"i suffered a serious sexual assault whilst serving in the British Army by 2 other serving soldiers in my unit. i reported this but was made to sign a letter that i dint want to proscute the soldiers involved. I was told by the interviewing officer it was my fault this had happened. i suffered bullying afterwards and forced out the Army as i was classed as a trouble maker. The Army then covered up m complaints of bullying and still havent dealt with my complaints regarding bullying 8b years after i submitted them to my chain of command. i later have since recieved a statement from a senior ex military policemen that my complaints were covered up by the chain of command in whitehall. My case is similar to Anne Marie Ellement who sadly took her own life."
Donna Rayment on why she signed our petition. Please sign it yourself to show your support for justice for all rape survivors.
SlutWalk London 2012 - Saturday 22nd September 2012, meet 12.30pm at Top of Piccadilly (near Hyde Park Corner).
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SlutWalk London 2012!
Sheila Farmer's prosecution dropped
Photos: Tom Radenz and Claire Butler
Why SlutWalk London?
"I am walking because I was raped. I am walking because two thirds of people who answered a survey would say I am to blame for my rape. The only person to blame is the man who raped me.I am so angry with the lack of justice, the hundreds and thousands of rapists who walk away. I am angry because the survivors of rape are victimised again and again. If we report it (I did) we are forced to re-live it in horrendous detail several times over. We feel violated again when the CPS decides not to prosecute after all and he simply walks away. We are not victims. We were victims, for a moment in time. Now, we are survivors."
- Emily Jacob