Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Town Burns Rape Victim's Home

The announcement of the protest comes just days after the Kansas City Starbroke a shocking story reporting that two local high school football players had all charges against them dismissed after they raped two young girls who were drunk, later depositing one of the victims unconscious on her front porch in freezing temperatures without shoes or a coat. When her mother found her on their front lawn more than three hours later, her hair was frozen and she had frostbite on her feet.

In a message uploaded on Pastebin, Anonymous announced that they were organizing a peaceful protest aimed at urging Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster to reopen the case, and investigate the lack of charges against the accused rapists. According to a Facebook page created for the event, the protest will take place at the town’s Nodaway County Courthouse on Tuesday, Oct. 22, beginning at 10 a.m. Central Time.

To read about the rape of two young women

 and the lack of prosecution, click HERE: Insanity in (not) Prosecuting rape

Burning down her house:


Justice for Daisy Peaceful Protest 
Tuesday October 22 at 10am in Maryville, MO. 
 According to the Facebook event, there's already 1700 people that will be attending. 

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