Paul Leser talks about differing attitudes about rape between America and Europe, and how in the United States (at that time, ca. 1946), it's often be considered the worst crime possible. He also discusses the difficult legal process in rape trials. Control through fear. Arrest and kill only the innocent. Nazi Germany, the Daniels cousins and Willie Magee.
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