Family of Winston Accuser to hold Press Conference this Friday

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    You can't just let these things go.. The TPD needs to be investigated for their handling of the matter, as well as Meggs and his office. If it is found they acted reasonably, then fine, but as it stands now, we have no confidence in the state or those local authorities to dispense justice at this time.
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    They may "investigate" but I think it will be a token gesture. I think there would have to be something REALLY major for them to do anything. Barring some sort of major conspiracy, they aren't going to want to undermine the TPD or SAO.
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    atty stated urine was tested but test to prove who's urine it was were not done. blood test were not done for date rape drug. atty repeatedly asked urine test to be tested to confirm whom they belonged as well as repeatedly requesting the blood be tested for date rape drugs (they knew it was the accusers blood). Blood was never tested for date rape drug.
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    Well if this isn't major I don't what is. It's a national story and TPD and the SAO are looking like a bunch of backwood renegades, which we all know they are. When you lose the public trust it's no small thing.
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    Are the examples of how the TPD or SAO altered the medical reports available online?
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    Not sure why she waited a week from the Meggs pressed to call this. Should have set up PC for last Friday at 2pm.

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    I'm pretty sure Armstrong's samples were frozen so there wouldn't be any degradation issues. I'm equally certain that's not how TPD handled the samples here.
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    Yeah.... no justice to be had then...
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    Will never happen. . . and this isn't the right board to explain why.
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    Are you serious? You DO understand what the NCAA does, right? Please explain what interest they have in any of this. What FSU athletic department employee fudged this investigation and covered it up? You're a lawyer so I assume you're familiar with the concept of jurisdiction - the NCAA has none here. What NCAA infractions did anyone at FSU commit?
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    What do Gov. Rick Scott and Jameis Winston have in common? They both plead the 5th.
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    I hope that is all!
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    He wouldn't involve himself in the Sheriff Finch case even with evidence he'd done nothing wrong and that Meggs was trying to literally affect an election outcome by trying to frame and fire Sheriff Finch. Scott has been good on the local economy and creating jobs, balancing budgets, etc,... but when it comes to stuff like this, he's spineless.
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    Just to be clear, if you don't believe the Darby and Casher affidavits, then you are pretty much saying that Tim Jansen, an alumni of UF and UF Law, conspired with and assisted 2 FSU football players to commit perjury in a rape investigation of a 3rd football player.

    And for all those talking about date rape drugs, the testing done by that UF professor/toxicologist looked to be pretty extensive. But even if the sample was degraded, please tell me what drug can give someone the alleged memory lapses she suffered, while remaining fully functional at a bar, to the point that witnesses from both "sides" reported that she had no trouble walking at any point in the evening (including her friend Monique who said the accuser showed her the text to come outside and then the accuser left), and then she is again fully functional at 4am or whatever it was when the police arrived. Which date rape drug does that?
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    Jansen was/is also the attorney for Greg Reid, Greg Dent, James Wilder, Jr. , Avis Commack, etc. He's just doing his job as a defense attorney for FSU athletes.

    Darby and Casher are lying of their own accord.
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    He has an ethical obligation if he knows his clients are committing perjury to report it...so...you're saying these 3 football players were smart enough to construct this story on their own and then lie, including to their own lawyer. Nahhh
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    It's sad you had to explain something so obvious.
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    No way they would lie to their own attorney. Just as an example could you imagine Jameis lying to his attorney about being no where near the victim and then his attorney finds out about it from something like a DNA test of her underwear coming back positive. His attorney would then have to concoct some other reason like consensual sex with the victim to try and cover up his stupidity. The public would then say but he said he wasnt there...now he has changed his story. No way a football player at FSU would ever lie to their own attorney.
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