Faith Elizabeth Cox

Suggested by Pierre Alleur

Updated: Aug 21, 2019  

Temple, Bell County, Texas. You probably heard about a man saved by a selfie from life in prison. Now, meet Faith Elizabeth Cox, the vengeful ex, the termagant, the heartless fictim (false victim) who falsely accused the innocent man of break-in and assaults.

September 20, 2017. Fictim Faith Elizabeth Cox alleged that her ex-boyfriend CJ had broken into her home, punched her in the face and sliced an "X" into her chest using a box cutter. She had the X scar to corroborate her injury claims, but not necessarily to prove it was inflicted by her ex. However, a gynocentric law-enforcement is not trained to think this out logically but rather take the woman's word and/or at best see "evidence" and lock people up based on that. And therefore a warrant was issued for CJ's arrest.

September 22, 2017. CJ passed a normal day working at a lumberyard in Georgetown, unsure what was happening. Later that day, he was arrested without being told much, not even who accused him. He was booked in Williamson County Jail on a felony charge of burglary of a habitation with the intent to commit other crimes, on which, if convicted, could get him a 99-year prison sentence. All because Faith Cox told a lie. CJ's bond was set at $150,000. His mom was at the forefront of the efforts to obtain the loans to get him out, and the fight to prove his innocence. “I was thinking, ‘I don't have that cash lying around,’ but you do what you have to do to save your child,” said CJ’s Mom, that's a woman being put through hell by another woman's intention to punish a man. Hold that thought!

Meanwhile, guilty until proven innocent, through his ordeal, a very frustrated and suicidal 21-year-old CJ had lost what he once knew as a normal life. The young man who never had a criminal record, in a tearful interview with KVUE-TV he said "I was going to sleep hoping I wouldn't wake up. to try just to get away from it". The limbo between a socially isolated life and life in prison is terrifying, to say the least. Fortunately, CJ had the patience to not hang himself as Ross Bullock did in 2015 over a false rape allegation. However, still, the anticipation of an innocent life taken away by the authorities, on a woman's word, may be worse than death itself.

Faith Elizabeth Cox alleged she was attacked by CJ on the night of September 20, 2017, at 7:20 pm. On that night CJ was with his mother at a Northwest Austin Renaissance Hotel over 100kms from the fictim's home and luckily there was a time-stamped and Geo-tagged selfie as alibi which was posted on social media with time-stamped 7:02 pm. "I'm thinking, 'this is awesome. By the grace of God, it happened on the day when I can say totally, 100 percent, where he was at,", CJ's mom said.

June 2018. Nine months after CJ's first arrest, his attorney presented the selfie evidence to Bell County prosecutors, who eventually dropped the charges. From Faith Cox's own confession it was revealed that she lied to incriminate the innocent man due to a bumpy relationship they had back in high school, about 4 years ago. The X on her chest is believed to have been self-inflicted. It is not uncommon for ill-willed female fictims to hurt themselves in order to falsely accuse their male targets. You can be forgiven to think Faith Cox herself could have been an inspiration for this other BR fictim here who hints us the complete fictimhood body arts is more than just an "X".

“This was just one false accusation, and she could very well do another one and be believed like she was before", CJ said.

November 30, 2018. Bell County Prosecutors asked Temple Police to file charges against Faith Cox for filing a false police report, a Class B misdemeanor punishable by a maximum of $2,000 fine and/or a maximum of 6 months in jail. A slap on the wrist.

The fictim Faith Cox already has an attorney and is expected to turn herself in. But you bet, even if she is charged and convicted, she's HIGHLY UNLIKELY to do time for her crime. So much for persistent gynocentrism in our society. We will be lucky if she gets so much as probation. Sadly, whatever punishment she gets, if any, will NOT be because she destroyed lives but simply because she wasted police time. Bleugh!!

December 04, 2018. 19-year-old Faith Elizabeth Cox was booked in Bell County Jail and charged with false reporting, a Class B misdemeanor. Her bond was set at $2,000 which reports show she has already posted.

April 14, 2019. A pretrial hearing for Faith Elizabeth Cox is scheduled for later in the month. The best pro-justice outcome the pretrial / trial can produce is that the fictim (false victim) could be fined up to $2,000, OR spend up to six months in the Bell County Jail. That is ridiculous if you contrast that outcome with what her false accusation costed CJ and his family.

-- Update --

August 21, 2019. Pussy pass prevails once again, ladies and gentlemen. A slap on the wrist for Faith Cox as she was sentenced by a judge to 12 months deferred adjudication probation. Meaning she will not even get to be on probation unless she causes more trouble within the 12 month period. She was also ordered to pay $2,000 in restitution, that's it, next to no consequence at all.

The common feminocentric narrative in our society which cheers on termagants like Faith Elizabeth Cox for "coming forward" and attacking men disregards the fact that women in those men's lives are also attacked in the process. In other words, when a woman attacks a man with a false allegation, she is indirectly attacking the women in that man's life. For instance, when an aspiring football star was falsely accused by a female schemer and locked up (story here), it was his mom who sold her car and house to afford legal fees and she fought every step of the way to save her son. Similarly in this case, Faith Cox may think she attacked CJ, a man, but guess how many female lives she ruined in the process. In this other instance here, it gets even worse. Therefore, when next a woman decides to "come forward" with an allegation, rather than encourage her, you should pause for thoughts, know the true reason why she's so unforgiving, what she hopes to achieve by the accusation, and how many lives she is likely to destroy in the process.

CJ's mom is now leading a new fight to change laws and restore the rights of accused men in murky ("he said she said") cases like this one. She says her efforts are to prevent other sons from falling victim to what her innocent son went through with the current feminocentric system. She is also considering to sue the police department for their gynocentric handling of the case. Please support her efforts #Justice4CJ and...

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