Separately, the Associated Press reported that prosecutors have raised issues about the woman’s credibility, citing an official who is familiar with the case as saying the issue was not necessarily about the rape accusation itself, but rather questions surrounding the alleged victim’s background that could damage her credibility on the witness stand.
Let me stress this: THE ISSUE WAS NOT NECESSARILY ABOUT THE RAPE ACCUSATION ITSELF, BUT RATHER QUESTIONS SURROUNDING THE VICTIM
Are we clear? This case is no longer whether the rape occurred or not, but whether the victim is someone we should actually consider worthy of providing a testimony.
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