Tuesday, October 11, 2016

The rape case that Clinton tried illustrates a problem with "Believe the victim"

The facts about Hillary Clinton and the Kathy Shelton rape case - StarTribune.com:
Memories are malleable over time. The record shows that Shelton’s memories of the case have changed, specifically concerning being forced to take a psychiatric exam that, it turns out, was not approved by the court.
No, this does not mean Shelton lied, and there's no doubt that she was raped. It means what it says: human memories are not as reliable as most of us think.