Richard Henriques on the automatic use of terms like ‘victim’ within a presumed-innocence legal infrastructure: “… since the investigative process is similarly engaged in ascertaining facts which will, if proven, establish guilt, the use of the word ‘victim’ [as opposed to ‘alleged victim’] at the commencement of an investigation is simply inaccurate”

Recall that bureaucrats get no authorized say-so either way because no meatspace avatar or group of individual meatspace avatars could ever possess the requisite authority to create even one binding law (recall as well that under conditions of 100% free markets there would be far fewer incidences of either sexual assault or false accusations of sexual assault because more aspiring rapists would find themselves eating proverbial lead and therefore fewer meatspace avatars would aspire to be rapists).

http://vancouversun.com/opinion/christie-blatchford-unlike-canada-u-k-has-learned-sex-assault-victims-arent-always-victims/wcm/bff4106b-814d-42a7-8d69-caec5f23b91f

The doctor posted this entry on Day 524 of WWIII