Monday, February 23, 2015

Houston Admits Rapists Allowed to Rape Again Due to Backlogged Rape Kits

The Daily Sheeple
February 23rd, 2015

This morning Annise Parker, Mayor of Houston, made a grand sweeping announcement that all of the data from 6,663 rape kits dating back three decades have finally been fed into the federal CODIS (Combined DNA Index System) database.
This immediately resulted in 29 warrants for arrest straight away.

Sure, some of the accused were already in jail, but others were allowed to go free all this time because those rape kits had never been analyzed in all those years.

So why the big publicized pat on the back for Houston finally doing its job?

“This milestone is of special importance to survivors and their families and friends,” Parker said. “However, it is also significant for the city of Houston, which is among the first in the country to eliminate its backlog of untested sexual assault kits.” (source)

That’s right. Houston is one of the first cities in America to finally get caught up on rape kit data. The city had over 6,000 kits dating back to the 1980s… and that’s just one city.

Now consider there are some 400,000 rape kits sitting around untested nationwide while the accused, potentially dangerous rapists walk around free to rape again.

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