I totally agree with your statement I highlighted, but as I posted leading up to the presser that day, Meggs wouldn't charge him because he has too much local politics to consider, and he didn't want to be the one who single-handedly ended fsu's first serious national title run since 1999. National statistics show that less than 2% of women victims in a case like this are lying, and the vast majority of cases with a DNA match and claim of rape are charged and go to trial, and I think the stat of conviction was around 65 - 70%, but it was about 2/3's. What I keep asking here is... why was Winston's case suddenly not applicable to the norm here? It was because you had a fsu alumni DA who wasn't going to "rock the boat". To think Meggs actually said that he wasn't charging based on "timeline descrepancies" in the victim's story when memory lapses are commonplace in a rape due to the trauma the victim suffered is utterly astounding. Meggs is a trained DA and doesn't know this?! This was the Tally good 'ole boy fsu network at work in Winston's case, period. Hope fsu fans enjoy watching their rapist get beat by AU.