The military judge at the pretrial hearing reprimanded Vice Adm. Rodney P. Rempt for attempting to bias the proceeding against the defendant. The judge concluded there was an "appearance of unlawful command influence" in the case. The judge declared, "This is almost trial by public policy, trial by press release."The sharpest cut comes at the end.
Thus, the Naval Academy rape case from its start resembles the Duke Lacrosse rape case, where three innocent team members were publicly "nifonged" by the Durham District Attorney. Lamar Owens was "Rempt-raped" by the superintendent. One is Rempt-Raped when one's name, honor, character and future have been maliciously destroyed by a male or female agent of the radical feminist matriarchy -- a superior officer whose position and power is used to further his or her career at the expense of justice in a case of a false sexual accusation by a female.
The answer rests at the "political" source of power in each case. In North Carolina, it is at a very low level of governance. At the Naval Academy, it has its origin in the Congress and executive branch of the U.S. government. And the latter are driven solely by politicians doing the bidding of the radical feminists.Not a stranger to issues of feminism and the culture-wars, the author may be a little over the top in a clause or two (I am guilty of that on an almost daily basis), but it is calm compared to what I hear in the Fleet.
Why is there no outcry for the public censure of Vice Adm. Rempt for his Rempt-rape of Midshipman Owens? He is furtively fighting for his reputation by delaying the decision on Midshipmen Owens until soon before his expected retirement this coming summer, while Midshipman Owens languishes at the Naval Shipyard, awaiting punishment. Michael Nifong -- meet Rodney Remp.
Hat tip CoRev.