Well gee, that's why it didn't go to the grand jury! There wasn't enough for 1st degree.<quoted text>?????I don't think this case should have gone anywhere but the state did. The prosecutor didn't want a Grand Jury probably knowing there wasn't enough evidence.
The Duke case is an example of how innocent people can get railroaded by the politics of the day. Justice eventually prevailed but it wasn't until many lives were destroyed, retirement accounts depleted career opportunities missed, games never to be played, bullying by classmates and teachers, grades lowered, and a million things that we will never know. The only reason these boys were released from the bowels of a corrupt system was because their families had money, were educated and had competent representation. If the stripper picked better marks and they were more like Zimmerman....they would all be in jail today.
There is a new kind of discrimination going on today......and it is against the white male. Rich or poor, they are all targets.
That was easy enough to see.
WTH are you taking about the Duke case? It was an abuse of prosecutorial powers that led to things getting out of hand. The case was reviewed by the state's legal overseers, who disbarred him and dropped the case.
You need to get a grip on what you're trying to discuss.