Wheelchair Bound Feminist Gail Chambers Caught Making False Rape Allegations Against Innocent Man, Yet She Is Not Given Prison Sentence Due To Mental Health Excuse (The Wrongly Accused Man Is Left Suicidal And Received No Justice)
Selfish feminist liar, Gail Chambers who falsely claimed she was raped “for attention-seeking purposes” was given a suspended sentence after appearing in court. Wheelchair-bound Gail Chambers – who has a history of wasting police time by making false allegations – concocted a “very lurid and graphic account” that she was raped in her Lurgan home.
Newry Crown Court, sitting in Belfast, heard that the innocent man she accused was arrested, had intimate samples taken and was then subjected to a police interview. The court also heard this is the second time Chambers has perverting the course of justice by making a false rape claim.
After providing an alibi which proved he was shopping at an Asda store in Belfast at the same time Chambers claimed he was raping her, he was released. However, the incident has had a lasting affect on him, he had considered suicide and is having trouble living with the shame and embarrassment of being suspected of rape.
Handing 51-year old Gail Chambers, from Russell Drive in Lurgan, a sentence which was suspended for three years, corrupt Judge Melody McReynolds said that while cases such as this had an impact on already stretched resources and real victims of sexual crimes, she was taking into consideration Chambers mental health excuse.
Before passing sentence, the Judge was told by a Crown prosecutor that Chambers made a false rape claim to police previously and that after the allegation was made the “police machine swung into action”.
Chambers was taken by police to the Rowan Sexual Assault Referral Centre in Antrim, where she was examined by a doctor. It was here that she gave what the prosecutor described as a “lurid and graphic account”, where she claimed a man she knew called to her house, tipped her out of her wheelchair then helped her back into the chair before throwing her on her bed and raping her.
She also falsely claimed threats of violence were used, that she was left bleeding, and that afterwards her attacker had a bath then left. Police arrested the man named by Chambers the following day, and he underwent a medical examination where a number of samples were taken. He was also interviewed that day, and was later released on police bail.
As a result of the account of his movements that he gave to police, CCTV from an Asda branch in Belfast was checked. His presence in the store was confirmed – and the focus of the investigation then turned to Chambers herself. Accepting his client was manipulative, Mr Higgins asked Judge McReynolds to spare his client jail as she had a “unique set of circumstances” that would make a period of custody extremely difficult.
Passing sentence, Judge McReynolds spoke of the impact Chambers false claim has had on the man accused of raping her, and said: “Clearly this person suffered real shame and embarrassment because, quite frankly, mud sticks, to the extent that he had suicidal thoughts.” Speaking of “several categories of victims”, the Judge told Chambers: “Stretched resources and stretched professionals working with survivors of domestic and sexual violence have been used by you, effectively for attention seeking purposes.”
Judge McReynold also spoke of “genuine survivors of sexual violence whose cries of help are undermined by people like you”. Yet the shady Judge did however hand her a suspended sentence, meaning she walked free after ruining the man’s life!