Planning to stab a sleeping man in the heart with a carving knife apparently doesn’t mean it was done with murderous intent – if perpetrated by a woman. At least, that’s what a jury recently decided about a female murderer in New Zealand.
Men’s Rights Edmonton recently appeared on Toronto radio, facing scoffing and minimizing–and then news broke that put egg on the Newstalk 1010 crowd’s faces.
We are constantly being told that women are the kinder sex, the compassionate sex, the ones who keep men civilized. Robert St. Estephe has proof that feminist narrative is a myth and he is here to set the record straight.
When Elizabeth Sheehy wrote her book “Defending Battered Women on Trial” she thought she’d be ready for the response. Diana Davison doesn’t think Sheehy was prepared for COCK (Community Organized Compassion and Kindness).
Chilvalry justice: the tendency of men to allow women on trial for homicide to get away with murder is well documented throughout the last century and a half. The detailed commentary dating from 1912 by Illinois State Attorney E. W. Wayman provides the most compelling report of the phenomenon yet to have been discovered.
Canada is the cutting edge of innovation in making law ever more progressive. This fresh-off-the-press development in jurisprudence has inspired the invention of two new terms: “murder tourism” and “sheehicide.” Yet, the more progressive intellectuals get the more old-fashioned they get. Here is the back story to the proposed new “license to kill.”
Professor of Law Elizabeth Sheehy of the University of Ottawa wants to see more women to get away with homicide, provided the victim is male and whose corpse is made the additional; target of an allegation of some sort of “abuse.” No evidence necessary – “You’re free to go,” Ms. Sheehy hates progress. She wants to go back to 1911-era chivalry.
Feminists are known for seeking changes to criminal laws that result in exonerating female criminals and more harshly targeting males, and politicians and lawmakers are comply. The result is madness, as Jim Muldoon shows in the case of Australian criminal law.
Welcome to the disruptive world of facts, the world of Gonzo History. Today, Robert St. Estephe dedicates his work to dedicated to R. Tod Kelly, Alyssa Pry, Alexia Valiente and Elizabeth Vargas, the group of mainstream journalists who managed to miss the point entirely of the Men’s Human Rights Movement, all without a lot of help.
Want to get away with killing someone? It helps a lot if you are a pretty girl. More Misandric History from Robert St. Estephe.
Why should a man marry a woman who can kill him without consequence? Robert St. Estephe finds an extraordinary case that illuminates several MHR issues – and with Clarence Darrow defending the murderess.
During one 18-month period in France, at least 85 men were murdered by their wives – a cheap and easy way to avoid divorce court. Robert St. Estephe explores the fate of the husband-killing wives.