least violent and even non-physical in some cases.
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