“This guy assaulted me!” claimed a woman.
The next moment, the entire crowd in the bus got onto him and started beating him hard. While he took a hard punch from the big muscular guy standing behind him, he wondered, whether calling a lady by poking her shoulder with fingers, is an assault? All he was trying was to return her handkerchief that had fallen on the bus floor.
Yes, that is indeed a not so rare case these days. It’s not always that people do actually assault. Sometimes, fake acquisitions too get somebody framed in an assault case. These fake assault claims have really become very common these days. Sexual assault cases being the most common in them, which sometimes lands even the innocent lads behind bars. Sexual assault cases are such sensitive cases that the judiciary hardly requires any evidence, and often the verdict is given in favour of the victim, who “claims” to have been assaulted. But do we ever think about the genuineness or the truthfulness of the claim that the victim is making? Never.
People have this common idea set in their minds that if a girl/lady complains of sexual assault, then it is definitely true, no matter whether the accused guy is involved or not. It’s in people and their minds that women do get assaulted, and they will never lie about an assault. But that’s not how it always looks like!! It’s not always the men who are guilty.
Often these false acquisitions develop as a result of underlying grudges for the accused in the minds of the so called victim. That is what the famous toronto sexual assault lawyer Mr Sam Goldstein has to say. All these years, he has been dealing with numerous such cases where the accused have been framed under false charges by the victims. The reasons behind such false acquisitions can be anything, from domestic issues, to underlying grudges, to even social networking issues. Sam’s investigations and handling of such cases have made clear the fact that, it’s not always that the victim is right, sometimes the victim too exaggerates things, in order to frame the accused.
If no one believes you being innocent, Sam will do. That is what his work space and field of work says. He has been dealing with such cases for so long that he even now knows the how to trace the events of false acquisitions. He has been able to use social networking mediums as a platform, which would simplify and rather help in solving such delicate cases. Thanks to him, many innocent people have been saved from landing up behind the bars.
These days due to such efforts and proven false acquisitions, the judiciary seems to be impartial and asks for more and more supporting evidence of the victim’s claim. As far as the common people are considered, nobody can change somebody’s already set mind, but one should always remember, “Every coin has two faces, and one face exists because the other does!”