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.
"Clary Jaxon" takes a critical look at how current social theories and the efforts to instill them compare to the reality of actual social conditions. With a focus on Canadian issues. Check out the STW YouTube channel.