21-Year-Old Michigan College Student Faces Felony Charge for False Rape Allegation
Earlier this year, 21-year-old Mary T. Zolkowski told Delta College officials that while fumbling for her keys in a parking lot, she was attacked and brutally raped.
According to Zolkowski, her supposed attacker grabbed her by the face and throat from behind, sexually assaulting her without a condom.
From February till March, the investigation into Zolkowski's story quickly fell apart. First, she refused to take a physical test, then told investigators she didn't want them coming to her house. She claimed her neck and back were sore, but showed no signs of injury or bruising. She named her attacker — when police located him, she told them she didn't want him prosecuted.
Finally, Zolkowsi confessed — she'd fabricated the entire story.
One can't help but wonder if Zolkowski's allegations were the result of the college leftist victimhood culture, where social hierarchy is determined by how "badly" one has been victimized. According to the National Sexual Violence Resource Center, false rape allegations have swelled from 2.1% to 7.1% since 2000.
Hilariously, there's been no word from Delta College feminists, who started an "I Believe Her" campaign during the investigation into Zolkowski's claims. For those on the left, the narrative always takes precedence over facts.
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