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jrbrock Dec 6, 2012
What's with all the sympathy for this guy? When someone has a history of breaking and entering and hit and run the chances of this being a false accusation go way down! "A good kid" -- what a crock.
goalflinger Dec 5, 2012
Personally, I do not "feel" anything either way. At this point the operative word is "accused." Why is it that if you are an accused female, the "presumption of innocence" rule firmly applies? If you are a male, you are "presumed guilty until proven innocent." You can be and are often charged with a crime and restrictions put on your life without the right to face your accuser until YOU prove your innocence rather than THEM having to prove your guilt. Then when your innocence is proven, you may not even get an "excuse me, we were wrong" apology.
Mon Account Nov 29, 2012
"I feel for this victim." - monami
We're not sure which one is the true victim yet...
yourdogsbestfriend Nov 28, 2012
anonymous111 Nov 28, 2012
@monami....I personally know this guy and feel for him. I know his side of this story and just wanna say dont believe everything you read.
monami Nov 28, 2012
"The story says that they were "...familiar with one another but not personally acquainted." What??? tierneemalinadeveaux"
There are many people I am aware of but do not know personally. What was your point?
What a horror to have someone break into your home and rape you! I feel for this victim.
tierneemalinadeveaux Nov 28, 2012
The story says that they were "...familiar with one another but not personally acquainted." What???
Published: 2007-10-05 09:38:00
Updated: 2015-01-14 14:37:58