Saturday, November 25, 2017

Nick Carter Denial of Raping Melissa Schuman



Nick Carter accused of raping Melissa Schuman.  Our expectation remains the same:

"I didn't rape Melissa Schuman."  It is the simplest and most straight forward sentence.  It is what he should tell us. 


I am shocked and saddened by Ms. Schuman’s accusations. Melissa never expressed to me while we were together or at any time since that anything we did was not consensual. We went on to record a song and perform together, and I was always respectful and supportive of Melissa both personally and professionally. This is the first that I am hearing about these accusations, nearly two decades later. It is contrary to my nature and everything I hold dear to intentionally cause someone discomfort or harm.


The first thing we notice is that he did not tell us that he did not rape her.  

If he is unwilling or unable to say it, we shall not say it for him. 

am shocked and saddened by Ms. Schuman’s accusations. 

He begins with his priority:  his emotions.  He offers that he is surprised, an emotion expressed to show a lack of preparedness, and that he is saddened.  

This is a priority:  if he is "shocked", the audience (recipient) may believe that it could not have happened if it is shocking.  Yet, we need him to tell us that it did not happen. 

Beginning with the pronoun "I" is a good psychological position for  reliable information.  Yet, he only addresses his emotions.  

One may consider possible narcissism and possible manipulation not only because this was his priority, but because it comes where there is no denial given.  

There is no denial; reliable or otherwise. 


Melissa never expressed to me while we were together or at any time since that anything we did was not consensual. 

The use of the pronoun "we" shows that he connects himself with her.  This is his perception of their relationship. 

He reports to use what never happened.  This is an elevated point:  the rule of the negative.  Instead of denying raping her, he reports what she did not say, about anything that was "not" consensual.  

Note:  "anything" we did is broad, undefined and not specified to any sexual or even relational language. One must now consider what "anything" includes; very likely beyond the norm of sexual behavior, including force.  Were unusual circumstances present at this time?


We went on to record a song and perform together, 

Instead of denying raping her, he reports on what they did, together, afterwards. 

This is an attempt to indict her as a liar by behavior.  If he raped her, would she have gone on to record with him?

Note:  he sees them as unified here, as well, with the pronoun 
"we."

It would be vital to weigh this versus the pronouns that she uses to describe him, at various points of time, including the rape and afterwards. 

Behavioral analysis of rape victims is very complex.  Some victims will cling to the rapist in an attempt to "win over" the rapists.  His point is to show that she did not fear him.  

Yet, this avoids telling us that he did not rape her.  

It would be interesting to learn if they recorded the song together at the same time and location. 


and I was always respectful and supportive of Melissa both personally and professionally. 

This is a strong assertion.  Being "respectful" and "supportive" both warrant definitions of what these terms mean in his personal dictionary.  He tells us of his demeanor towards her instead of denying the allegation. 

This is the first that I am hearing about these accusations, nearly two decades later. 

The element of time is more important to him than denying the allegation.  He is portraying himself as "respectful" and "supportive", which makes him the "good guy" in analysis, seemingly surprised and even saddened (empathy), whereas a false accusation often provokes anger. 

Yet, it is in this next sentence that we find information relevant to the accusation and maybe even why he has avoided issuing a denial:


It is contrary to my nature and everything I hold dear to intentionally cause someone discomfort or harm.

This may be the "anything" he described above.  What this "anything" is was likely both uncomfortable and caused harm. 

We all have done things that we believed were contrary to our nature.  This is  for him to come close to an admission.  It is the ancient gnostic belief of "a good person living inside me; the real me..."  We find it in many guilty statements. 

Analysis Conclusion:

The subject has skillfully avoided issuing any denial in his statement. 

What he sees as consensual, he reveals something quite different in introducing the reader to two words:  "discomfort" and "harm." 

His own emotions are paramount and he portrays himself in glowing terms. Yet in doing so, including the avoidance of calling her a liar, this portrayal shows the necessity of a portrayal to the public.  

This statement is n "unreliable denial" and indicates that he likely did something to her, during sex, that hurt her, even though he sees them as "unified" with her. 

The sense of him being "saddened" stands out as the most manipulative of all.  This puts himself on a pedestal while showing contempt towards the alleged victim, as if she was a child or developmentally disabled.  This is consistent with the priority of focus upon his emotions, as narcissistic and manipulative. 

Were these his words or the words of a publicist?

Either way, we analyze the statement which tells us that the author's belief, who is not denying rape, while introducing "discomfort" and "harm" to the reader. 

If the subject cannot tell us that he did not rape her, we are not permitted to say it for him.  

The author of the statement indicates knowledge that what he did caused both discomfort and harm.  I would not be surprised if we later hear she was pyschologically impaired while being abused,  with extended consequences, possibly needing professional intervention.  


  To cause her "discomfort" may be pressure, both physical and manipulative, but to introduce "harm" in the statement is to indicate the possibility of known emotional harm that he caused.  

The need to be the "good guy" tells us that he was, in fact, "the bad guy" in this event.  

It is sometimes used in comedy:  "that doesn't sound like me..." rather than denying the action.  It is a disassociate tangent which separates one from one's own perception of self.  




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54 comments:

Buckley said...

We went on to record a song and perform together,

Instead of denying raping her, he reports on what they did, together, afterwards.


After what? Doesn't his saying they "went on to" place a specific time and incident in his head as he's "denying" the specific incident she claims?

malke said...

Melissa Schuman' statement:
“I was empowered to share my story because of the brave women who shared their stories before me,” she said. “My hope is that my experience further highlights the urgent need for open dialogue and education about consent and sexual assault. To those who have shared their stories with me, I see you. I believe you. I stand with you.”
“He threw me on the bed and climbed on top of me. Again, I told him that I was a virgin and I didn’t want to have sex. I told him that I was saving myself for my future husband. I said it over and over again. He whispered in my ear as to entice me, ‘I could be your husband,'” Schuman alleges.
“He was relentless, refusing to take my no’s for an answer. He was heavy, too heavy to get out from under him. Then I felt it, he put something inside of me. I asked him what it was and he whispered in my ear once more, ‘It’s all me baby.'”“I was broken. I was tired. I was traumatized,” she wrote.
“I feel I have an obligation now to come forward with the hope and intention to inspire and encourage other victims to tell their story,” she wrote. “We are stronger in numbers. If you are reading this and you have been assaulted, know you don’t have to be silent and you are not alone. I know it’s scary. I’m scared.
“I believe you. I stand with you and together I hope we can bring light to things that have been lost in the darkness for so long.”

General P. Malaise said...

Blogger Buckley said...
We went on to record a song and perform together,


almost an embedded confession? "it wasn't rape because WE WENT ON .."

malke said...

"We went on" sounds like "we moved over".

John mcgowan said...

OT:

Hate Hoax At Parkway Central High

It was treated as a big deal when someone scrawled “White Lives Matter” and topped it off with the forbidden N-word on a bathroom mirror at Parkway Central High School in Chesterfield, Missouri. Principal Timothy McCarthy got on the PA and sent out an email to parents and students hyping the incident and promising to “work diligently to investigate.” Looks like the investigation was a little too diligent, spoiling this teachable moment by revealing that as usual, the confessed perpetrator is of politically preferred pigmentation:

The Parkway School District would only identify the student as “non-white,” but stressed that “does not diminish the hurt it caused or the negative impact it has had on our community.”

School officials did not disclose the student’s motive for the graffiti.

Maybe he just wanted to get on the Hate Hoax List.

Chesterfield is only 25 miles from Ferguson, site of one of the most successful hate frauds yet, whereby a police officer defending himself from violent criminal maniac Michael Brown was spun into a racial incident with the help of the debunked “hands up, don’t shoot” lie.

It is implicitly assumed in the Chesterfield story that most anyone would regard “White Lives Matter” as racist hate speech. Yet we are expected to regard Black Lives Matter as benevolent.

http://moonbattery.com/?p=90022

Jerry Schuman said...

Peter,

Thank you for taking the time to analyze this statement. The fact, you found it that important speaks volumes to your profession and integrity. As Melissa's father I wanted to send you my heartfelt thanks.

Amyl Nitrite said...

How heartbreaking to read her words.

Anonymous said...

Will there be a wall constructed along the US-Mexican border? Trump has been POTUS for one year and as Ann Coulter tweets: miles completed ZERO.

Anonymous said...

Speaking of rape, in my Quora newsfeed 2 nights ago, there was the question "What is the most disgusting thing youve ever seen?" The 1st answer shown which was also in my newsfeed was from a guy who wrote that he is a 25 year old unemployed porn addict who lives in India. He confessed that he reads in the newspaper of gangrapes that happen often in India. He wrote that he was curious to see what a real gang rape attack looks like but all he could find was fake acted out rape scenes on the internet. He wrote he searched for months & finally found a site which has real gang rape videos from India & he watched one of them and it was 9 men repeatedly raping what appeared to be a 20 yr old woman. He wrote he is so upset, he feels so bad for the rape victim and is worried they killed her (because that is, according to him, what normally happens). He wrote that all the perps faces are clearly visible and the rape victim is begging them to let her go and saying she needs to go to a certain town (she says the name of it and he wrote the name of the town which is in India. The guy was asking quora readers what he should do--he wants the police to know of the videos, and he is worried they killed her. I was the only one who responded (out of 110,000 people who read what he wrote)....I told him he absolutely needs to call the police of the district of the town she is begging the rapists to let her go to bc that is probably where she and her family live. I told him he absolutely needs to call the police so that they can make sure she is even alive. I even wrote let us know what happens (to try to really coax him into calling the police), but he hasnt responded.
So sad bc since the perps faces are clearly visible there is no reason they shouldnt be caught. It made me so sick knowing that gangrapes are regular occuremces in India & that that guy has evidence but I dont think he called the police, even though he really wanted to.

Foolsfeedonfolly said...

I want to know what his personal definitions are of "discomfort" and "harm", as opposed to his definition of "rape". Discomfort and harm seem to be grossly minimizing words when the allegation is rape.

Anonymous said...


It is implicitly assumed in the Chesterfield story that most anyone would regard “White Lives Matter” as racist hate speech. Yet we are expected to regard Black Lives Matter as benevolent.




It’s not the same thing at all.

Context and perspective.

Study the history of blacks in America (and the role of whites in that history) as opppsed to the history of whites. It influences the entire narrative.

If whites feel victimized by some attitudes, put yourselves in the place of blacks living in America. It’s not ancient history.

Anonymous said...

What does 'implicitly assume' mean & what does ' most anyone' mean?

Anonymous said...

Study the history of blacks in America (and the role of whites in that history) as opppsed to the history of whites. It influences the entire narrative.

If whites feel victimized by some attitudes, put yourselves in the place of blacks living in America. It’s not ancient history.

Re-introduce into this narrative the forgotten Mr Booker T Washington and his tireless and successful effort with much support by white America in LIFTING UP blacks in Ameeica. He is one of Americas all time Greatest.

General P. Malaise said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...

if one is racist then the other is as well.

just because your take on past injustices real and imagined prevents you from being objective doesn't change fact.

racism is not democratic, it is not defined by a majority. you can choose in your mind whatever you like. doesn't make it real or factual.

set aside your emotions and try logic. liberate your mind.

Anonymous said...

In a certain major US city it has been reported over 600 homicides ytd 2017. I cannot remember though any statements or protests by celebrities bringing attention to it. Has an millionaire atheletes kneeled in sadness about this? Dont they know about 600 homicides in one city?

Peter Hyatt said...

Ben Shapiro has a great video on racism and statistics.

Blacks killing blacks in insane numbers does not come from a secret white racism conspiracy by police across the country.

It comes from 70% or more fatherless homes.

Now, if you wish to argue that the welfare system is racist regarding blacks, I want to hear you out. I believe the welfare system is, much like the origin of the abortion industry, designed to destroy blacks.

Shapiro weighs equality of opportunity (something the law upholds) to equality of outcome, which is what the left wants now. It is theft, at best.

Historically, we are not a racist country and we are a place where blacks have gained the most wealth. Playing the victim card destroy, while taking personal responsibility, working for what you have, studying in school, etc, will lead to wealth, regardless of color.

Peter

General P. Malaise said...

I agree with your point on welfare and abortion. the victim status was afforded the native americans before the blacks and it has done tremendous damage to them as well.

General P. Malaise said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...
The Native Americans WERE victimized.


I am not blaming the native americans for anything. I don't think there is a single person living today that victimized the natives as you claim, same with slavery. your emotional post contains several false premises.

there is a difference between being victimised and being a perpetual victim. SJWs and the virtue signaling crowd doesn't help anyone not even the SJWs or virtue signaler.

Anonymous said...

I was raised very Catholic, but my mother is part Indian & the "Oh Great Spirit" prayer was hanging on the wall above the dinner table which I would read on a daily basis, and yes the Native Anericans have incorporated parts of Christianity into their religion, bc they could relate to Jesus, but their religion is NOT compatible with what we see around us. It is weird bc when I had a near death experience I encountered the Grim Reaper and the "Great Spirit" God, not the Christian God. Maybe bc I actually recited the Great Spirit prayer more times than any of the Christian prayers. But anyway, ancient Indian legend predicted the death of the buffaloes & also predicted white men (men that looked like ghosts) nearly destroying the Indian culture, however these same legends predicted a return of the buffalo and also that the white man will be destroyed! So, while I dont think that will happen during any of our lifetimes, eventually I believe it will happen. Im not even saying I hope it happens, I am simply saying that their ancient legends predict that it will happen.

Anonymous said...

there is a difference between being victimised and being a perpetual victim.

If you are vicimized into near extiction, doesnt that qualify for perpetual victimhood?

General P. Malaise said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...
there is a difference between being victimised and being a perpetual victim.

If you are vicimized into near extiction, doesnt that qualify for perpetual victimhood?


No

Anonymous said...

'NO'.......what a response.....



Habundia Awareness said...

As Peter always says...........truth is truth.....time or actions will never change that.
If it was true 50 million years ago.......it still is true 100 million years from now.
Just because one way has overrulled (the way whites have abused blacks in the past) doesn't mean racism doesn't go the otherway around!


Anonymous said...

I believe in karma & what was done to the Native Americans...wow, I cant even imagine the karma that would result....
In my own life, I find that karma seems to work like this: What one does to someone else eventually ends up being done to them...often there is a stunning symmetry in fact!
Jesus even said "The last shall be first & the first will be last", and that is how karma works! Ive seen it happen! Someone may think wow Ive beaten that person down haha & then karma beats the victimizer down...often there is a stunning symmetry to it such that almost the exact same thing the perp did happens to the perp!
Therefore, perhaps through nuclear war the white man will mostly be destroyed but the Indians will survive...I dont know...but karma is a real thing and it is a bitch & no evil deed goes unpunished by karma!

General P. Malaise said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...
I dont know...but karma is a real thing ...



karma is someone's perception of what happened or happens. it is applying effect to cause which is not scientific. if you think justice is delivered on earth then you might have a mistaken outlook on the teachings of Jesus.

Anonymous said...

I believe people's perceptions of what happens are accurate. Even very evil people know exactly what they are doing.

Actually, it is very scientific to apply effect to cause--that is a scientific principle & Physics can actually explain much of this, how particles/molecules are effected by other particles/molecules over vast distances.
Jesus absolutely spoke of justice being delivered on this earth

"The last shall be first, the first shall be last"

Look at Jacob & his many-colored coat: he was thrown in a pit, discarded, robbed, abandoned & he then becomes the kings favorite.
Moses--put in a basket, floated down a river, left for dead....he then becomes king
Many many other examples:
"If one lives by the sword, they die by the sword"
Judas turns Jesus in to be killed...Judas ends up dead by his own hands the next day, while Jesus rises from the dead

Mary Magdalene: demon-possessed, shunned, ends up being Jesus' lead disciple

There are so many countless examples of karma being delivered during the persons lifetime. Most times that is what happens. Occassionally it does seem to be the person eludes karmic payback in this lifetime. But, do they really? Do we know what is going on in their heads?
Even Jesus's killers--look what happened to them:
Judas ends up dead the next day.

Pontius Pilate was troubled by it even before he gave the OK, reporting his wife had a dream warning Pilate mot to kill Jesus. One of the executiiners imediately has remorse saying "Surely he was the son of God"....

Karma is very real & Ive seen it happen.

Anonymous said...

Oh, and Jesus also said "As you sew so shall ye reap"....this is karma...and that summarizes that what someone does to another (good or bad) the same will be done to him, and I have seen it happen, in ways a person cpuld never predict.

General P. Malaise said...

Anonymous Anonymous said..

Karma is very real & Ive seen it happen.



why didn't you say so. (this is sarcasm)

it appears you are conflating buddhism with Christianity.

Anonymous said...

An honest book of modern sow/reap examples would be a good educational lesson. The stories may be difficult to verify though but would be interesting.

General P. Malaise said...
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General P. Malaise said...

Anonymous said.
Jesus absolutely spoke of justice being delivered on this earth


"The last shall be first, the first shall be last" so why did so many martyrs dies horrible deaths


Look at Jacob & his many-colored coat: he was thrown in a pit, discarded, robbed, abandoned & he then becomes the kings favorite.
it was Joseph not Jacob (Jacob was his father) and it was his brothers who sold him into slavery, he had a coat with long sleeves (I think the sleeves had colours), many bibles show the incorrect Hebrew translation, and he had favour with the Egyptian pharaoh, he was a slave to an Egyptian.


Moses--put in a basket, floated down a river, left for dead....he then becomes king
Moses was not left for dead in the Nile, Moses did not become a king

Many many other examples:
"If one lives by the sword, they die by the sword"
Judas turns Jesus in to be killed...Judas ends up dead by his own hands the next day, while Jesus rises from the dead
it was required that Jesus be put to death in exactly the manner he was, Jesus prayed for Judas and did not want him to kill himself

Mary Magdalene: demon-possessed, shunned, ends up being Jesus' lead disciple
Mary Magdalene was not possessed, she was a sinner. There is a difference

There are so many countless examples of karma being delivered during the persons lifetime. Most times that is what happens. Occassionally it does seem to be the person eludes karmic payback in this lifetime. But, do they really? Do we know what is going on in their heads?
Even Jesus's killers--look what happened to them:
Judas ends up dead the next day.

Pontius Pilate was troubled by it even before he gave the OK, reporting his wife had a dream warning Pilate mot to kill Jesus. One of the executiiners imediately has remorse saying "Surely he was the son of God"...

the Romans did not want to put Jesus to death, it was at the behest of the Pharisees

it is good to see you have some knowledge of the Bible, I don't think karma has any place in Christianity

Anonymous said...

So, karma isnt real or it is real? Reaping what is sown is real or isnt real? Are they the same but with different names? And sometimes swift yet at other times slow? I dont recall the text stating judgements are immediate.

General P. Malaise said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...
So, karma isnt real or it is real? Reaping what is sown is real or isnt real? Are they the same but with different names? And sometimes swift yet at other times slow? I dont recall the text stating judgements are immediate.


your argument is because something bad happens to a bad person then it is karma, predetermined divine justice.

I do not believe that to be so. and I do not think it is the teaching of Jesus or the of Christianity. I do not believe karma exists as a force. so I do not believe karma is real.

bad things happen to good people and bad people all the time and vis-versa good things happen to bad people and good people.

where is karma for an aborted baby?

Anonymous said...

People reap what they sew.

Ive seen it happen. Perfect symmetry. What one does to another ends up being done to that perp or victimizer.

Ive even seen where God will strike out at cruelty. For example, my mother is a sick psychopath. When I was a kid, I wanted a puppy so bad for a year. Finally she got me a puppy. Unfortunately, the first breeder she called told her the puppies all had worms that they had gotten from the mother. My mother said "OK we'll take one." The puppy died in 4 days, and I was devastated. Well, ever since then, any pet I have had DOES NOT DIE. Thats right. Not of natural causes & it doesnt even matter if the animal was a half dead stray when I adopted it. It will live 30 yrs and still not have any disease (however will have signs of aging)--my cat went part blind, part deaf, severe arthritis senility (pering on floor) NO DISEASE 30 yrs old & I chose to have her put to sleep bc her life quality. My dog it was the same. Even the Siamese fish I got lived to be SIX years old (max life span 5 years). A few mos after I had to put my cat down a GORGEOUS feral SIAMESE cat appeared at my doorstep & I took care of her for years. Why did that cat appear at my doorstep & she was literally the most breathtakingly gorgeous cat I have ever seen AND FERAL/MALNOURISHED. HOW CAN IT BE EXPLAINED IF NOT GODS DOING?
THERE IS NO WAY TO EXPLAIN IT EXCEPT GOD/KARMA WAS PISSED AT THE CRUELTY OF MY MOTHER GIVING ME A PUPPY SHE KNEW WOULD DIE IN DAYS.
God sees all. And he repays and he rebukes and delivers justice here in this lifetime OFTEN.

Anonymous said...

You ask about abortion? America is getting severe bad karma for abortion being legal--look around. Gratuitous violence everywhere. Absolute disintegration of human relationships. People with extremely troubled minds bc of what they have done.

Late term abortion: Only 4 people practice late term abortion. One was shot dead in church. Karma? God said "If one lives by the sword they will die by the sword." So yeah, it was karma. People feel so bad for him boo hoo. Really? Did he feel bad when he was gaining wealth by snuffing out the lives of the weakest among us? God delivered justice.

Anonymous said...

And no, karma is not "predetermined divine justice". Karma is the natural result of every action we do (both good & bad) returning to us.
Evil destroys itself. That is one way to look at it, but it is more complicated. Bad deeds are punished & I have seen it happen where someone who feels they are way high up shitting on someone else & lo and behold, give it time, and that same person will fall off their pedestal & they will be in the same pile of shit they put the other person into while they were thinking they are so high and mighty.
Look at Sadam Hussain. Did anyone ever imagine he would end up hiding in a hole underground disseveled and quivering in fear? Just like all the people he imprisoned except maybe even worse hiding in a dark hole? Karma.

Anonymous said...

Oh also I never said the Romans wanted to put Jesus to death. I know Pilate didnt want to kill Jesus but he essentially gave the OK for it. Im just saying Pilate was already troubled about it before he gave the crowd the option to choose whether to free Jesus or Barabas. Pilate was saying my wife had a dream warning her to tell me not to do this, it will be a big mistake. One can imagine Pilate had to have told his wife he had a bad feeling & he didnt want to do it that is why she had that dream & Im sure his conscience troubled him quite a bit afterwards.

Foolsfeedonfolly said...

Accusations against Nick Carter

Nick: "Melissa never expressed to me while we were together or at any time since that anything we did was not consensual."
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The repetition of "we" in this sentence feels very much like NTP. According to Nick, Melissa never expressed to him that anything "we" did was not consensual...but what about something he did that was not consensual? As Peter said, the simplest denial would be "I did not rape Melissa.". I believe Melissa.

Anonymous said...

When he says they went on to record a song together, is referencing a point in time when he knows something happened? Is his respect for her because she did not immediately report a rape?

Peter Hyatt said...

Anonymous said...
When he says they went on to record a song together, is referencing a point in time when he knows something happened? Is his respect for her because she did not immediately report a rape?

The second question is a great question.

Peter

Peter Hyatt said...

if "karma" is a law, was there a law giver?


Consider that virtue signaling can be projected guilt: the louder the signal; the more intense the guilt.

The actress that went vulgar about President Trump's inappropriate joke is a good example.

She went to extremes over the inappropriate joke, being far more inappropriate than the joke, itself, and wanted a violent overthrow of America over it.

This, while protecting a rapist and a rape culture.

I expect many more claims forthcoming.

Al Franken, himself, the "moral" voice and virtue signaler, said he does not know if more accusations are coming.

The question posed to him did not include the word "false."

Peter

Anonymous said...

Is kharma the same principle as reaping what was sown?

General P. Malaise said...

Anonymous said...
Is kharma the same principle as reaping what was sown?


no

Anonymous said...

Perhaps you can elaborate? Can you dialouge, correspond, offer contrasting definition? Or let your immaturity hold its place.

General P. Malaise said...

Anonymous said...
Perhaps you can elaborate? Can you dialouge, correspond, offer contrasting definition? Or let your immaturity hold its place.

first you try to engage (that is good) and then you insult me (that is bad). you could have waited before insulting me.

Anonymous said...

If you dont believe people reap what they sew, look around at how kids turn out once they are grown. Look at what kind of parenting they got. And then look how they turned out. People who give their kid love & nurturing, the kid grows up healthy, well-adjusted, respectful, not addicted to substances. People who hit their kids, berate their kids, neglect their kids, those kids grow up to be very screwed up adults. Either self-destructive, destructive, or both, or any other number of serious problems, and/or drug/alcohol addiction.
And then the parent tries to get pity...oh poor me, my kid is now hooked on opioids, I was such a good parent its all bc little Johnny had hiscwisdom teeth pulled. Yeah right. If I ever had a kid who was popping pain pills, I would be such a PAIN IN THE NECK THEY WOULD FIND IT LESS MENTALLY PAINFUL TO NOT DO PAINPILLS INSTEAD OF HAVING ME BUG THE HELL OUT OF THEM!!! Or, oh my kid is just mentally ill, its not my horrible parenting theyre just bipolar, borderline, etc.
PEOPLE REAP WHAT THE SEW.

General P. Malaise said...

it is sow (agricultural reference) not sew (tailoring reference)

Alex said...

Dear anonymous,

How long has this perfect karmic system been around?

One would think enough time has elapsed for all the bad people to have become extinct?

Alex

Vicki Nicole said...

this totally blows my mind. Your analysis do that to me and open my eyes to many things. Like on that Aurelie Wynn story you pointed out that she never said he raped her. And with this story you point out that he never says he didn't rape her.

Shelley said...

He had a rough childhood hood and used drugs and alcohol early.

That is likely the context of it not being in his nature. Sober probably not. Under the influence of drugs he likely did rape her as she states.

He was also arrested in Jan 2016 for being out of control in a bar and getting into an altercation with a bouncer.

He talked about his past on dancing with the stars. I think we have a man with 2 sides. Sober Nick and Nick under the influence.

He probably feels guilt and is saddened by what happened but almost feels like he is not responsible as he was under the influence.

My friends brother was a meth addict for years. Stole from people, beat people up and now years sober says he was not at fault as he was not himself. And it’s true, sober he is a solid guy.

I would bet he was on drugs when he raped her.

Unknown said...

Exactly.
Notice how the author of this whack analysis didn't sign it.

Unknown said...

Exactly.
Notice how the author of this whack analysis didn't sign it.

Anonymous said...

Not to blame the victim, but why didn't she just leave? She grabbed his member-that's consensual-that's not rape!

Peter Hyatt said...

Anonymous said...
Not to blame the victim, but why didn't she just leave? She grabbed his member-that's consensual-that's not rape!
December 5, 2017 at 3:53 AM


This is a legitimate question to ask. I am considering some analysis on the statement to show, using the principles that are well known among readers, to indicate veracity.

But questions like these must be asked in criminal allegations.,

If I decide against publishing analysis, I will still answer this, and other questions about the public statement.

We ask questions, questions and more questions. We cannot fear challenging any and everything. It is not "victim blaming" to ask questions is seeking justice. It is a shame that people fear being labeled for asking necessary questions.

Not everyone who claims "rape" is truthful, as we have examples here at the blog to show. If we feared the feminist "shout down", we would not clear the innocent.

Truth will withstand all such challenges.



Peter