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The barrister representing a man acquitted of raping a teenager in the city in southwest Ireland suggested the jury in the case should reflect on the underwear worn by the year-old girl. The year-old man — who had denied raping the woman in a lane in Cork — was found not guilty by the jury of eight men and four women at the Central Criminal Court. You have to look at the way she was dressed.
The year-old's "thong with a lace front" was presented as part of the defence's closing address in Cork Central Criminal Court last week. She was wearing a thong with a lace front. She asked them consider if what the teen was wearing showed she was "open to meeting someone and being with someone", reports the Irish Examiner.
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Women are sharing photos of their underwear on Twitter along with the hashtag ThisIsNotConsent after an Irish teenager's thong was cited in the trial of the man accused of raping her. Earlier this month, a jury in Cork, Ireland, declared the year-old defendant not guilty of raping the year-old girl in a case dominated by the issue of consent, according to the Irish Examiner. In closing arguments, defense barrister Elizabeth O'Connell asked jurors to consider that the girl was wearing a lacy thong on the night in question.
Hundreds of protesters have marched through Irish cities after a lawyer argued that an alleged rape victim's choice of underwear meant the teenage girl had consented to sex. The demonstrations in Dublin, Cork and Limerick followed the acquittal of a year-old man after his lawyer told jurors that the teenage complainant "was wearing a thong with a lace front". The case sparked fury in Ireland, with thousands of women sharing images of their underwear on Twitter with the hashtag thisisnotconsent in the aftermath of the verdict.
By Joe Middleton For Mailonline. A barrister representing a man acquitted of raping a teenage girl suggested the jury should consider the type of underwear she was wearing, sparking fury among campaigners. Elizabeth O'Connell, was representing a year-old man accused of raping a year-old teenager in Cork, Ireland, suggested to jurors they should consider the lace thong she was wearing in her closing remarks. According to the Irish Examinershe said: 'Does the evidence out-rule the possibility that she was attracted to the defendant and was open to meeting someone and being with someone?
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