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Old 07-16-2015, 09:34 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by wardancer View Post
I read through, there is talk about basic elements of criminal behavior, but the

jurisdiction of most of the accusations is unclear, while the statute of limitations has not passed.

All it takes is one person going to the District Attorney Office, or Prosecutor where each offense

took place, yet.....why has this not been done, if the facts can be substantiated?

Once the victim is transported across state lines, that takes it to an even higher level....

To hold ANYBODY accountable for their actions, the accusers also must be accountable, and step up.

Let Due Process take it's course.
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