Now come facts that cast doubt on the charges. If this proves to be a Twanna Brawly situation, will the shrieking champions of justice at Duke stage some new rallies, hoisting the lacross team on their shoulders, demanding arrests and sure-handed prosecution of the the stripper accusers? The same "fact" that pulled me towards the accusations now seems to implicate the accusers.
The righteous crusaders against the overwhelming tsunami of American anti-black racism might take note at how long it took presumably white cops to respond to the 911 call from a black woman asserting that some white boys called her a nigger: 2 minutes. They might also note how many cop cars appeared: two. And how long they investigated: 11 minutes. (How many cop cars would come out to my home if I called 911 and said the guy accross the street called me a motherfucker? Or even a cracker?)
It seems that black women in the vicinity of Duke have excellent police support against getting called ugly names (which isn't even against the law, as far as I know). Now we move to what the cops found at the lacross house: nothing. No party. No activity.
Fifteen minutes later the rape report gets called in. These ain't the only inconsistencies and super-convienient coincidences...