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2 months, 4 weeks ago on Jameis Winston walks away from interview with Heather Cox
@BenWinoker @Dez E. And the presence of Jameis Winston's DNA does not prove that she WAS raped. I was just pointing out the fact that the DNA of multiple people in a woman's clothes is IMPORTANT in a case like this. Especially when she claims to be blacking out and has inconsistent versions of the events that happened. It was thought to be important to people with much more information than you or I. I am not sure what else you can bring to the discussion after that.
@BenWinoker The reason it does matter, is that it puts another individual there. There are 2 sources DNA in her clothes when they are examined. The person was not there while she was having sex with Winston, but would you say that blood stains from multiple people at a crime scene don't matter. Here is a good test. The investigators, and police both thought this information was very important. So important that they found him in Ohio without knowing his name. They then got information from him despite his refusal to speak to the police without a subpoena. She can screw as many people as she wants. That's her business, but if you accuse someone of rape, everything you do is under a microscope. Everything you do DOES MATTER.
@haemaker So you already knew the answer but did not know the answer?You just wanted to hear him say it?If she really needed to know the answer to that question, she should have asked before the game while they were chumming it up.
@axhfan Ok. Give us an example of her other hard hitting interviews. Please tell us what is so "hard news" about something we all know the answer to?
@SpearFish Nobody said anything about the SAO declaring him not guilty. He is innocent until proven guilty. If there is insufficient evidence to prove him so then what is he? He can only be guilty or not. If we are just playing with thought experiments let me know.
@BenWinoker @SpearFish What does mean something is that the SAO does not have enough evidence to charge Winston. HE WILL NOT BE CHARGED. HE IS NOT GUILTY of any wrongdoing.
@davebiddle Who told you that was the question that everyone wanted to hear the answer to. I could have answered the question for you last year. Tim Jansen advised his client(rightfully so) NOT TO talk to the media OR the police. This is standard procedure from ANY defense attorney. This information was available to anyone who was interested. How is it possible that "EVERY COLLEGE FOOTBALL FAN" wanted information they already had, rather than know about the game they JUST watched????
Her questions weren't tough at all. How do you define tough? A tough question would have been "Why did you play like garbage in the first half?" or "Are you going to play like you did in the 1st half of this game in the 1st half of the NCG?" Those are tough questions. There isn't a person even close to this case that does not already know why Jameis Winston did not talk to the media about this case. IT IS A NEEDLESS DISTRACTION!!!!!!!!! ESPN seems like they have a vested interest in providing them. In this case Heather Cox(and her superiors) felt like they wanted to add fuel to the fire. They want to create more drama. It is classless and unprofessional to do that intentionally for a sport that you cover as an impartial journalist. If she wants to ask questions like that, do it on 20/20 or 60Minutes.