2012-04-01, 14:23
 
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Ursprungligen postat av Pentatonic
Helström revisited; färsk dansk avhandling visar att det EJ går att dra definitiva slutsatser av förekomst av smärre blessyrer i kvinnors underliv.

En grundig undersøgelse af 39 voldtægtsofre på den ene side og 110 sygeplejerskestuderende på den anden afslører nemlig, at frivillig sex skader skeden i lige så mange tilfælde som en voldtægt.

»Derfor kan man altså ikke bruge skaderne til særligt meget andet end at konstatere, at der har været samleje. I sager, hvor der er dømt på den baggrund, kan man diskutere, om der er tale om justitsmord«.

Birgitte Schmidt Astrup, Pernille Ravn, Jens Lauritsen och Jörgen Thomsen: Nature, frequency and duration of genital lesions after consensual sexual intercourse—Implications for legal proceedings. Forensic Science International (2011).

För den som vill fördjupa sig finns artikeln här
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science...79073811005639

Och en sammanfattning här:

"The purpose of this study was to make a normative description of the nature and duration of genital lesions sustained during consensual sexual intercourse, using the three most commonly used techniques; visualisation using the naked eye, colposcopy and toluidine blue dye followed by colposcopy.
Methods
Ninety eight women were examined within 48 h of consensual sexual intercourse. Fifty of the women were examined twice again within the following 7 days of sexual abstinence after the first examination.
Results
The participants had a median age of 22.4 years and 88% were nulliparous. Lesions were frequent; 34% seen with the naked eye, 49% seen with colposcopy and 52% seen with toluidine blue dye and subsequent colposcopy. The lesions lasted for several days; the median survival times for lacerations were 24, 40 and 80 h, respectively.
Conclusions
The legal implications of these findings are that genital lesions by themselves do not corroborate a rape complaint. Genital lesions may, however, corroborate specific details of a case and should be documented as carefully as any other lesion in rape complaints."
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