Thursday, April 12, 2012
A false accusation
Initially she worked with a group of women in publicity. But things went sour when she got pushy; despite being new on staff she submitted a plan to change everyone's role in the work team, with herself being promoted and getting a pay rise. Her inability to get on with the other women led to her being given training sessions on workplace relationships. The training didn't work out well and she was referred to a workplace psychologist.
She was then sent to work as a business analyst with a group of men. That proved to be a big mistake. She got on well with her mentor, Angus Patterson; others in the office believed that she was flirtatious with him. They got on very well.
But then a social function took place at which her boss, Michael Blomfield was present. The events at the function are contested but some of the other female staff observed Dye chasing after Blomfield and warned him she was trouble. Blomfield went on a walk with her and told her that a relationship was out of the question.
Dye then made a claim that Blomfield had sexually harassed her. She rang her friend and mentor Angus Patterson and told him she was going to destroy Blomfield and his family. When Patterson declined to offer his support, she then made an accusation of rape against him.
The bank made an internal investigation and found her claims were baseless. The claims, however, were leaked to the press and the reputations of the two men suffered. Both left their positions at the bank; the bank did, however, support them during their trial.
During the trial Dye was found to be an unreliable witness. She made a number of claims that were disproven, for instance, through telephone records. The judge found the two men innocent.
There's an interesting and more detailed account of the story here. I decided to post a small item on the court case because it's another reminder to us that women are not always the innocent victims in these matters.
Posted by Mark Richardson at 11:41 am
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What a wrecker. "Fairness" does not mean getting whatever you want at any given time. What's perhaps a little interesting is that other women are frequently far less sympathetic to these kinds of women then men, who can be often suckered in.ReplyDelete
Yes, some men are far more sympathetic to insane whores like this than the average woman.ReplyDelete
other women are frequently far less sympathetic to these kinds of women then men, who can be often suckered in.ReplyDelete
That's true of what happened in this case. Some of the women at the bank warned the men in management to beware.
False sexual harassment accusations and false rape allegations only discredit true occurences more and more. I for example have become so exhausted due to these women that when an accusation of this sort is thrown out my first reaction is "Is it legitimate? Is it true?". I'm not thinking "Let's investigate and help". I'm unfortunately thinking "Is this a lie? Is she guilty?". After so many cry-wolfs, who will hear them when a real wolf comes? Feminists have a lot to answer to. My sympathy levels have dropped and maybe that's for the best. I'm more skeptical now. It isn't just the man who may be guilty. It may be the woman as well. It could be both of them. With all of the degeneracy unleashed by sexual liberation that has touched both sexes, it's best to the skeptical before coming to a conclusion.ReplyDelete
Her inability to get on with the other women led to her being given training sessions on workplace relationships.ReplyDelete
Observe her eyes, demeanor and face. She has that upper-class ambitious traitorous, bitchy look. Maybe it's true that women can pick this up faster than men.
I'm a man and I could tell as soon as I saw her.ReplyDelete
Too polished. But very calculative eyes.ReplyDelete
I wonder if she's lied about her academic achievements and qualifications too.
That type of accusation does not come without a previous problematic history ... the bad habit gets worse over time.
That type of accusation does not come without a previous problematic historyReplyDelete
Supposedly (it's a point of contention) she left a previous employer with a payout.
"What's perhaps a little interesting is that other women are frequently far less sympathetic to these kinds of women then men, who can be often suckered in."ReplyDelete
Perhaps men might behave differently if they were told that they were partial towards women, instead of the fictional patriarchal brotherhood.
Chivalry justice from the early 20th century and demands of female jurors
This is a case for avoiding the appearance of sin. If she's not your woman, don't be anywhere in private with her; it's not worth the risk.ReplyDelete
Her look reminds me of Karla Homolka.ReplyDelete
If she's not your woman, don't be anywhere in private with herReplyDelete
One of the accused men admitted he had made this mistake; he went for a walk with her after a social function to talk privately with her.
This malicious woman should be put into a labour camp for 10 or 15 years, then she would learn that her pride & vanity not being gratified are not the worst things in the world after all.ReplyDelete
She's appealed??????? I think she needs treatment for PD. Her mother even lied for her. (See court judgement and summary). I thought perjury was a criminal offense, when you swear out complaints for rape with the NSW police? Seems the 5.85 million damages has not stopped her, now she is on another campaign to over turn the judges opinion. How can this just go on and on? Her legal team must be out of pocket too?ReplyDelete