By On the occasion of our 20th anniversary
By Gustavo Arellano
By R. Scott Moxley
By Alfonso Delgado
By Courtney Hamilton
By Joel Beers
By Peter Maguire
By Charles Lam
Moonier: You gonna finish this time?
Male: I really believe she really wants to swallow [the semen].
Moonier: I always swallow. What's the point? You're gonna get some of it in your mouth anyway. You might as well swallow. I'd be really pissed if somebody was going down on me and fucking turned around to spit. That's just not right. You have to swallow. That's just how it is!"
You might be asking yourself: Why would a woman claim rape if she knew a video existed that so thoroughly contradicts her story? If you can figure that out, please let us know. Even after police detectives told her they'd viewed the video, Moonier still refused to recant. She continued to demand that the men be prosecuted.
Next month an Orange County jury will hear the case against Moonier (now Kerr following her marriage). Interesting footnote: without the videotape, the men could have spent the rest of their lives in state prison if they were convicted of kidnapping and aggravated rape with a handgun. But the woman's false accusation is a misdemeanor punishable by no more than six months in county jail. It's only because she took several thousand dollars from a taxpayer-funded victims' assistance program that she was charged with two felonies.
If jurors aren't impressed with her tale, Kerr faces a maximum sentence of 44 months.