It has been my concern all along – or, rather, since Prinnie abruptly left BehindTheYellowTape without so much as a courtesy call – that the probable intentional manipulation of the facts of the case in regard to what is now known as the Steubenville Rape Case would likely lead to a mistrial if not an outright Motion to Dismiss. And then there’s this…

Steubenville : The Real Story

As I think more about the Motion To Dismiss, it could a real issue. Here’s why.

I was at the last hearing in the case about six weeks agos and one of the issues raised by Ma’lik Richmond’s attorney Walker Madison was a continuence to postpone the trial from its original date of February 13th. That motion was granted and trial was moved to March 13th.

One of Madison’s reasons, stated in open court, was ‘three witnesses’ that the defense said they had just been made aware of.

Are these the same ‘three witnesses’ whose testimony the judge won’t be hearing because of the Kentucky’s judges ruling.

If so, this could be issue because the judge was already aware of the defense feeling they were important to their case and already ruled in favor of pushing back the trial date. So while I consider a total dismissal unlikely, the…

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