Bullsh*t. Do you not think we're going to read your links?
The Cambridge link only says that fear of false allegations affects rape law.
From the Wiki page:
UK--2,643 sexual assault cases (Kelly, Lovett, and Regan, 2005). Of these, 8% were classified by the police department as false reports.
FBI-- FBI reports consistently put the number of "unfounded" rape accusations around 8%...although some unfounded cases of rape may be false or fabricated, not all unfounded cases are false.
Australia--with 850 rapes reported to the Victoria police...2.1% of these were classified by police as false reports.
Kanin's report of 41% was from ONE small community, hardly an "in-depth report." In fact, again from the link:
"it is not a scientific study of the issue of false reporting of rape. It certainly should never be used to assert a scientific foundation for the frequency of false allegations."
"Small sample sizes and non-representative samples preclude generalizability."