‘Most rape is really women regretting sex the next morning,’ American police chief claims

WASHINGTON (TIP): An American college police chief has come under fire for reportedly claiming that most cases of rape are “women waking up the next morning with a guilt complex”.

Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College’s student newspaper The Stallion quoted Bryan Golden as making the comment, WALB News reports.

In an article exploring sexual assaults on college campuses, Golden was quoted as saying: “Most of these sexual assaults are women waking up the next morning with a guilt complex.

“That ain’t rape, that’s being stupid. When the dust settles, it was all consensual.

“It doesn’t happen here. It doesn’t show up here. They’re about as much a rape as a goat roping.”

Golden was reportedly suspended over the remarks, but is now back at work at the Georgia state college, the television station reported.

It said that he is also undergoing sexual assault sensitivity training.

Golden declined to be interviewed by the station for its investigation into his comments.

But he had previously told The Stallion that its report of his comments was “not an accurate rendition” of what he had said.

“Regarding such situations as rape, murder and natural death, I explained why we call on other agencies to handle these cases,” he said.

“Thankfully, they do not happen on this campus often enough for many officers to be proficient in working on such crimes, coupled with the fact that we do not have the staff to devote the amount of time to such an investigation.”

The police chief added: “I have been out on medical leave for several weeks and do not recall much of this conversation.

“We talked very openly about these issues bit this article excerpt is not an accurate rendition of our conversation.”

The editor and reporters of the newspaper said they had found the alleged comments shocking and other members of the police force did not share them.

The college’s president Dr David Bridges said: “We don’t support [the comments]. They were wrong. We don’t in any way condone them. They don’t represent the general view of the college.”

He said sexual assault was not a problem on the college’s campus, but help was there for victims in a number of forms.

What people think constitutes rape was explored in the UK earlier this month in the BBC3 documentary ‘Is this Rape? Sex on Trial’, which involved asking a group of 24 teenagers as well as members of the public to watch a dramatized sexual scenario and vote on whether they would call it rape or not.

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