Last Updated on: 3rd October 2014, 09:16 am
I don’t know if anyone remembers my post about a girl aledging a police officer sexually assaulted her, not filing a formal complaint, bitching when the Special Investigations Unit didn’t come to her doorstep to take her statement and then practically convicting the guy she accused of assaulting her by throwing crap all over the net aboutit, including his name.
Well, the Special Investigations Unit did eventually end up coming to her doorstep and taking her statement, they did a four-month investigation, and they came to the same conclusion that I think everyone did that heard this twisted tale. They actually worded their conclusion quite strongly. They said the alligations were false. Not unsubstantiated, but false. As in “nope, absolutely didn’t happen. Move along, nothin’ to see here.”
You can tell the police chief is tired of this whole thing. I mean, she has not made her side look credible at all. People representing her have been seen downtown burning effigies of this police officer. A fine way to make your side look logical, calm, and rational. She has made veiled threats that if the investigation doesn’t go well, there may be retaliation. Now it’s over, and I’ll admit what he said in the paper sounded a little over the top. He said something to the effect of, “the officer has suffered the most anguish in this whole thing.” If I could see inside the girl’s head and knew that she was lying, then I’d agree with him. But if there was a chance that she still believed it happened, even though it never did, but it was the way she felt, that’s kind of a presumptuous statement to make.
She doesn’t know when a game is over, though. She said to a reporter in an email that it just proves that you can do whatever you want if you have a badge in this society. She says she’s going to pursue other avenues. It would have been nice if she’d actually taken the first step instead of the police taking it for her. She’d better watch out, because she may be in for a few surprise next steps on the police’s part. How long do you think it’ll be before she’s the defendent in a libel suit?