Woman Sends False Rape Confession from Ex’s Phone; Gets 15 Months in Jail


Natasha Uttamsingh, a 22-year-old midwife-in-training at the University of Surrey, was sentenced to 15 months in jail for perverting the course of justice. Uttamsingh stole her ex-boyfriend, Aakash Andrews’ cell phone and used it to send a false confession of rape to her own phone. She also falsified a medical report to obtain a protective order against him.

This strange drama began in 2014. 37-year-old Uttamsingh and 22-year-old Andrews had an eight-month relationship. Andrews wanted to end it, undoubtedly because she was the kind of psychopath who would frame someone for rape. Uttamsingh first told Andrews that she was pregnant (the classic “Oops-a-baby”). She followed up by telling him that she would report him for domestic violence and actually pretended to a person named Nicole Smith and called the police, pretending to be a “concerned neighbor.”

The police interrogated Andrews about a red mark they saw on Uttamsingh’s neck. Andrews admitted (Tip of the Day: Never admit anything to the police past your legal name) that they had struggled. Uttamsingh then piled on by accusing him of raping and strangling her to the point of unconsciousness.

To garnish this heaping platter of fabrications she had cooked up, she stole Andrews cell phone and used it to send a threatening text that could be interpreted as a confession to rape. But she wasn’t done. The last course was the protective order she filed for in Kingston. In support of the order, she used a falsified medical report, courtesy of a little white-out and a lot of forgery, adding that haer neck had been cut.

Uttamsingh’s attorney raised the classic legal defense of NEVER HER FAULT:

“These offences happened when she was hormonal and under the stress of being pregnant and struggling with being a single mother at a young age.”

When females are young, or pregnant, or hormonal, or stressed, they go out and frame men for rape. Makes perfect sense.
Her attorney also noted that her brilliant potential career in midwifery had been undermined by all of this childish mischief.

In my court of law, she wouldn’t have gotten 15 months. She would have gotten 15 years. This was a planned, executed, and savage campaign of defamation that would have ended in prison for the man if the police had not, for a change, done their jobs and thoroughly investigated the crime rather than citing the holy Feminist mantra of “Believe Her.” Uttamsingh knew exactly what to do set this man up, she knew how to falsify evidence, she knew how to make him look guilty. All at the tender age of 22.
This isn’t a brilliant school pupil, this is a psychopathic predator who tried to use the legal system to destroy a man who wouldn’t give her her own way.


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Ferguson Mother of (At Least) 1 Arrested For Beating Metrolink Fare Collector

You know what’s coming, right? If you don’t know where I’m going with this one, pay close attention. Black females scrapping on public transportation. Ronisha Pampkin, 22, of Ferguson (Hands Up! Don’t Shoot! Hands Up! Don’t Shoot! Let’s Burn Down Our Own Neighborhood!), got into a fight with a fare collector at the North Hanley Metrolink station. A bystander recorded the fight and posted online (I know you are as surprised as I am), which the police used to identify Pampkin. Police arrested Pampkin and charged her with third-degree assault. According to witnesses, the fight started when the fare collector asked Pampkin to show a ticket or a transfer to ride the train. Pampkin, offended at being asked to actually pay to use public transportation, proceeded to beat the fare collector into submission.

But wait! There’s more!

Pampkin was arrested in March of this year for fleeing the scene of a crime AND fleeing the scene of an accident in a stolen vehicle. Pampkin fled at high speed from the Famous Footwear store in Chesterfield, MO. During the chase, she struck a vehicle on Eager Road and continued toward Hanley Road. She was (thankfully) apprehended by the Richmond Heights police.

But wait! There’s more!

Ronisha Pampkin was featured on a Youtube series entitled “Thrift Shop Divas” in 2014. Several well-meaning fashion design students at Webster Groves High School gave the mother of a then one-year-old (Black Matriarchy) a makeover using clothes bought from the Goodwill store. Pampkin, at the time, was a client of Goodwill Industries and planned to attend the St. Louis College of Pharmacy.

Going to be kind of hard to finish that program from the county jail.

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Australian Court Refuses To Release Documents in False Rape Investigation

Last year, I scribbled something about an Australian prison guard who was put through the system by his daffy ex to extort $90,000 from him with the help of a police department that had a raging hard-on to put him in prison for a rape he didn’t commit. Now the case is back. This time, the guard tried to obtain documents about the investigation that nearly ruined his life and the standards (or lack therof) used by the Australian Federal Police.

Or he would have, if a Tribunal had not declared that releasing the documents was “contrary to the public interest.” Interesting thing, that public interest. According to the AFP, the documents were unrelated to Mr. Williamson, but pertained to the investigator in his case and that investigator’s “conduct issues.” I would think a thorough examination of an investigator’s career conduct would be warranted, following such a spectacular mishandling of a case.

The esteemable Tribunal thought that while assisting public inquiries into the deficiencies in conduct of an AFP appointee and possible misconduct was all well and good, it was more important that the stream of “confidential” information be kept flowing to the AFP.

So what if a few eggs get broken? Can’t let the peasants know just how deep the rot in their government runs.


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NY Federal Judge Dismisses Defamation Claims Against Rolling Stone

Judge P. Kevin Castel today granted a motion to dismiss by attorneys for Rolling Stone. The plaintiffs in the case, George Elias IV, Stephen Hadford, and Ross Fowler, (c/o 2013) members of the University of Virginia chapter of Phi Kappa Psi brought their suit against Rolling Stone for defamation, stating that the now discredited story titled “A Rape on Campus” led others to believe that they were involved in the false rape on Jackie Coakley described in the story.

Judge Castel dismissed the suit after concluding that the story did not contain sufficient facts to infer that any of them had participated or assisted in any rape. Castel also noted that an interview given by the author of the story, Sabrina Erdely, to Slate magazine which the plaintiffs claim gave the false impression that gang rape was part of Phi Kappa Psi’s initiation, was an expression of Erdely’s opinion and protected under New York state law.


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Oklahoma Woman Charged With Falsely Accusing Police Officer of Rape

Margarita Gertrude Mayorga, 26, of Enid, OK (when your parents name you after their favorite mixed drink, you’re going to have problems in your life), was charged with filing a false police report.

On May 14, 2016, at approximately 10:00 PM, Enid police responded to a domestic disturbance call at Mayorga’s residence. The police arrested Mayorga on obstruction, assault on a police officer, and resisting arrest (charming lady).

On May 15, at 1:48 PM, Mayorga, still housed in the county jail, claimed that an officer raped her during transport to the jail. During a subsequent interview with Sgt. Bryan Hart, she explained that the officer transporting her pulled over at an unknown location and raped in her back of the vehicle. Sgt. Hart explained to her that the police keep cameras in the prisoner compartment.

Her story changed. Now, no officer raped her. Mayorga, if convicted, faces a sentence of 90 days and/or $500 fine.


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