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    Re: Why Does Ben Need to be a Great Person?

    Quote Originally Posted by HeHateMe
    How can the Prosecutor proceed if the ACCUSER is not willing to go through with it? Thats like a Head coach trying to coach a game and the players wont come out of the tunnel.
    Dude, either you're lying about working in the criminal justice field or you need to go back to school for it. The fact is that the state can proceed without the accuser if they so choose. This. happens. all. the. time.
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    Re: Why Does Ben Need to be a Great Person?

    Quote Originally Posted by cruzer8
    Quote Originally Posted by steelblood
    Quote Originally Posted by Prok
    We would KNOW if he raped the girl. And he did NOT. Hell, the DA even said they couldn't even prove probable cause for an arrest.

    I just don't undestand the ppl that are condemning him.
    We would know? How? It is possible that he came to a private settlement with her in which she agreed not to prosecute. It is possible that he raped her (in the Georgia legal system's sense of the word) and then made it go away.

    I don't believe this is the case. But, it is possible.
    It is also possible, like the accuser's representative said, that the family did not want the media attention associated with a trial. It's possible they knew they wouldn't win and decided it wasn't worth the expense and attention to even try.
    If that was the case then WHY not decide the next day or the next week to bow out? Why wait as long as they did and then back out? You never heard of rich people using their money to their benefit? If you were rich and in danger of going to prison you are telling me YOU wouldn't use your money to help yourself? IF Ben did use his money it is the smartest thing he has done in a long time.

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    Re: Why Does Ben Need to be a Great Person?

    Here's a good read about the whole situation. Pretty well sums it up IMO.

    http://ludwig.squarespace.com/politics- ... erger.html

    Thanks to the folks at SU for finding this.

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    Re: Why Does Ben Need to be a Great Person?

    Quote Originally Posted by eniparadoxgma
    Quote Originally Posted by HeHateMe
    How can the Prosecutor proceed if the ACCUSER is not willing to go through with it? Thats like a Head coach trying to coach a game and the players wont come out of the tunnel.
    Dude, either you're lying about working in the criminal justice field or you need to go back to school for it. The fact is that the state can proceed without the accuser if they so choose. This. happens. all. the. time.
    Bingo. There will not be any more response from me on this. it's insanity to keep arguing this imo.

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    Re: Why Does Ben Need to be a Great Person?

    Quote Originally Posted by JTP53609
    Now, I really do not have a strong opinon one way or another on Ben, but if Flacco or Palmer were to be in Big Bens shoes right now, how many in here would be refering to them as rapists??
    I don't know how many would be, but I know the smart ones wouldn't be.

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    Re: Why Does Ben Need to be a Great Person?

    Quote Originally Posted by Prok
    Quote Originally Posted by NJ-STEELER
    Quote Originally Posted by steelblood
    Quote Originally Posted by Prok
    We would KNOW if he raped the girl. And he did NOT. Hell, the DA even said they couldn't even prove probable cause for an arrest.

    I just don't undestand the ppl that are condemning him.
    We would know? How? It is possible that he came to a private settlement with her in which she agreed not to prosecute. .
    wouldn't that lead to the theory that she was out for a money grab from the start?
    If they had ample proof the DA even said they would have pursued charges reguardles. Not sure how that fact gets overlooked. Either way, it's been time for us to move on for quite some time now.

    It's over as far as i'm concerned.
    you dont have to sell me on that. or the DA's own words about "not prosecuting morals, we prosecute Crimes"

    unfortunately, some are too stupid to interpret the point blank words of the man responsible to file a charge

    in addition to (unforunately for them) not being around any partying college aged girls the last 25 years +

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