Thursday, July 07, 2005

Crying Wolf To The Camera

In an unbelieveable display of false accusations, a woman is charged with falsely accusing 6 men of rape. The police are not some uncaring neanderthals. They have the sex on tape. And, apparently following the pigheaded advice of Bobby Knight and Clayton Williams, she sat back and enjoyed it.

SANTA ANA, Calif. - A 29-year-old Orange County woman has been charged with falsely accusing six men of kidnapping her at gunpoint and raping her.

An indictment returned by an Orange County grand jury also accuses Tamara Anne Moonier with fraudulently receiving more than $1,800 from a state emergency
fund for crime victims.

Can you believe that? She even took our taxpayer dollars on top of it.

Authorities said Moonier went to the Fullerton Police Department on June 6 to report that she had been abducted outside a bar at gunpoint, taken to an unknown location and raped. Police said one of the men Moonier had accused provided a tape showing she had orchestrated the sexual encounter.

Chrisopoulos said the 30-minute videotape shows Moonier telling the others what to do. "Pulling them in certain directions, pulling them into a bedroom, making references to the camera, aware that a camera is on, and just saying things that do not demonstrate fear and demonstrate a consenting adult," Chrisopoulos said.
What is this woman thinking? Is she a brick short of a load?

Incidents like this only harm the true victims in our society. Whether it is crying racism without cause, alleging (falsely) rape, a parent accusing the other one of molestation for revenge or child custody litigation advantage, or otherwise alleging a "hate" crime that never happened, there is nothing to be gained in the long run by making false or unsubstantiated claims.

With each such claim, the public is desensitized to the real victims. The real victims bear the cost of understandably facing greater scrutiny and, perhaps, never being believed. They suffer because of some unstable or vindictive faux-victim.

On the plus side, this woman has a resume for a job directing adult films when she gets out of jail.

17 Comments:

At 5:11 PM, Blogger Jehane said...

How does one orchestrate a sexual encounter??? I'm just curious...

"Fred, I need you to bring it up another notch back here"...

"Tony... [tap tap tap] I'm just *not* hearing music yet..."

"Ooooh! Brad, honey!!!! Brad...Brad...Brad... Oh... Braaaaad!!!!!!"

[smack!]

Oh! You naughty thing you! Punish me, Brad, PUNISH ME! I've been a bad, bad girl...

 
At 5:40 PM, Anonymous Hummer said...

Actually, I was going to explain it, but after reading your example, I think you have it figured out.

 
At 6:10 PM, Blogger spd rdr said...

This never happens to me.

 
At 6:40 PM, Blogger Pile On® said...

Maybe she isn't so stupid?

Perhaps what she was looking for was a good gang bang and then a ticket to a cot and three sqares a day.

 
At 7:21 PM, Blogger Jehane said...

You know, embarrassingly enough I'd forgotten leaving this comment until I brought up the little window to see what everyone else had said.

I need to get more sleep.

 
At 7:26 PM, Blogger Pile On® said...

That Cass, I beleive.

 
At 8:21 PM, Blogger spd rdr said...

Yeah, well, it still never happens to me.

 
At 7:38 AM, Blogger Jehane said...

You believe I need to get more sleep, or that I didn't remember leaving the comment??? Oh well, I probably won't remember leaving this one either.

How does one orchestrate a sexual encounter, the sequel: WHAT DOES ONE WEAR, TO ORCHESTRATE A SEXUAL ENCOUNTER?

Suggested attire:

Black fishnets, 3.5 inch heels (think my red ****-** shoes, Pile, but in black), cafe au lait alencon lace camisole and g-string with black satin trim, black cutaway jacket with ivory satin cuffs to match (of course).

I really think the baton is mandatory - rosewood would be very elegant with the rest of the ensemble.

I'm so tired...

 
At 9:00 AM, Blogger Brad Warbiany said...

How did I get cast in Cassandra's fantasy?

 
At 9:36 AM, Blogger Jehane said...

Brad, that wasn't intentional :)

I just picked names out of the ether. Actually we watched Troy on cable the otehr night, so I think "Brad" was hovering in my subconscious. Sorry if I weirded you out.

 
At 10:00 AM, Blogger KJ said...

Great. Now the Internet Review Committee is going to make me raise my rating here.

And now that you mention it spd, that never happens to me either.

 
At 12:37 PM, Blogger Pile On® said...

Yeah, it never happens to me either, but not for a lack of offers.

 
At 1:47 PM, Blogger Masked Menace© said...

nnnnnnnggggg....

...Must...Resist...snark...

 
At 3:29 PM, Blogger Jehane said...

The truly funny thing about all of this is that when I was typing that last comment I was so sleepy I was imagining Bugs Bunny in that stupid cutaway tuxedo he wears in the cartoons (you remember, the one where he used to sweep the tail aside before cracked his knuckles and sat down at the grand piano??? and then it rolled up when he tapped his baton on the podium when he was conducting the orchestra???) -- except for some reason he was wearing my lingerie and high heels and he had on bright red lipstick and a Carmen Miranda turban.

OK, I'm weird. It just struck me as incredibly funny at the time. I guess you have to have been up all night working...

I have *got* to get more sleep.

 
At 11:22 AM, Blogger tee bee said...

Okay, Brad I get, but who are Fred and Tony? Could there be something besides sleep (and Bugs) on your mind? ; )

Forget directing. I think this chick has upped the ante on Paris, whose, um, "action" debut sounds positively straight in comparison.

Not to overlook your point, KJ, but it seems that justice prevailed quite handily. I don't know that this incident could tip me into the jaded, cynical category, but Moonier getting her comeuppance definitely works for me.

 
At 3:03 PM, Blogger Jehane said...

Who knows, tee bee...I've never known a Tony - I have no idea where that came from :)

And I've only known one Fred - a senior I had a mad crush on my freshman year in college. I think I was just punchy and looking for a distraction from report-writing.

 
At 3:10 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I came across this letter/article, it is about this woman and an update on her. She was sentenced to 360 days of jail and she went to Orange County Jail for 60 days and is currently on House arrest (ankle-Bracelet) for the remaining 9 months of her light sentence...Check this out: Sick B***H:
Falsely Accused? And them some...
http://www.dontmakehermad.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=38
Copy & Paste into browser WOW!!
This poor guys story will sicken you about this woman!
M&M

 

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