The Lonely Witness by R. L. Saunders

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She told the magistrate she had been abused, taken advantage of, her reputation ruined.

Or had she?

The village law said that the benefit of the doubt lay with the most vulnerable. And so women were believed when they said some male had fondled or groped or acted in a threatening manner.

For Lyla, it had happened many times. All to her shame.

The men she accused were penalized and their own reputations marked.

Simply denying it was no defense. For in every accusation Lyla presented, there was no witness to say what had happened.

Most of these men stayed far away from Lyla after that. Many left the village.

All to Lyla's benefit. Or was it?

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