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Comfort Yinusa

Comfort Yinusa - London Underground worker jailed for making false accusations of rape in June 2015Jailed in June 2015 for making false accusations of rape against two entirely innocent men in October 2013, London Underground worker Comfort Yinusa is the kind of woman who makes it harder for genuine victims to get justice. An alcohol and cocaine abuser and convicted shoplifter, Tilbury based Yinusa cried in the dock as she was sent down for eight months; she should instead have wept for the men whose lives she’s ruined. This Kingston University dropout’s prison sentence provides no comfort to them but it should serve as a lesson to other liars like her.

 

5 COMMENTS

  1. 8 months? .. Seriously? .. She should have been given an 8 year sentence for two counts of false accusations, 2 counts of perjury, 2 counts of making false statements and 2 counts of wasting police and courts times!

    Until the sentence for false accusations of rape are stiff enough as they are for rape, then you will always get women doing this!

    She has ruined the life of two men and yet she only gets an 8 month sentence of which she will be lucky to serve 2-3 months! Not really a punishment!

  2. You are all very stupid. Comfort needs help not jail. She is plainly troubled. Instead of being negative, why don’t you all please support Find Madeleine? Dear Gerry and Kate McCann need your help to find their beloved daughter. Find Madeleine, find her now.

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