Oxford Student Gets Away with Stabbing Boyfriend Because of Her “Extraordinary Talent”
If you’re like me, then you’ve read story after story from feminists complaining about how the justice system unfair lets male aggressors off the hook when they commit crimes against women. Even though the jails are full of men and there are countless studies that show women receive lighter sentences for pretty much every single crime on the books, they still spout this garbage…and the corrupt and sick mainstream media help them do it. Here’s another example of how full of shit both feminists and their journalist co-conspirators really are.
Don’t expect to see this one on Mother Jones, MSNBC, or in The New York Times. As you read it, try to imagine how noted harpies Amanda Marcotte and Jessica Valenti would be reacting if this was an “extraordinarily talent[ed]” man who got off the hook for stabbing his girlfriend.
An Oxford University student who stabbed her boyfriend could be spared jail after a judge said she had an “extraordinary” talent for medicine.
Lavinia Woodward, 24, who studied at Christ Church College, Oxford, stabbed her Cambridge-educated boyfriend in the leg on December 30 last year following a row.
The pair had a drink and drug-fuelled argument, and Woodward punched and swiped at the victim with a bread knife.
She then stabbed the man before hurling a laptop, glass and a jam jar at him…
She admitted a charge of unlawful wounding at Oxford Crown Court and Judge Ian Pringle said the offence would normally mean a custodial sentence.
But he then deferred sentencing for a period of four months and hinted that she would not be jailed – because of her ”extraordinary” talent.
He said: “It seems to me that if this was a one-off, a complete one-off, to prevent this extraordinarily able young lady from not following her long-held desire to enter the profession she wishes to, would be a sentence which would be too severe.
“What you did will never, I know, leave you but it was pretty awful, and normally it would attract a custodial sentence, whether it is immediate or suspended.”
Ah, it’s good to have that female priviledge, isn’t it, ladies? To be clear, there is a chance that it was a one-off mistake. And I understand the judge wanting to be lenient. But just imagine all the articles that would have been written had Lavina been named Larry.
The feminist double standard is blinding.