Ben has never committed a crime. Ben has not been charged with a crime. Ben has never admitted to sexual contact with this 20 year old accuser. The GBI has no case. They have dropped their request for DNA samples from Ben because they have no physical evidence to match it with. They have no video evidence of Ben entering or leaving a women’s bathroom at any club. Nor do they have video evidence of Ben and this accuser entering or leaving a bathroom together. And they have no witnesses that can testify that Ben did anything wrong. In the case of the civil suit against Ben, there was never a crime committed. There was never any arrest. There was never any criminal charges filed against Ben and there was never even a police report filed by the accuser of the alleged assault. In that case the alleged victim (Andrea McNulty), bragged repeatedly through emails about being with Ben. And she also lied about her current psychiatric help, claiming it was needed because of depression brought on by what she alleges Ben did to her. This is not so. In fact it was unrelated to any alleged interaction with Ben. It was from…get this…a bizarre relationship she had with a married man. This man’s wife created a phony e-mail account, posing as a soldier in Iraq, apparently in the hopes of gaining information about McNulty's relationship with the married man. A former coworker of McNulty's claims that McNulty "fell in love" with the fictitious soldier, and that McNulty began telling people they were engaged. The wife of the married man stopped the correspondence, and McNulty then began telling people the fictitious soldier was killed in action. This women…Andrea McNulty…is a habitual liar, cheat and a thief. And for the GBI to even consider talking to her as part of their current investigation tells me again….they have no case and they are grasping at straws.
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