Isn't it funny how the young men in question were guilty until found innocent because everyone was so quick to form an opinion of them without facts?
Yet we'll do the same thing about the attorneys and the woman.
I heard the Defense Lawyer speaking today and he said one of the reasons they were having a hard time bringing charges against the woman is not only did her story change so much, but they are of the opinion she believed all of them. It is possible she is simply mentally ill.
The second thing was if she is charged, then everyone involved goes back to court again and at this point the young men and their families aren't real keen to keep pursuing this thing. They more or less want it over.
I'm not sure how you sue the state over this? I mean it stands to reason the system makes mistakes all the time. Why wouldn't everyone who goes to trial and receives a not guilty verdict not go after the system for false persecution?
I know we have a couple of lawyers in here. Maybe the parents can pursue a civil case against the Prosecutor, but I'm not sure about that let alone going after the state?