Saturday, November 23, 2013

why wasn't this on the news?

Hey, remember when that crazy stripper bitch accused the Duke lacrosse team of gang-raping her, and then, after everyone's lives were ruined, it turned out she made the whole thing up?

 Yeah, she's in her local news again. She just got convicted for murder.

A Durham jury found former Duke Lacrosse accuser Crystal Mangum guilty of second-degree murder Friday.
       Mangum previously made national headlines in 2006 when she accused a group of Duke University lacrosse players of sexually assaulting her while she worked as a stripper at a party. The accusations were later found to be false and North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper dismissed all charges filed against the students.

       Oh, they failed to mention that the prosecutor got busted too for lying about all this. Remember Mike Nifong? Guy who got convicted and disbarred?  They're still working out the civil penalty over that. Last I heard it was somewhere around $180 million.

      I'm not sure why this isn't in the headlines. Maybe because it doesn't fit the victim narrative. False rape accusations aren't something the media likes to acknowledge as a thing. Murder, on the other hand, should be apolitical... obviously not.

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