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    BJPenn.com issues barely coherent rape culture apologetics regarding Team Lloyd Irvin

    Originally from http://womensmma.com/uncategorized/b...m-lloyd-irvin/

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    Inexplicably, BJPenn.com
    The trouble continues in the Team Lloyd Irvin scandal as an alleged survivor in the rape case has surfaced and filed a civil suit on December 30th of 2013 against Nicholas Schultz, Matthew Maldonado, the owners of the parking garage in which the incident was said to have taken place Penn Parking inc. and Michael Romeo Group LLC which is the night club that the the suspects that were in question were partying at before the incident occurred.
    owner of the nightclub.

    Not really
    She most likely has adverse feeling toward a club that allowed her to get into such a situation without proper security (in her eyes) and the parking lot most likely for lack of lighting and security cameras.
    Another reason for the mystery survivors suits is to drag Team Lloyd Irvin through the mud for as long as possible. TLI has been receiving flak left at right from publish relations since the case began. Also, it has brought up a past event dating back to 1989 in which Lloyd Irvin was allegedly at a gang rape, but he was acquitted of all charges stating that he was attempting to engage in a consensual and agreed upon situation but was unable to become erect.
    17 year old girl
    Also surfacing, allegations that there are over a million dollars in tax liens against Irvin as well as DJ Jackson, who was once an up and comer out of Team Lloyd Irvin, being accused of rape as well, and many more cases of Irvin performing in inappropriate sexual behavior.
    Details are scarce, but BJPenn.com will be bringing you up to date information regarding the TLI scandal.

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    Mr. Summers pretends to take a neutral journalistic approach with the repeated use of "alleged" but the article is badly written as well as obviously biased. It seems the reporter is playing to an audience of MMArtists that he assumes will feel sympathy for Maldonado and Schultz. As though the Rape Culture -- an ugly but accurate term -- should be an accepted part of MMA culture. Just boys being boys.

    Mr. Summers may technically get away with calling the victim an alleged rape survivor, since there have been no convictions thus far. But, given the video that was played in the courtroom, his choice of language only serves to emphasize the obvious bias. However, he should not label Mr Irvin's presence and participation in an earlier rape alleged, nor the fact that the IRS has imposed a tax lien upon him, because these are facts beyond dispute.

    The statement that "it�s still strange that this unknown survivor has chosen now to file the claim. . ." makes no sense. What does he think its strange about it? And why is she "unknown"? And, the statement that "[a]nother reason for the mystery survivors suits is to drag Team Lloyd Irvin through the mud for as long as possible." is so groundless and unjustifiable on so many levels that it is actually hard to address.

    Mr. Summers' article and the attitude that it exhibits does a huge disservice to the MA community.

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