US Lawyer tells rape trial jury women are 'good' at lying

15:31  21 april  2017
15:31  21 april  2017 Source:   Associated Press

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This is where lying cunning women get to use their pussy privilege to destroy a man or men. IMO, the Jury Nullification post is the best PE has put out there. This woman ’s reaction to it is I’m not arguing with anybody. If and when I’m on a rape trial jury , I will submit that the defendant is Not Guilty.

“People can be very good at lying ," defense lawyer Steve Farese said during closing arguments in a Memphis case Thursday. "He stood in front of 11 women on a jury and said women are liars? He is on trial this week charged with three counts of aggravated rape against one woman .

FILE - In this April 18, 2007, file photo, defense attorney Steve Farese Sr., speaks in Selmer, Tenn., in the trial of Mary Winkler, who was eventually convicted of voluntary manslaughter in the March 2006 shooting death of her preacher husband, Matthew Winkler. Farese is being criticized for telling a Tennessee jury that women are “especially good” at lying “because they’re the weaker sex.” The Memphis Commercial Appeal reports Farese made the comments during closing arguments of the trial of Mark Giannini, a wealthy businessman accused of raping a woman. Farese maintains that the sex was consensual. He told the Commercial Appeal that his job “is not to care if anybody gets offended. © The Associated Press FILE - In this April 18, 2007, file photo, defense attorney Steve Farese Sr., speaks in Selmer, Tenn., in the trial of Mary Winkler, who was eventually convicted of voluntary manslaughter in the March 2006 shooting death of her preacher husband, Matthew Winkler. Farese is being criticized for telling a Tennessee jury that women are “especially good” at lying “because they’re the weaker sex.” The Memphis Commercial Appeal reports Farese made the comments during closing arguments of the trial of Mark Giannini, a wealthy businessman accused of raping a woman. Farese maintains that the sex was consensual. He told the Commercial Appeal that his job “is not to care if anybody gets offended." (AP Photo/Russell Ingle, File)

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A defense lawyer is being criticized for telling a Tennessee jury that women are "especially good" at lying "because they're the weaker sex."

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“People can be very good at lying ," defense lawyer Steve Farese said during closing arguments in a Memphis case Thursday. Farese made his comments about women lying before a jury of 11 women and three men. Told of his comments, Clubb says she couldn't believe it.

The Memphis Commercial Appeal reports attorney Steve Farese made the comments during closing arguments of the trial of Mark Giannini, a wealthy businessman accused of raping a woman who came to his house for a job interview. Farese maintains that the sex was consensual and has questioned the woman's credibility.

Memphis Area Women's Council executive director Deborah Clubb calls Farese's comments "absolutely despicable."

Farese tells the newspaper that his job "is not to care if anybody gets offended" and "smart people will see it for what it is."

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