She hangs her head and cries on my shirt.
She must be hurt very badly.
Tell me what's making you sad, Li?
Open your door, don't hide in the dark.
You're lost in the dark, you can trust me.
'Cause you know that's how it must be.
It's sad and frustrating to see that justice for the individual is not important to those who beat a patriotic drum. Or when a crime like rape is committed law enforcement feels that the victim is not worthy of all the resources available to them. Rape is not a game for the victim, he or she doesn't report to gain popularity, or to make a statement. Normally someone who has been violated doesn't want to come forward, and report. They'd rather hide, and suffer in silence. Victims are trapped between a damned if you report, and damned if you don't society. Many times they confide in a friend or loved one who tells them to forget it, and let time heal you, or and advocate who tells them they owe it to themselves and other victims to speak out.When a victim speaks out about the crime, he or she is at the mercy of law enforcement or (in the military) the chain of command. Will the system believe them, or won't they? Too many victims have watched a man or woman come forward to report a rape, only to be revictimized.