Monday, April 16, 2007

Quote of the day

Some moonbat chick on the dismissal of charges against the Duke lacrosse team:
The charges were dropped. Does this mean that they are innocent?

Well...uhhh....yeah. Yeah, Toots, it means exactly that, especially since that Attorney General feller said so:
"We believe that these cases were the tragic result of a rush to accuse and a failure to verify serious allegations," Cooper said. "Based on the significant inconsistencies between the evidence and the various accounts given by the accusing witness, we believe these three individuals are innocent of these charges."

Cooper's declaration that the three were innocent -- a word prosecutors rarely use -- brought a long-awaited freedom for men who lived the past year under the threat of decades in prison.

He jumped through hoops to say that they were exonerated and innocent. He didn't say "lack of evidence" or "inconsistency in testimony" or any technicalities like that. No, he said "innocent". Google it, Yummybritches.

Her post is entitled "You will not shame me", though I'm convinced she left off the words "into accepting reality".

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