Duke Lacrosse Rape Story Getting Murkier
This makes me a little suspicious
:Meanwhile, the district attorney began downplaying a link between the results of DNA tests that are expected as early as next week and any possible charges. He also said the DNA test results might not be made public when they return from the state forensics lab.
The lacrosse players and their attorneys have said the test results would prove the rape allegations are false. Police, applying for a court order compelling the DNA samples from 46 players, said the tests would "show conclusive evidence as to who the suspect(s) are in the alleged violent attack upon this victim."
They're backing away from the DNA, which the lawyers and lacross players claim will exonerate them. The article also raises questions about the reported timeline of the event; police reported that the house seemed empty only minutes before the alleged victim called 911.
Hat Tip: Steven Donahue