This is escalating on Twitter after the Paddy Jackson rape trial, where all 4 defendants were found to be not guilty. Jackson's lawyer criticised the investigation, claiming bias and the pursuit of a prosecution of a high-profile defendant and questioned its integrity. Since the verdict, this hashtag has gathered stream with a multitude of tweets, varying from criticism of the verdict due to inconsistencies between the defendants accounts and the testimonies of the accuser and other witnesses. In addition, there are a notable number of tweets which take a personal approach to criticising a wide range of things, including hoping the defendants still lose their jobs, attacking the "patriarchy" and other such attacks. A few of the various tweets: It's clearly an extremely difficult and complicated subject, with a various number of issues including: Naming, shaming and hounding of victims on social media despite risking arrest. As seen in this case, the level of scrutiny and disparity of time having to provide evidence and face questioning for accusers compared to the defendants. Case reviews after the withholding of evidence led to potentially unsafe convictions. The level of male suicides being brought to public attention recently. The right to anonymity for accusers but not for defendants. There are so many other issues you may want to raise, but I think this outpouring is a sign we as a country and society really need to sit down and draw up a new framework for rape cases that is fair and objective for victims and defendants. I think it's a troubling subject at the moment and this reaction is a prime example.