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Hannah Clarke: Men’s rights activist claims mother blackmailed her partner before she was burned

A men’s rights activist convicted of stalking has been criticized after he called domestic violence victim Hannah Clarke a ‘perpetrator’.

Adam James, aka Adam Benjamin Cocks, alleged that Mrs Clarke blackmailed her husband Rowan Baxter just days before he doused her and their three children with petrol and set them on fire in Camp Hill, Queensland, in February 2020.

James made inflammatory comments on his “Don’t Believe All Women” Facebook page, which he set up to show that “some women tell lies and we need to be careful about cons.”

Social media users have been quick to dismiss the allegations as “disgusting” and “baseless,” while complaints have been made to Facebook to have the post taken down.

A men's rights activist convicted of stalking has been criticized after he called domestic violence victim Hannah Clarke a 'perpetrator'

A men’s rights activist convicted of stalking has been criticized after he called domestic violence victim Hannah Clarke a ‘perpetrator’

Adam James, aka Adam Benjamin Cocks, alleged that Mrs Clarke blackmailed her husband Rowan Baxter days before he doused her and their three children with petrol and set them on fire at Camp Hill, Queensland in February 2020.

Adam James, aka Adam Benjamin Cocks, alleged that Mrs Clarke blackmailed her husband Rowan Baxter days before he doused her and their three children with petrol and set them on fire at Camp Hill, Queensland in February 2020.

James made inflammatory comments on his 'Don't Believe All Women' Facebook page, which he set up to show 'that some women tell lies and we need to be careful of cons'

James made inflammatory comments on his ‘Don’t Believe All Women’ Facebook page, which he set up to show ‘that some women tell lies and we need to be careful of cons’

“What is little known, as it has been hidden by the family, is that Hannah extorted Rowan in the days leading up to death,” James wrote.

What is known is that she had publicly posted on his Facebook profile that she would ‘take his children and close his business’. Given the bias in the legal system, she certainly would have easily succeeded.”

James claimed that the coercive laws were drafted against men.

“If Rowan had chosen to deal with Hannah’s threats legally and nonviolently, how could he have done so?” He wrote.

‘If he had gone to the police, he would have been rejected (70% of men are rejected when reporting a crime committed by a woman).

Most disturbingly, her choice to blackmail him, which is an extreme example of compulsive control by her, has now resulted in new laws that will make men even more powerless and give more control to heterosexual women who use compulsive control. .’

Mr. James ended the post by calling Ms Clarke an offender: ‘We need to raise awareness of female coercion control offenders like Hannah Clarke.’

“We need gender-neutral laws so that men have the opportunity to legally and nonviolently deal with abusive women.”

Domestic violence advocate Rachael has filed a complaint with Facebook, demanding that the social media giant remove the ‘baseless’ post.

“It’s absolutely disgusting. There is not a shred of evidence to back up his claims,” ​​she said.

Social media users have been quick to dismiss the allegations as 'disgusting' and 'baseless', while complaints have been made to Facebook to have the post removed

Social media users have been quick to dismiss the allegations as ‘disgusting’ and ‘baseless’, while complaints have been made to Facebook to have the post removed

James ended the post by calling Ms Clarke a perpetrator: 'We need to raise awareness of female perpetrators of coercion control like Hannah Clarke'

James ended the post by calling Ms Clarke a perpetrator: ‘We need to raise awareness of female perpetrators of coercion control like Hannah Clarke’

The pleas have fallen on deaf ears and Rachael reveals that Facebook has refused to remove the post.

“We complained to Facebook, we reported it as unsubstantiated nonsense, and we all did it and we all got the same message back from Facebook that it didn’t violate their Community Guidelines. We asked for a review and it still stood,” she said.

A spokesperson for Meta, Facebook’s parent company, said the post did not violate community standards.

“We have reviewed this post and determined that it does not violate our policies. We’re working hard to strike the right balance between empowering people to debate current and topical social issues, while making sure we protect our communities and minimize harm on our platforms,” ​​she said.

Domestic violence advocate Rachael has filed a complaint with Facebook, demanding that the social media giant remove the 'baseless' post

Domestic violence advocate Rachael has filed a complaint with Facebook, demanding that the social media giant remove the ‘baseless’ post

“We’ve shared this content with our third-party fact-checkers who review content that doesn’t violate our policies, but could be considered inaccurate or misleading.”

Mr James also defended his allegations, doubling down on his accusation that Ms Clarke was an ‘perpetrator’.

‘Domestic violence is bi-directional,’ he told The Daily Telegraph. “We’re sure Rowan was a perpetrator. What has been concealed is that Hannah was also a perpetrator.

“The terrible irony is that Hannah has engaged in compulsive control.”

Daily Mail Australia contacted James for comment.

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