Front Page Mag: On March 25, 1931, two white women, Victoria Price and Ruby Bates, claimed that they had been gang-raped by nine black teens along the railroad from Chattanooga to Memphis.

The boys had hopped a train ride, as had the two girls, who were with two white boys. A fight broke out inside the train car, with the white boys tossed off, leaving the white girls and black boys together. The white boys informed the nearest stationmaster that they had been in a fight with the black boys.

The stationmaster took quick action. At the next stop, a town called Paint Rock, Alabama, a militia/posse took the law into their hands and “arrested” the black boys, transporting them to jail cells in nearby Scottsboro. The charge was that they had raped the white girls. more …

Opinion: Genesis 29:7-20:

“And it came to pass after these things that his master’s wife cast longing eyes on Joseph, and she said, “Lie with me.”

But he refused and said to his master’s wife, “Look, my master does not know what is with me in the house, and he has committed all that he has to my hand. There is no one greater in this house than I, nor has he kept back anything from me but you, because you are his wife. How then can I do this great wickedness, and sin against God?”

10 So it was, as she spoke to Joseph day by day, that he did not heed her, to lie with her or to be with her.

11 But it happened about this time, when Joseph went into the house to do his work, and none of the men of the house was inside, 12 that she caught him by his garment, saying, “Lie with me.” But he left his garment in her hand, and fled and ran outside. 13 And so it was, when she saw that he had left his garment in her hand and fled outside, 14 that she called to the men of her house and spoke to them, saying, “See, he has brought in to us a Hebrew to mock us. He came in to me to lie with me, and I cried out with a loud voice. 15 And it happened, when he heard that I lifted my voice and cried out, that he left his garment with me, and fled and went outside.”

16 So she kept his garment with her until his master came home. 17 Then she spoke to him with words like these, saying, “The Hebrew servant whom you brought to us came in to me to mock me; 18 so it happened, as I lifted my voice and cried out, that he left his garment with me and fled outside.”

19 So it was, when his master heard the words which his wife spoke to him, saying, “Your servant did to me after this manner,” that his anger was aroused. 20 Then Joseph’s master took him and put him into the prison, a place where the king’s prisoners were confined.”

Interestingly, Exodus 23:21; Deuteronomy 19:15; Proverbs 16:19; Luke 3:14 and 2 Corinthians 13:1 also appear to point to the danger of punishing innocent men.

Despite the Left’s new religion “Believe Women”, false accusations are a danger to everyone and trample the American judicial system.


  1. A great American novel was written about this in the same context as the author’s post – “To Kill a Mockingbird.”

  2. “Despite the Left’s new religion “Believe Women”, false accusations are a danger to everyone and trample the American judicial system.”

    Just what TPTB want to do. Great post. Potiphar’s wife did not come to mind in all this, but it’s true there is a biblical example for everything in the natural realm. Nothing new under the sun, as King Solomon said. I just cannot imagine carrying the guilt of a false accusation. But, I guess some people are willing to.
    “The heart is deceitful above all things and desperately wicked.” Jeremiah 17:9

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