Sex crime survivors in San Francisco say police, prosecutors and hospitals have failed them.
According to the San Francisco Examiner, the accusations ranged from police not thoroughly conducting interviews and gathering video evidence to hospital staff improperly collecting a urine sample.
“These are not just a few isolated incidents,” said Supervisor Hillary Ronen. “There is a pattern of negligence and mistreatment that I consider abusive towards rape victims. These are city employees who are blaming the victims for their own assaults, disregarding the severity of these rapes.”
No surprises here. Except perhaps’s Ronen’s self-righteous indignation.
Everyone knows San Francisco leaders could care less about crime victims. Just ask the Steinle family or the families of the countless people of color who have been exterminated by the San Francisco Police Department.
A Human Rights Commission employee who identified herself as Jane Doe, said a man drugged and raped her at a bar in January 2016. She said the police investigator on her case took his time processing toxicology results and did not seek out key witnesses.
“This is not hyperbole, SFPD makes a mockery of rape investigations and rape victims,” the woman said. “I couldn’t believe that I had been raped and the police didn’t even care. It is demoralizing and maddening, every day I suffer with severe depression and anxiety.”
That’s how the Police State rolls.