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“The police and justice are anti-women and anti-children institutions”: Caroline de Haas causes an outcry with her remarks

2022-01-23T12:20:40.319Z

Based on a case of intra-family sexual assault, the feminist activist believed that “justice [was] on the side of violent people”.



She is not at her first attempt.

In 2018, Caroline de Haas caused a wave of indignation by declaring in an interview with

L'Obs

: “

one in two or three men is an aggressor.

Four years later, the feminist activist is renewing the experience, attacking the institutions of the police and justice, which she described in a tweet on Friday

as “anti-women and anti-children.

»

Read alsoCaroline De Haas, the strange methods of the passionaria of feminism

To understand the origin of his remarks, it is necessary to trace the thread of his

thread

, which intends to show that “

French justice defends paedocriminals.

Caroline de Haas recounts the case of a man in the North sentenced to five years in prison, three years of socio-judicial follow-up and a treatment order for the sexual assault of his six-year-old goddaughter.

Height of horror, the scene was filmed by the little sister of the victim, aged 4 years.

The activist relies on a Yahoo link, which itself takes up an article from

La Voix du Nord

 and declares: "

In August 2019, an uncle raped a child.

Her sister is a witness.

The victims are 6 and 4 years old.

He was sentenced today.

For sexual assault.

Sexual assault.

He raped one child in front of another.

It's an aggravated felony.

Justice dequalifies violence.

»

Distinguishing rape from sexual assault

The article in

La Voix Nord

does indeed refer to a “

rape”.

However, a second article in the regional daily

L'Observateur

provides more details on the abuse suffered by the child. As atrocious as they are - the man notably masturbated with his head between the girl's legs -, they cannot however constitute rape, since there was no act of penetration, which Caroline de Haas does not specify. Without taking this essential legal distinction into consideration, Caroline de Haas says she is "

nauseous

", believing that "

justice is on the side of violent people

", then adds:“

The national police and justice are anti-women and anti-children institutions.

It should also be remembered that at the end of his sentence, the individual, who has been under curatorship since 2017, will be prohibited from contacting his victims and will now be registered in Fijasiv (Automated judicial file for perpetrators of sexual or violent offences).

She had undoubtedly anticipated it, but her accusations were quick to react to the representatives of the various houses. The spokeswoman for the Ministry of the Interior thus qualified his remarks as “

just anything.

“Before adding:”

Reading this tweet, I think back to all the women and children I helped when I was a police officer in the field. Lots of faces, situations that come back to me, vulnerable people that we protect every day, we police & gendarmes.

“An anger shared by the Minister Delegate for Citizenship Marlène Schiappa, judging that this tweet is”

despicable

“and that it”

discourages women and children victims of violence to file a complaint and who spits on policewomen,police, gendarmes.

“On the side of the magistrates too, the pill is struggling to pass.

The Belfort prosecutor notably invited the activist to come and spend a few days with a Family Protection Brigade, which would do her “

the greatest good

”.

Responding to Marlène Schiappa, Caroline de Haas recalled that in cases of spousal murder, "

when women had filed a complaint, in 80% of cases, the complaint was dismissed

".

Even if we do not see the direct relationship with the drama experienced by the two girls in the North.

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Source: lefigaro

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