A law student and beauty queen a href=”http://www.azstarnet.com/sn/hourlyupdate/218553.php”has been indicted/a for torturing her boyfriend –sorry registration seems to be required (Hat tip: Fred Ray):br /br /blockquoteA University of Arizona law school student and beauty queen has been indicted on charges that say she and three others held her former boyfriend captive for 10 hours while torturing and robbing him.br /br /Kumari Fulbright, a law clerk for U.S. District Court Judge Raner Collins, was indicted Dec. 18 on five felony charges – armed robbery, aggravated robbery, kidnapping and two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon./blockquotebr /br /Check out the a href=”http://regulus2.azstarnet.com/comments/index.php?id=218553″comments to the post/a–some people, in the examples below, are asking what the boyfriend did to deserve being bitten, threatened, and held at gunpoint:br /br /blockquoteI wonder what he did to her that made her do this? I would like to hear her story. Was this drug related? Obviously this is big from a law student to the dark side. Something pushed her over the edge.br /br /What did her former boyfriend do to her that she felt she could torture him? Where are her other former boyfriends?/blockquotebr /br /Other commenters are more concerned with her looks or her sexiness than with her criminal acts: br /br /blockquoteBeauty queen? Did she have a gun on the judges?br /br /Don’t know if this makes me a bad person or not, but that story kind of turned me on a bit./blockquotebr /br /With this attitude, it’s no wonder women’s acts of violence are held to a double standard and not taken as seriously as men’s. Women are sexy and cute if they commit violent acts or they are forced to act violently because of the actions of a man. They are not autonomous beings who are responsible for their own behavior. How sexist is that?