The Campaign For DA

12.05.2014

Rolling Stone Tried To Destroy The U. of Virginia Last Month. Now Says They Were Completely Wrong.


The magazine backtracked this morning with a "Note to Readers" and using the language, "In the face of new information, there now appear to be discrepancies in Jackie's [the alleged victim's] account, and we have come to the conclusion that our trust in her was misplaced."

That's a fancy way of saying, "She lied. We bought it. Big time. And this is so bad we have to publically admit we were wrong."

Less than a week after the original story came out, UVA suspended every single fraternity on campus until the next semester pending an investigation.


3 comments:

Anonymous said...

This is why you never trust the words of a woman who says she has been raped, beaten or abused without some evidence. In this case there was none, just her word against folks she couldn't even name.

Yes their are men that abuse, but there are just as many women that lie!

Anonymous said...

Lena Dunham made false rape claims in her new book. She has been revealed as the fraud that she is.

Anonymous said...

Tawanna Bralley and Duke LaCross ring a bell?