Wednesday, April 11, 2007


Shouldn't the North Carolina Attorney General come to this decision months ago?

RALEIGH, N.C. - The Duke lacrosse rape case finally collapsed Wednesday, with North Carolina's top prosecutor saying the three athletes were railroaded by a district attorney who ignored increasingly flimsy evidence in a "tragic rush to accuse."

If they're smart, the players will sue the BeJesus out of Nifong and the accuser, Crystal Gail Mangum.

In a blistering assessment of the case, Attorney General Roy Cooper dropped all charges against the players, all but ensuring that only one person in the whole scandal will be held to account: Durham County District Attorney Mike Nifong. (H/T - Yahoo!)

Mark Levin asked some great questions on his radio show today, mostly directed at race-baiting oafs Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton. Primarily, will anyone call for Sharpton to resign from his radio show, or either of these boobs' firings? Both rushed to convict the three players (who are white) and wholeheartedly defended the accused (who is African-American). Hell, Sharpton had them tried, convicted, and sentenced in April of 2006 - merely a months after the charges were brought forward.

Somehow, I doubt either of these hacks will be held accountable for what they were saying.

Paging Mr. Imus . . .

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