Louder With Crowder
Nov 16, 2017
We aren’t too fond of many things European. Examples: their gun laws, their migrant laws, their annoying level of formality.
We are quite impressed, however, at their shock and horror over a serial HIV spreader and their willingness to prosecute. Two things California won’t do, because feelings (see In California, It’s Worse to Misgender Someone Than Infect Them with HIV and Purposefully Exposing People to HIV is No Longer a Felony in California…).
After a six-week trial and a two-year police investigation, Daryll Jack Thomas Rowe, 27, today became the first man in Britain to be found guilty of intentionally infecting others with HIV.
— Louise Ridley (@LouiseRidley) November 15, 2017
First alleged victim of Daryll Rowe has told a court he feared he'd be beaten up for not having bareback sex https://t.co/k2fFVMsAyL
— PinkNews (@PinkNews) October 10, 2017
— Stuart Millar (@stuartmillar159) November 15, 2017
Thankfully this evil impling was brought to justice. It won’t undo the HIV, but it’s something. Something is more than what California is willing to do when it comes to intentional spreading of the booty flu.
Terrible things are always happening. Just take a look at the pervy champs who keep popping up on the left (see Male Prostitute Found Dead in Democrat Donor’s Home. Media Silence… and ‘Anti-Harassment’ Democrat Aide Accused of Sexually Harassing Women. But It Gets Worse…). But when policies are based on protecting the rights of citizens over what “feels right,” the law can help to mitigate said terribleness.
We’re just as shocked as you are that Britain actually got something right this time.
This article was posted: Thursday, November 16, 2017 at 8:42 am