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Santa Fe cop says detective assaulted her

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6 comments:

  • Margaret C de Baca posted at 2:45 pm on Thu, Aug 29, 2013.

    peace12 Posts: 60

    [sad]

     
  • adam eisman posted at 5:45 pm on Tue, Aug 27, 2013.

    pangolinjones Posts: 6

    There was also that one a few weeks back about a woman assaulting her "latest boyfriend" or something.
    This is pretty basic stuff to do so egregiously wrong.

     
  • Kim McCoy posted at 5:34 pm on Tue, Aug 27, 2013.

    KimM Posts: 4

    No, you're not. The article was obviously written that way to call into question the credibility of the victim and establish character for the alleged attacker. But why would we expect the New Mexican to be unbiased? I expect them to perpetuate the cultural stereotypes such as victim-blaming. Expecting anything more would be too high a bar for this publication.

     
  • Margaret C de Baca posted at 2:46 pm on Mon, Aug 26, 2013.

    peace12 Posts: 60

    Wake up Sante Fe residents!!!!!!!!!!!!![[sad]

     
  • adam eisman posted at 10:08 pm on Sat, Aug 24, 2013.

    pangolinjones Posts: 6

    Am I the only one seeing a bias against the accuser in the wording of this sentence?

    "A 31-year-old female patrol officer who has been with the city police department for less than two years has accused a veteran officer of sexual assault, Santa Fe police and the woman’s lawyer said Wednesday."

     
  • posted at 10:33 pm on Fri, Aug 23, 2013.

    Posts:

    how many more incidents of this type of behavior under ray rael will we endure as taxpayers?!

     

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