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This is sick.....
4. The appellant and M had met on a previous occasion. She was invited to spend the afternoon with the appellant and Michael, but was not interested. Later she agreed to join them, and Michael's girlfriend, Holly, for the evening. They all drank a considerable amount of alcohol, apparently buying round for round. M drank two pints of cider, and, over the evening, between four and six drinks of vodka mixed with Red Bull. The appellant, who had been drinking earlier in the day, drank two pints of lager, and then he too moved on to vodka and Red Bull.
5. Michael and Holly were the first to leave, but they were followed soon afterwards by the appellant and M. They returned to her flat. CCTV coverage showed the appellant and M returning to her flat, arm in arm M could not remember very much about the return journey, but accepted that she must have been conscious as she walked home, and she had all the necessary fobs, keys and passes which she used to gain entrance for them both.
6. Both girls were badly affected by drink. Holly was sick in the kitchen. M was sick in the shower in her room. She recollected lying on the floor and vomiting. According to her evidence she had only once vomited before as a result of alcohol, and whereas on the previous occasion she had “thrown up” just the once, on this occasion she was continually throwing up.
7. The appellant and Michael looked after the two girls. M remembered one of the two brothers (in fact it was the appellant) asking her where he could find some shampoo, and washing her hair. There was no suggestion of any sexual activity at this stage. The appellant was behaving unselfishly. After she was asked for the shampoo, M had no particular memory of her hair being washed, and by then, according to her evidence, she became unconscious.
8. M's next memory, as narrated to the jury, was that she was lying on her bed, but unable to recollect how she got there. She said that the appellant was on the bed with her, his upper body on her lower body, his face between her legs, with his mouth and tongue on and in her vagina. She did not consent. “I did nothing or said anything in response. I felt as if I wasn't in my body. I hadn't recovered significantly from how I felt in the bathroom, and I didn't know how long his mouth was in my vagina. I remember his fingers in my vagina. I could just feel this. I don't know where his head was. The next thing I recall is his coming close by my face and asking if I had a condom. I said no”. She said that she did not want to have sex, but she did not say so to him. She felt “like it wasn't happening. I knew I didn't want this but I didn't know how to go about stopping it.” She was not co-ordinated in her body. She remembered his penis in her vagina, when she was on her back. She recalled penetration, and pain, and she said “ow”. At another point she made some kind of noise which led the appellant to say “shush”. To try and avoid sexual intercourse she turned over. She was curled in a ball facing the wall. Although his penis was withdrawn for a while, he penetrated her again. She had no idea how long intercourse lasted. When it ended she was still facing the wall. She did not know whether the appellant had in fact used a condom or not, nor whether he ejaculated or not. Afterwards he asked if she wanted him to stay. She said “no”. In her mind she thought “get out of my room”, although she did not actually say it. She didn't know “what to say or think, whether he would turn and beat me. I remember him leaving, the door shutting.” She got up and locked the door and then returned to lie on her bed curled up in a ball, but she could not remember for how long.
9. M accepted that her recollection of events was “very patchy”. She did not know a great deal about what had gone on, and she agreed that she did not say “no” to sexual intercourse, although she did remember saying “no” when asked
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(this is from the 1794 Treason Trials page)
From WP:ENGVAR: "In the early stages of writing an article, the variety chosen by the first major contributor to the article should be used, unless there is reason to change it on the basis of strong national ties to the topic."
"...unless there is reason to change it on the basis of strong national ties to the topic."
seems to be the operative part of the sentence in this case, so the article as it stands would appear to be contrary to the rules.
The article shows strong ties to eighteenth-century Birmingham. I welcome you to change the dialect to an eighteenth-century Birmingham dialect. Awadewit | talk 11:15, 27 June 2007 (UTC)
Oy cun dow thees if yow want but it moyt be a beet toyersome for yow to read loike.
I have no trouble following it. Do you think the article should reflect the speech of the lower-class rioters or the middle-class victims, though? Dialects in BE, as you know, are class markers. Which one should the article use? Awadewit | talk 12:30, 27 June 2007 (UTC)
To do the greatest good for the greatest number of people, the article should be written in Standard English, which is of course the language that all native English-speakers recognise as such and readily understand. This article, despite a few errors here and there, was clearly written with that objective in mind.
Having said that, the spelling system employed should reflect the cultural sensitivities of the country to which the events described relate. Or to put it another way, if I were to write a Wikipedia article about colonial New York or the music of Chicago, I would not be surprised to see my spellings converted to the American standard in very short order, nor would I be inclined to complain about it.
If you wrote the bulk of the article, I would respect your dialect and expect my own additions to be changed. I am sorry that this attitude is not more common. Awadewit | talk 02:32, 28 June 2007 (UTC)
As far as dialects are concerned, I am not sure whether you mean regional variations in vocabulary and grammar, or accent. Possibly you mean all of those things. I can tell you that regional accents are generally no longer considered to be class indicators in this country. You only need to listen to a BBC broadcast to hear announcers, interviewees and personalities speaking with every type of British regional accent and with accents from all over the world, including North America. But what these people have in common is the ability to speak in Standard English, the lingua franca of the Anglophone world. However, variations in vocabulary and grammar and an inability to converse in Standard English might be a basis on which to classify people as uneducated.
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