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    Re: Legal experts praise DA in Georgia

    Quote Originally Posted by SanAntonioSteelerFan
    Quote Originally Posted by feltdizz
    The guy didn't file charges and he is still seen as a bad guy?

    I'll explain it to you: He tried as hard as he could to file charges. That's his job. He didn't file charges because he knew he would lose. That's also his job. It doesn't make him a good guy.

    He's a "bad guy" because he went beyond his legal obligation, and did his best to hurt Ben by moralizing, editorializing, insinuating and the like. Who knows why, maybe trying to get contributions to his next election from rich parents of Milledgville University coeds.

    Or were you just ing?
    I didn't see it that way. I think going above and beyond would mean charging Ben...

    Victim, alleged victim, accuser... whatever. I don't think he went out of his way, honestly I think he went out of his way to not charge Ben and did a great job. There are probably a lot of DA's who would have filed charges and milked this.

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    Re: Legal experts praise DA in Georgia

    Quote Originally Posted by feltdizz
    Quote Originally Posted by SanAntonioSteelerFan
    Quote Originally Posted by feltdizz
    The guy didn't file charges and he is still seen as a bad guy?

    I'll explain it to you: He tried as hard as he could to file charges. That's his job. He didn't file charges because he knew he would lose. That's also his job. It doesn't make him a good guy.

    He's a "bad guy" because he went beyond his legal obligation, and did his best to hurt Ben by moralizing, editorializing, insinuating and the like. Who knows why, maybe trying to get contributions to his next election from rich parents of Milledgville University coeds.

    Or were you just ing?
    I didn't see it that way. I think going above and beyond would mean charging Ben...

    Victim, alleged victim, accuser... whatever. I don't think he went out of his way, honestly I think he went out of his way to not charge Ben and did a great job. There are probably a lot of DA's who would have filed charges and milked this.
    your mind works in a weird way

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    Re: Legal experts praise DA in Georgia

    Quote Originally Posted by NJ-STEELER
    Quote Originally Posted by feltdizz
    Quote Originally Posted by SanAntonioSteelerFan
    Quote Originally Posted by feltdizz
    The guy didn't file charges and he is still seen as a bad guy?

    I'll explain it to you: He tried as hard as he could to file charges. That's his job. He didn't file charges because he knew he would lose. That's also his job. It doesn't make him a good guy.

    He's a "bad guy" because he went beyond his legal obligation, and did his best to hurt Ben by moralizing, editorializing, insinuating and the like. Who knows why, maybe trying to get contributions to his next election from rich parents of Milledgville University coeds.

    Or were you just ing?
    I didn't see it that way. I think going above and beyond would mean charging Ben...

    Victim, alleged victim, accuser... whatever. I don't think he went out of his way, honestly I think he went out of his way to not charge Ben and did a great job. There are probably a lot of DA's who would have filed charges and milked this.
    your mind works in a weird way
    says the guy mad at the DA who didn't press charges...

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    Re: Legal experts praise DA in Georgia

    who's mad at him?


    i think he was a little unprofessional with some of his wording, but not mad

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