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    the accuser was an NBA

    It's beginning to look more and more like the accuser was an NBA
    groupie. Several major publications said the accuser was well known
    among NBA players as a groupie. Her family were season ticket holders
    for the Denver Nuggets Pro basketball team. There were even
    unconfirmed reports that the accuser could have done this before, and
    was the same person that said a Utah Jazz player raped her when she
    was 17 years old. However, she settled out of court and the her
    records were sealed because she was a minor. At this point this is
    unconfirmed and only a rumor. I heard Deshaun Stevenson of the Utah
    Jazz might have been the player. Once again, this is only a rumor,
    and nothing has been confirmed. Does anyone have more information
    about the Deshaun Stevenson case ? Or if in fact Deshaun Stevenson was
    the Utah Jazz player that was involved in a sex controversy? If you
    have any information please post it on the message board. This will
    help answer alot of questions.
    The news media has held back the name of 19-year-old Katelyn Kristine Faber,
    for months. After NBA star Kobe Bryant was formally charged with Class 3
    felony sexual assault, it was assumed that there would be a presumption of
    innocence for Bryant, and an expectation of anonymity for the alleged
    victim.

    Tom Leykis, host of a syndicated radio talk-show has been publicly stating
    her name on the air for days. "We're told that rape is violence, not sex,
    and if that's true there's no reason she should feel shame or
    embarrassment," Leykis said, adding that he felt that it was unfair to name
    Bryant but not his accuser. More recently, The Globe has identified the
    accuser.

    Despite Leykis' take on the matter, rape is a serious and traumatic crime
    that makes the victim feel ashamed and withdrawn. For those with the
    courage to come forward, anonymity is often sought as a means for the victim
    to privately start the heeling process with close friends and family.

    In this case, more than a dozen of the American Idol reject's 'friends' have
    come forward to discuss the matter and their alleged conversations with the
    accuser. In just the past week alone, Lindsey McKinney, 18, Ashley Scriver,
    19, Sara Lombardi, 17, Rachel Yandle, Janelle Medina, 19, Casey Strickler,
    Sharon Smith, 17, Tyson Ivie, 18, Brigitte Lowry, Sara Dabner, 17, Josh
    Putnam, Stephanie Morris, 17, Steve Evancho, and Luke Bray, have all had
    their fifteen minutes of fame to discuss the various aspects of the case -
    and many have corroborated facts that are not necessarily complimentary to
    the accuser.

    According to a July 22nd NBC report, the alleged 'rape victim' was at a
    party last week - three days before Kobe Bryant was formerly charged -
    "bragging" about the incident, and even gave a graphic description of
    Bryant's anatomy to the astonishment of five witnesses. University of
    Northern Colorado campus police were called when she overdosed on February
    25th, and was taken to the hospital. UNC Police Chief Terry Urista said "An
    officer determined she was a danger to herself," he said. "It's classified
    as a mental health issue." The Orange County Register also reported that
    she had overdosed on drugs - again - a few weeks before the alleged sexual
    assault. This has also been corroborated by several of her friends.

    While one friend said she thought "it was just a cry for help," others
    explained the accuser's bizarre behavior on being distraught over a
    tumultuous breakup with a boyfriend and the death of her best friend in an
    automobile accident. Regardless, it does nothing to add to the woman's
    credibility - nor does her recent conduct provide her any exceptional rights
    to anonymity.

    David Silber, a George Washington University psychologist, says many false
    accusations of rape occur "when there's loneliness, a need for attention, or
    a need to feel important." Studies also show that the problem of false
    reporting is more pervasive than many might think. The Institute for
    Psychological Therapies cites a Purdue University study that concluded that
    "false rape allegations constitute 41 percent of the total forcible rape
    cases reported."

    Seeming to enjoy the limelight, the young Eagle County District Attorney,
    Mark Hurlbert, was 'unavoidable for comment' in the days following his
    charges against Bryant. Hurlbert had recently dropped several other
    credible sexual assault cases. Since the latest round of news on Bryant's
    accuser surfaced, he has been uncharacteristically mute, other than to
    assert that the 'victim' is "strong," and won't buckle under media and
    defense pressure. It would appear she buckled long ago, and its just a
    matter of time before further embarrassment is brought to the people of
    Eagle County, Colorado.


    http://www.tabloidcolumn.com/globe-photo.html

    http://www.lizziegrubman.com/kobe_bryant.htm

    http://www.tabloidcolumn.com/kobe-bryant.html

    http://www.2drunk2no.com


    http://www.2drunk2no.com/kobe/


    WOLF! - WOLF!- False charges of rape often a call for help

    http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/733627/posts

    Those accused of rape have rights, too

    http://sports.espn.go.com/nba/news/story?id=1639101

    http://www.boston.com/news/globe/edi...ve_rights_too/

    http://reason.com/cy/cy102803.shtml

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    the accuser was an NBA

    And what specifically is your point?
    Hope you're not trying to ofuscate the issue.
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    Re: the accuser was an NBA

    Ken, I think the point was that the accuser was lying about the "rape". Although I'm not sure about her being an NBA groupie or accusing a Utah Jazz player when she was 17, but for her to be bragging about the size of Bryant and whatnot, I would start to wonder whether or not this was all a scam.

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    Re: the accuser was an NBA

    You're right Joisey gal about Kate's hidden motivation and to me, the scam wasn't originally the creation of Kate but by her mom the next day. To Kate, it was a novelty and she satisfied her curiosity when going up to Kobe's room near midnight for "whatnot" to which seems to be an unanswered question. The days after when she freely volunteered that description to her friends seems to connect back to the factual question of "he said, she said" that one time encounter.

    Do you think Kate's proclivity of sexual adventurism is relevant in explaining her idea of "consent" by her making that sexual description of Kobe's organ?

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    Re: the accuser was an NBA

    That chic is a troll looking to get paid.......I hate her...to think I ALMOST named my daughter kaitlyn.....stupid bitch

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    Re: the accuser was an NBA

    Certainly looks more like an opportunist. Hate is a bit intense. It was just a first date misunderstanding between the two apparently. I think our tax dollars are better spent doing other more serious felony cases.

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    Re: the accuser was an NBA

    I believe from the facts we know that the mom had more to do with kobe being accused of rape then meets the eye. remeber she took 12 long hour before she reported the alleged rape. kobe never completed the deed ,he never climaxed or ejactulated he stopped. K faber made some plans to stay late to meet with kobe such as assigning his room away from body guards.

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    Re: the accuser was an NBA

    Quote Originally Posted by KenInNJ
    I think our tax dollars are better spent doing other more serious felony cases.
    I think in this case it might well be worth every penny, because it may expose the flaws in the Rape Shield laws (not to mention the laws themselves), how poorly police handle investigations and what lengths a DA will go on ridiculous cases. If this was a common Joe rather than Bryant, he'd already be sitting in prison looking a 10 plus years.

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    Expensive Selective Mis-prosecution

    Quote Originally Posted by billpl
    I think in this case it might well be worth every penny, because it may expose the flaws in the Rape Shield laws (not to mention the laws themselves), how poorly police handle investigations and what lengths a DA will go on ridiculous cases. If this was a common Joe rather than Bryant, he'd already be sitting in prison looking a 10 plus years.
    The over-exposure already has caused feminine interest groups to lobby and pass the rape shield law gagging Preliminary Hearings so that almost every false rape claims will clog the court system . This will have a chain effect across every state in the nation to increase taxpayers funding by the billions. Bad laws have substantial community repercussion , that like the effects on wrecking the social and economic fabrics of the black communities. Questionable increase in crime rates, in prosecution, in conviction, in sentencing, in probation, in incarceration, in unemployment, in family breakups, in absentee role-models and in welfare tax roles. Perhaps Barry Scheck will extend his Innocence Project to overzealous prosecutions of false rape victims to show that 1/2 of those poor average joes convicted were caused by the heavy-handedness of the rape shield laws in precluding the defendant's Constitutional "fair trial" in confronting the rape accuser.

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