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To: OldNewYork

The biggest problem is that the accuser will be forced to testify in a trial. If her character is so shady and her story has holes in it (I understand the latter to be the biggest reason why the case is likely to be dropped), then there’s no way any marginally competent prosecutor would let it go to trial. If he did, he would stand a very good chance of having the alleged victim turn into the star witness for the defense.


30 posted on 07/02/2011 1:20:22 PM PDT by Alberta's Child ("If you touch my junk, I'm gonna have you arrested.")
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To: Alberta's Child

I recognize the problems with her story, and with her as a witness. Those closer to the case should make the decision. From my distance I still say the case should be made against the annoying acronym, who may very well be guilty without ever being convicted or even tried - he seems to have been so several times before.

There is physical evidence of sexual contact, including trauma; there are the witnesses to a traumatized woman after the attack she’s alleged; there are the police who deal with rape cases, and their professional opinions; and facing that there’s a smirking socialist with almost inexhaustible funds to influence the media and, by doing so, the justice system.

Let it all be heard in open court, even if he’s not convicted. Would you trust this skell with a woman you cared about as his employee or servant? Let it be widely known all that there is to be made public in this case.


32 posted on 07/02/2011 1:38:20 PM PDT by OldNewYork
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