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@Dez E. @SpearFish He was not declared "not guilty." The SAO indicated they had "insufficient evidence to successfully convict." Two different legal standards.
2 months, 4 weeks ago on Jameis Winston walks away from interview with Heather Cox
@BenWinoker @SpearFish Please re-read my post. My only opinion is that the second DNA sample makes it less likely a CIVIL case will be filed. Any civil attorney would agree.
I'm not sure who decided to screw this poor kid more than the legal system did, but he's getting crappy advice. They could have put this to rest on Thursday afternoon with a controlled interview with a friendly. Not sure if it's the university screwing this up, since he's legally free from anything except potential civil liability (unlikely anything will be filed there, since there was a second DNA sample present), but someone should be fired for how they're advising him. Until he talks about it, they're gonna ask. Having him ask when he's all hyped up on adrenaline makes him look like he doesn't take it seriously. Crap PR move. Having him give "non-answers" about "going higher and higher" as a team to specific questions related to the case, makes him look like he's avoiding it.I feel for the kid. He needs better advisors.