Lies, lies, lies.
Now we have a more credible gang-rape story complete with a police report. But Matt Drudge does not seem interested and I do not see a whole lot of play of the story elsewhere in the media.
A young woman was watching a video on the news when she discovered a nightmare scenario: She may have been drugged and gang-raped on a crowded Florida beach in broad daylight, as bystanders watched.
It's not the first time this has happened to a young woman in Panama City Beach, authorities say.
The woman's face can't be seen in the video, and parts of it were blurred. But she recognized her tattoos and contacted authorities.
Four young men were involved in the assault, authorities say. Two have been arrested and an arrest warrant has been issued for a third suspect, who federal marshals are trying to track down, said Bay County Sheriff Frank McKeithen. Investigators are also hoping to talk with a fourth person who is a possible witness.
Within feet of where the attack was happening, "There's hundreds, hundreds of people standing there -- watching, looking, seeing, hearing what's going on," McKeithen said.
"And yet our culture and our society and our young people have got to the point where obviously this is acceptable somewhere. I will tell you it is not acceptable in Bay County."Now then,an allegation is just that. There are many factors to consider before buying into the story. Videos do lie. And maybe the sheriff and majority of people of Bay County, Florida, do not like spring break partiers and like a media biased against fraternities, Catholics and Duke University, the police bought the story.
But this is a credible allegation in that you have police corroboration.
So why did the media spread lies about these false rape while ignoring this one? Well, men accused in the false rape stories were largely (if not all) white. Fraternities tend to be white, except for black fraternities. Most Catholic priests are white, and only the white members of the lacrosse team were accused.
The two men arrested in the Panama City gang-rape are black. They attend Troy University in Alabama.
While black men make up 13% of the male population, they make up 23% of the men incarcerated for sexual assault, 44% of the men incarcerated for rape, and 48% of the men incarcerated for all violent crimes, the Bureau of Justice Statistics reported.
These facts betray the media stereotype that white males are the fount of all evil in the world. Negative racial stereotypes still exist, they simply have reversed.