Okay... how about...<br><br>We should all celebrate by ball-hogging and blaming our teammates for having questionable ball-handling pasts.<br><br>Just doesn't work very well.<br><br>-- Charlie Alpha Roger Yankee Whiskey<br>
Yeah, I know. I can't say myself whether or not Kobe did it.<br><br>I was just really frustrated with his defense publicly calling the alleged victim's sexual past into question. Ya know? It was sort of like saying that since she had a lot of sex in the past, that her consent isn't necessary or at worst that she was "asking for it."<br><br>I guess my beef is with Kobe's defense, not necessarily the man himself.<br><br>-- Charlie Alpha Roger Yankee Whiskey<br>
You have to admit though that if she did have sex within hours of the "rape" that would cast some doubt on the whole thing. I don't like the idea of the defense prosecuting the victim, but at the same time the defendant needs to be able to defend him/herself. It's a tough line to find. I sure wouldn't want to be a judge in a case like this. <br><br><br>Salus populi suprema lex
Salus populi suprema lex
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p> You have to admit though that if she did have sex within hours of the "rape" that would cast some doubt on the whole thing <p><hr></blockquote><p> From the little information which had been leaked about the DNA evidence it was clear that this was not the probable scenario. The DNA from Mr X was degraded in a way which followed the pattern of washing of her underwear with soap. (There are different types of DNA, some is peppier, has more copies, hangs out longer and that was what came up to identify Mr X)<br><br>Thus the likely scenario is that she had sex days before with Mr X ( a boy friend) and then was raped by Bryant. DNA evidence is very powerful and can be misused. The defense would likely be misusing it in this case to trash her credibility.<br><br>luciferase
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