Hypocrisy and Sexual Predation at the United Nations

Last week the United Nations published a report on the prosecution of rape cases in Haiti.  The report found that not a single rape case in Port-au-Prince had gone to trial within a year of being filed, out of 62 cases which were studied.  The report also found that of the 62 cases, only 11 were investigated at all. This shouldn't come as much of a surprise to anyone familiar with Haiti's history of corruption.  It is a dangerous place.  What is surprising is that the U.N. came out against Haiti's justice system instead of offering it a position on its farcical Women's Rights Commission beside Iran, China, and Afghanistan. There are not many organizations around the world with less moral authority on rape prosecutions than the U.N.  In fact, in the midst of its investigation on rape in Haiti, five U.N. "peacekeepers" were videotaped raping an 18-year-old Haitian man and laughing about it while he screamed.  Two men pinned him down on a mattress and bent...(Read Full Article)