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5.16.2008

More Powerful Than A Letter To The Editor

A 16-year-old girl posted a cry for help on YouTube two weeks ago. She was allegedly drugged and raped by a 23-year-old man. In the video, she does not name the rapist, but instead focuses on her disappointment that the Florida state attorney's office refused to prosecute the case . . . . Source. One thing about being a prosecutor is that there will always be people unhappy with the decisions you make. But, man, the Internet sure changes the playing field.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hmmmmmmm.....Not buying the tears. Need more info.

Anonymous said...

Anybody hear the loud "Boom" in Decatur a few minutes ago?

Jarhead said...

Wow. What a cunning stunt.

Anonymous said...

I think a UFO hit a windmill in Aurora or somethin.

Anonymous said...

There was a wreck on 51 S at Preskitt some time after 7 tonight. Tons of emergency vehicles - what happened? Anyone?

Anonymous said...

I feel sorry for what happened to her (if it did).......

...nice makeup job for the video.

Reminds me of Dr. Phil and Oprah's battered guests - even the tears don't corrupt the makeup.

Lights, camera, action.......

......and attention

Anonymous said...

You were the best back in that day day. Very fair,reasonable and even kind. You should teach.

Anonymous said...

You were the best back in that day day. Very fair,reasonable and even kind. You should teach.

Anonymous said...

So a 23 year old man--what normal 23 year old is even interested in a teenager?--has relations with a teen and she is drugged and a prosecutor does nothing? A teen can't give legal consent. This is very Florida, simple minded. If the man were black with a white teen, this would have been prosecuted in Florida. Pretty sad if "more info" is needed when the victim is a minor and the perpetrator an adult.

Anonymous said...

Run that by again 9:06?.....

...that day day?

Anonymous said...

The loud explosion.....sounds like the work of Ralph Hardy....lil' bastard.