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    Ken Clarke, the UK Justice secretary, made a couple of way out comments:

    1. Date rape is not always rape!

    2. Sex with underage childern might not qualify as rape "in the ordinary conversational sense".

    What is this guy on.

    Rape is rape....end of!

    This was reported in today's Irish Indo.

    How did this guy get to his current position and should he resign?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BACMAN36 View Post
    Ken Clarke, the UK Justice secretary, made a couple of way out comments:

    1. Date rape is not always rape!

    2. Sex with underage childern might not qualify as rape "in the ordinary conversational sense".

    What is this guy on.

    Rape is rape....end of!

    This was reported in today's Irish Indo.

    How did this guy get to his current position and should he resign?
    I saw this last night. He prolly just phrased his initial response incorrectly. That being said he should have made no mistakes and clarified immediately what he meant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rayden View Post
    I saw this last night. He prolly just phrased his initial response incorrectly. That being said he should have made no mistakes and clarified immediately what he meant.

    Think he is trying to "clarify" his remarks.

    Smacks of back-peddling to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BACMAN36 View Post
    Think he is trying to "clarify" his remarks.

    Smacks of back-peddling to me.

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    DSK is also trying to clarify the definition of rape, and I sure hope it doesn't pan out in his favour!!.
    Last edited by 10inchesandcounting; 19-05-11 at 11:03. Reason: spelling mistake!.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BACMAN36 View Post
    Ken Clarke, the UK Justice secretary, made a couple of way out comments:

    1. Date rape is not always rape!

    2. Sex with underage childern might not qualify as rape "in the ordinary conversational sense".

    What is this guy on.

    Rape is rape....end of!

    This was reported in today's Irish Indo.

    How did this guy get to his current position and should he resign?
    there is a gulf of difference between date rape and stranger rape (guy behind bush)
    people rarely invent a case of stranger rape, but sadly, in many cases of date rape
    the complaint conceals an ulterior motive. i haven't yet read what he said but he
    would never go public with such comments without foundation. at school many girls
    14+ boasted about their sex lives-but the law classifies same as rape?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10inchesandcounting View Post
    DSK is also trying to clarify the definition of rape, and I sure hope it doesn't pan out in his favour!!.
    Personally I think DSK was set up by the US, I don't think a person in his position would dare do something like that. I know I sound like a conspiracy nutjob saying so but the whole thing just stinks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monster_monster View Post
    Personally I think DSK was set up by the US, I don't think a person in his position would dare do something like that. I know I sound like a conspiracy nutjob saying so but the whole thing just stinks.
    correct me if i'm wrong but his identity would remain anonymous
    until proven guilty under the Irish system.

    as it stands now, whichever is the case, isn't much harm done?

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    Here's a transcript of the Clarke interview: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-13444770

    Quote Originally Posted by monster_monster View Post
    Personally I think DSK was set up by the US, I don't think a person in his position would dare do something like that. I know I sound like a conspiracy nutjob saying so but the whole thing just stinks.
    Much as I like a good conspiracy theory, this one doesn't make much sense. The US doesn't really have a motive, nor does the NYPD. Also, DSK was well known for doing this sort of thing even before he moved to New York to take up the IMF job. Obviously he deserves a fair trial, but I would be very surprised if he turned out to be innocent.

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    somebody working as a chambermaid would have access to DNA material.
    if i had a big job like that, i think i would sooner dial a call girl, than risk
    the rest of my life in the slammer.

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