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April 24, 2007

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Kris

Boo-fucking-hoo, her name got released. So she's publicly recognized as a liar of the worst sort.

It's certainly not as bad as the punishment I would choose for her - throw her in jail.

The allegations she made are very serious and could have easily landed the accused in jail serving long terms; time and again, you read about men who serve long jail terms because someone cried "rape" - only for evidence to mount years later that the woman was *lying*.

Joe

Given that the Duke rape case is virtually a carbon copy of the Tawana Brawley case, Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson are doing a fine job of diverting attention away from this case with getting Imus fired.

Chris

Prosecutors and interrogators are legally permitted to lie and use lies in order to secure confessions from the confused / accused, true or false?

20 convictions have been overturned by DNA evidence, true or false?

When a domestic violence complaint is made, the male gender is the presumed guilty party, true or false?

In the event of a divorce, the female gender is the presumptive "better parent" and will usually be awarded over 50% of all marital assets, true or false?

Scott Huminski

Nifong is an angel compared to the felony conduct of the prosecutor described in the below Court brief.
-- scott huminski


http://prosecutorialmisconduct.blogspot.com/2007_07_01_archive.html

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