Women Criticize Britain's Low Rape Conviction Rate
{ "movie":"http://media10.washingtonpost.com/wp/swf/OmniPlayer.swf", "id":"oplayer-video-swf", "width":"100%", height:"100%", "vars":{ "title":"Women Criticize Britain\'s Low Rape Conviction Rate", "stillURL":"http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/photo/2008/03/14/PH2008031402322.jpg", "mediaQueryString":"http://static.washingtonpost.com/wp/swf/OmniPlayer.swf?id=03142008-1v&flvURL=/media/2008/03/14/03142008-1v&playAds=true&adZone=wpni.video.bc&canShare=false" }, "params":{ "allowFullScreen":"true" } }

Women Criticize Britain's Low Rape Conviction Rate

In England and Wales, only 5.7% of reported rape cases result in a conviction. Women's rights groups say this stems from a "blame the victim" culture and perpetuates the cycle of repeat offenders. Video by Mary Jordan/The Washington Post Editor: Francine Uenuma/washingtonpost.com

© 2008