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Response to Fresh_Start (Reply #10)

Fri Feb 8, 2019, 07:18 PM

13. If it's because one is a crime, does a standard of evidence have to be met?

Even if he can't be adjudicated in a court of law due to statute of limitations (wtf??), at least before suffering consequences of guilt, shouldn't the accused have some opportunity to face his accuser(s) and clear his name?

For what it's worth, the second accuser claims to have corroborating statements that she told other people what happened at the time. That makes hers a more substantive allegation. But still, he is denying it and calling for an investigation.

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