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Thursday, December 18, 2014

U.Va. rape accuser's friends begin to doubt story

Three friends of the alleged University of Virginia rape victim are growing more skeptical about her account, saying they have doubts about information she gave them and why she belatedly tried to get herself deleted from the Rolling Stone article that engulfed their campus in controversy.
The friends say among their concerns is the fact that the woman, named only as “Jackie” in the article, gave them a cellphone number so they could text a man she said she was seeing about three weeks before she alleged she was gang-raped at a fraternity house.


Anonymous said...

There always seems to be a nutty attention seeking chick on every college campus.

Anonymous said...

Agreed 10:44! Mothers and fathers warn your sons to recognize and keep a safe distance from those disturbed women.

Anonymous said...

U better. When caught or embarresed girls can do some Triphln things. Sickening & a travesty to females who ve been genuinely abused &/or raped