The Anti Anti Site

This site was created in order to raise the awareness and fight all ignorance and superstitions related to "Anti" issues or issues that raise anti: such as Anti Semitism, Abortions, child abuse, rapes, domestic violence and much more.... The site collects every piece of information regarding these issues, and put it here with reference to the origin. I believe that this information is valuable to all members of society no matter which side of the debate they find themselves.

Saturday, February 10, 2007

Surgery for gang rapist after jail yard bashing

ONE of Sydney's most notorious gang rapists is fighting for his life after being bashed in Goulburn jail. He was with his older brother and fellow gang rapist in the yards of Goulburn Correctional Centre when they were set upon by six prisoners on Thursday afternoon. The younger man suffered serious head injuries and was evacuated to Canberra hospital in a critical condition. Goulburn Police Inspector Joseph Thone said the 26-year-old was operated on by surgeons on Thursday night and was in a serious but stable condition last night. The 28-year-old brother suffered a broken arm and was returned to the prison yesterday after a night in Goulburn Base Hospital. Authorities would not confirm the identities of the men. But the Nine Network reported they were the eldest of four Pakistan-born brothers convicted in 2002 for a number of gang rapes, including that of Tegan Warner, who was 14 at the time of the assault.

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Thursday, February 08, 2007

Man Sentenced in Rape of Cornell Student

A man convicted of raping a Cornell student was sentenced to a maximum of 25 years in a state prison Monday. According to police, Draper Welch broke into the victim's apartment on Feb. 22, 2006, woke her, threatened to shoot her and sexually assaulted her. He then stole several hundred dollars in cash and some DVDs from the victim before leaving her apartment, which was located on the Commons. Assistant District Attorney Linda Gafford, who prosecuted the trial, called the crime a “random act of violence" and Welch “a sexual predator," according to the Ithaca Journal. During the sentencing Welch, a 25-year-old, black Ithacan, argued that he was innocent, that the sexual intercourse between himself and the victim was consensual and alleged racial biases against himself.

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Tuesday, February 06, 2007

Gold Coast 'child abuse hot spot'

The Gold Coast has become a hot spot for child abuse and injury by parents with drug and alcohol problems, Queensland Child Safety Minister Desley Boyle says. And parents who move there in haste for the "sun, surf and sand" often neglect their children after ending up flat broke, she said. But the abuse and neglect were not only linked to poverty, Ms Boyle warned. Child safety staff had removed abused children from the luxurious Q1 Tower at Surfers Paradise - the world's tallest residential building with its own rainforest and artificial beach. "So, whether it is children living out of cars or in trouble in million-dollar apartments, our staff on the Gold Coast are very busy," she said. Ms Boyle revealed that the Labrador Child Safety Service Centre on the Gold Coast averaged 34 notifications of suspected harm to children each month.

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Sunday, February 04, 2007

secret of who is behind the rise in anti-semitism

Good news for Britain’s Jewish community — anti-semitic attacks have decreased sharply in the past year. Racist attacks on blacks, Asians and Arabs are “far higher than the level of anti-semitic attacks”. So mazeltov then, you lucky, lucky Jews. Stop that whining. You’ve never had it so good. That, at least, is the view of Lee Jasper, “race adviser” to Ken Livingstone and also on the board of the National Black Alliance, National Black Caucus and Operation Black Vote. (Indeed, if you were to choose two words at random and put the word “black” in between, you’d probably hit on an organisation run by Lee and funded, somewhere along the line, by your wallet.) .

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Friday, February 02, 2007

Abortion counseling bill defeated

CHEYENNE - The Wyoming House of Representatives on Wednesday narrowly defeated a bill that would have required pregnant women to wait 24 hours and undergo counseling before they could get an abortion.By a vote of 32-28, the House killed on first reading the bill that supporters dubbed the Women's Right to Know Act.Main sponsor Bob Brechtel, R-Casper, said he brought the bill at the request of women who told him they weren't informed about the dangers of abortion before they underwent the procedure and suffered physical and psychological damage."What this bill really is about is we recognize that women are injured, some percentage of women are injured emotionally and physically," Brechtel said. And, he said, "Periodically, someone dies." .

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Wednesday, January 31, 2007

'I never asked to see rapist's penis'

The former counsel of an Ekurhuleni sexual predator has vehemently denied accusations that he wrongly advised his then client to plead guilty in order to get a lesser sentence. Advocate William Karam also dismissed claims by convicted sexual molester John Peter Putter that he had asked to see Putter's penis during consultations at Johannesburg Prison. Karam was on Tuesday called to the Johannesburg High Court to test allegations the 34-year-accused, of Northmead, Benoni, had made against Karam when he this week attempted to change his guilty plea to one of not guilty. In his testimony this week, Putter alleged that Karam had made sexual advances to him and would often buy him chocolates, sweets and cigarettes. .

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Monday, January 29, 2007

Police's rape investigations often left out of daily reports

STOCKTON - Stockton police and the San Joaquin County Sheriff's Office don't tell the public about most rape cases they investigate until crime statistics come out at the end of a year, but advocacy groups and some residents say the practice leads to a false sense of security and could even put the public at risk. The two agencies investigated 134 rapes in 2006 but revealed just 11 of those cases to the public when the reports were made, department records show. Both agencies say they treat sex crimes differently than crimes such as car theft, robbery or purse snatching, which they report daily. Officials for the two agencies said they have good reasons for not reporting every rape when it occurs, including protecting the privacy of the victim. .

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