Haslam to focus on reducing domestic violence rate

Dec 6, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: WBIR-TV

Gov. Bill Haslam says that while the crime rate is showing an overall decline in Tennessee, instances of aggravated assault, prescription drug abuse and domestic violence remain a major concern for his administration.

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Dec 7, 2012
 

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Need to correct the fact that anyone can falsely accuse you of a crime with no merit. Prosecute the person that made the claim...
Truth

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Dec 12, 2012
 
The DV industry is still too biased against men. I know several men who were ordered by te police to leave their own houses after being assaulted. The women who assaulted them were allowed to stay in the house just because they were women. They were not married to each other, or anyone else. This let the women steal whatever they wanted and destroy the rest.

The Mayor and the ignorant police need to see what is truly happening/has occured and who is the real criminal instead of making judgements based on who has a vagina and who has a penis. Too many women falsely accused men, both husbands and/or boyfriends of DV/DA just to get rid of the man or destroy his life all because they can no longer control/own him.

There must be unbiased fairness in deciding what is real DV/DA and what is just a case of vindictiveness and/or hurt fe
elings. One way of achieving this is to lock all members of women's rights, women's advocacy groups, victim's advocates ( who are largely for women only) and feminists out of the conference. The language used must be free of any/all feminist influences/biases and include the male gender as victims of DV/DA.

Warning: I will not allow any feminist or ally of feminism to shout me down or shut me up. You have had your say. It is time for men, and those who love/value them to speak.
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Dec 12, 2012
 
I recently discovered a thread on Topix where a woman admitted to falsely accusing a man of Aggravated Assault. I ma very interested in discovering wether anyone in law enforcement has read her confession.

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" To hell with all that. Do what I did, just call the police and accuse a soldierboy of waving a gun at you women. They will arrest him and put him jail. That's what I and my sister in law and our friends did.I put my nephew Dalton up to asking the soldier if he had hair around his peter then ask him if he had hair on his butt then ask him if he had hair on his back then I had him ask the soldier if the hair my nephew said he had on his chest went all the way down to his peter. Then I and my friends went to the soldiers house and asked him if he exposed himself to my nephew,he sadi no but we called the police anyway and told them he did. He came to the house I said so you got a pistol huh? and called the police and told them he waved a pistol at us. He didn't have a pistol but it sure was fun to see the look on his face while he sat in the back of the police car. He went to jail and stayed there a long time. The prosecutors made some kind of plea deal with him. Now he has criminal record and I can have him put in prison next time. I remember his last name it was hodge but anyhow nobody can do anything about this. Try this women and you'll have fun locking these men up".

http://www.topix.com/forum/city/silerton-tn/T...
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Dec 12, 2012
 
As a woman, I am embarassed to know there are women like this one. I have called the police and they do not seem to be interested in finding out who this woman is and why she lied about such horrible things. They need to something about this.

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