The two officers in prison was the best evidence the state had.Ok all has been said back and forth, both good and bad. But I want everyone to think about one thing. How can you say there was a rape when there was no evidence supporting it? The Golf Course is a stones throw from the emergency room. If I was raped, that's where I would go. Yes the DCI tapes, but if you watch them, words are being put into their mouths. With the technology today, with no DNA evidence I say this case was misjudged.
They temselves convicted themselves with thier own words and actions.
These two officers were not good outstanding men of character.
They should never have been in the leadership roles of high ranking officers of the law in the first place.
The case was judged by a jury who heard the entire case and the two were found guilty. That is justice. And they even had a jury in a location removed from where the assult took place.
They are where they belong and where they should remain.
As I myself have a difficult time with the stories they told and wondering the truth.
The victim was consistent in what she said happened but the officers seemed to have a lasp in memory not once but over and over again.
They hung themselves with thier own tongues. Once you lie a jury can not believe anything you say. And that is the LAW.......