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Old 03-19-2012, 09:30 AM   #25
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The sad thing is that the family of the victim can scream as loud as they want, but I doubt the prosecutor's office will ever cave in to them. I think their best bet would be to hire a good civil attorney (and there are plenty out there who will take the case now that it's become national news) and sue him, so they can get all of the story, including all of his statements, on record. Then have their attorney sit down with the prosecutor with the transcripts in hand to find how how his actions didn't rise to the level of a criminal act. Not only will they feel the pressure from an attorney, but with the transcripts released, they'd feel national pressure, too.
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