Thursday, January 11, 2007

Duke rape hoax: Accuser changes story again

Joseph Neff:

In her latest statement to investigators, the accuser in the Duke lacrosse rape case changed her account again about when the alleged gang rape occurred, who attacked her and how.

Defense attorneys filed the statement in court today, arguing that it was more evidence that the woman is an unreliable witness.

The woman adjusted the timing of the assault to earlier in the evening, a time point preceding the well-documented alibi of one accused player, Reade Seligmann. The defense, however, introduced yet more alibi evidence for Seligmann: he was on the cell phone with his girlfriend during the height of the attack as the accuser now times it.

The new version of the events comes from a Dec. 21 interview by Linwood Wilson, chief investigator for Durham District Attorney Mike Nifong. The statement marked the first time anyone from the District Attorney's office discussed the case with the woman since charges were filed in April. The interview came less than a week after a private laboratory director testified that he and Nifong agreed not to report DNA evidence favorable to the three accused players.

It was the Dec. 21 interview that prompted Nifong to drop rape charges the following day against the three players after the woman said she was no longer certain that the men had vaginally assaulted her with their penises.

The three players, Seligmann, David Evans and Collin Finnerty, have called the accusations lies and said they are innocent.

The statement layers new and contradictory accounts over the woman's previous statements:

* In her latest statement she said the attack ended at midnight.

In previous accounts, the woman said the gang-rape ended shortly before she left in the car driven by Kim Roberts, the second dancer. Roberts called 911 as she was driving away at 12:53 a.m., according to police records. This new account leaves 50 minutes unaccounted between the end of the rape and the departure from the party.

The new statement runs contrary to time stamped photos of the party, which show the two women dancing between 12:00 and 12:04 a.m. in the living room of the house at 610 N. Buchanan Blvd.

* In the latest statement, the woman says she arrived at the party at 11:10 p.m. on March 13 and that the rape began at 11:40 p.m. Her cell phone records show that she was on phone with her father and others up to one minute before the rape allegedly started.

* The woman now said her alleged assailants used multiple names.

In previous accounts, she said she was assaulted by three men named "Adam", "Brett" and "Matt." She has given conflicting descriptions of the three men and contradictory accounts of how they assaulted her.

In the Dec. 21 interview, she said for the first time that the players used multiple names. "Dan, Adam and Brett was used by Dave Evans," Wilson wrote. "Adam and Matt was also used by Reade Seligmann. She does not remember a name being used for Collin Finnerty or if he was called by a name."

* The accuser has changed her description of Evans. On April 4, she viewed a photograph of Evans and said it looked like one of her assailants, except that the assailant had a moustache. In the Dec. 21 statement, the woman said the assailant had a five o'clock shadow, not a moustache. Evans has a visible five o'clock shadow in the photograph.

* In her recent statement, the woman said that Evans stood in front of her and made her perform sex on him. In past statements, she said that Seligmann did this.

Nifong could not be reached immediately for comment today.

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At 8:10 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

What Nifong did to these boys was not what a DA is elected to do. He conspired to with the DNA lab to hide evidence and is now under investigation for ethics violation, which an investigation into possible criminal misconduct will probably follow.

If people like Hamilton truly believe in our justice system, then stop attacking the 48 victims of the Nifong-Rape Case and start recognizing behaviors that will quickly identify elected officials who violate public trust.

If these boys are so powerful and privilege, then why can’t they protect themselves from a whore who lied about being raped enjoying all the power of victimhood?

What kind of power and privilege do these boys have that they couldn’t protect themselves from an elected official abusing the powrs of his office for personal gain, has conspired with the DNA lab to hide evidence, and is now conspiring with the poor little black girl to sacrifice three innocent boys lives to stay out of jail?

At 10:06 PM, Blogger hoss_tagge said...

This scumbag of an accuser and the dirtbag Nifong should both be imprisoned. They are both lying, racist trash that should be put away for the same period that they were trying to put away these innocent boys. Morever, all parents of white boys should NOT send their boys to Duke. The liberal arts and humanities programs at Duke and the racist trash faculty that tried to railroad these boys have been exposed for the poseurs that they are.

At 10:47 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree. Crystal Gail Mangum lied, but this lie wouldn't have gotten this far without the criminal misconduct of DA Mike Nifong.

This isn'y a black or white issue. College campuses are becoming over run by fear created by feminist groups claiming all men are evil and all women are morally superio that have to be seduced into sex.

Through Girls Gone Wild, we know that College girls love having sex and exposing themselves to interested on lookers.

We have to remember that college campuses are the safest place for women, and 50% of all rape claims are false.

I agree, don't send your kids to Duke, but not because of the race baiters.


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