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  • Bryant's Case Dismissed - 14 months later?

    If the case was prosecutable then, it was prosecutable now. If it is not prosecutable now, then it was not prosecutable then. Justice once again is not served. There should be some rightfully angry people.

  • #2
    Re: Bryant's Case Dismissed - 14 months later?

    Why? The accuser decided she had enough. Or maybe she came to her senses. We may never know what happened in that room, but I guarantee, THEY were BOTH wrong...
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    • #3
      Re: Bryant's Case Dismissed - 14 months later?

      Well, the civil case will move forward. From what I heard, there sounded like enough evidence (or at least speculation about evidence) to have reasonable doubt about Bryant's guilt -- or rather, I haven't heard enough proof to change his innocence to guilt, but then again, I'm no juror. The victim is probably better off with her case in civil court, where I believe the burden of proof is less strict, and Bryant would have better chance of being found guilty.

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      • #4
        Re: Bryant's Case Dismissed - 14 months later?

        Originally posted by thoey
        Why?
        Why angry or why no justice?

        Angry because the public has had foisted upon it 14 months of hyper-babble. She should have known what she was in for after consultations with the prosecutions's office. Either her advisors gave her incompetent counsel or she cannot be trusted with her own counsel. Why did it take 14 months for her to say she will testify in one capacity but not the other?

        No justice because either Bryant is getting away with something because the woman fears possible consequences or he is being placed in an emotional ringer for suspect motives. And if it was a matter of adultry, then Bryant's dishonesty should not reward the mistress but the wife.

        She either consented or she didn't. If she didn't then he shouldn't be getting off with no consequence except a financial settlement he can afford. If she did consent then the civil suit needs to be dismissed too.

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        • #5
          Re: Bryant's Case Dismissed - 14 months later?

          Nobody but those two know if he's guilty or not. It's unfortunate the justice system couldn't work through, but I'm sure many of us can question the possibility of a screwy ending.

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          • #6
            Re: Bryant's Case Dismissed - 14 months later?

            Who knows if she's a legitimate victim who has been bullied into submission or a calculating gold-digger seeking attention and a monetary settlement (which I'm sure she'll get).


            The only thing we're sure of is that Kobe, who the press was trying to make into a Golden Boy of sorts, is, in reality, the kind of person who has sex with a 19 year old while his wife is home with his children.

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            • #7
              Re: Bryant's Case Dismissed - 14 months later?

              Originally posted by AvengerRam
              ... in reality, the kind of person who has sex with a 19 year old while his wife is home with his children.
              Truly an indictment.

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              • #8
                Re: Bryant's Case Dismissed - 14 months later?

                I agree. I also think the Civil hearing will never see a jury pulled. Sealed documents, undisclosed amount, and a lot of us still wondering.
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                • #9
                  Re: Bryant's Case Dismissed - 14 months later?

                  Originally posted by thoey
                  I agree. I also think the Civil hearing will never see a jury pulled. Sealed documents, undisclosed amount, and a lot of us still wondering.
                  I think this is true because neither one of them wants their history to be made public.

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