Ann Coulter: To Say, 'Stop Raping Me!' in English, Press '1' NowAnn Coulter
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The same media that slavishly ignored the alleged rape of a 14-year-old girl by two illegal immigrants in Rockville, Maryland, spent last week crowing about the prosecutor's refusal to bring charges.
It turns out that illegal aliens gang-raping a 14-year-old girl in a bathroom stall is not a statutory rape because ... the girl had previously sent one of her assailants prurient text messages.
Somebody better tell the college campuses.
Columbia University's Mattress Girl, Emma Sulkowicz, became an international cause celebre after alleging rape against a fellow student to whom she'd sent dozens of desperate and salacious messages -- including, most memorably, "f--k me in the butt," and "I wuv you so much."
She'd also had consensual sex with him several times, only one of which she deemed "rape."