fair point always hated that law he got off literallyKraft already won, his case was indefinitely suspended because a federal judge ruled that the "sneak and peak" undercover video was not admissable as evidence because it didnt conform to wire-tapping laws....
Without that video, the prosecutor has no case. They're appealing the decision but most likely the Appellate court will just uphold the decision because this case was a total waste of time...
That's why it's statutory...the gov't has to draw a line at some age. Though I think you give teenagers a little too much credit for their common sense.I'm of 2 minds about Epstein.
None of the girls were forced, they could have said no anytime, it's not like they're stupid, even an 11 year old girl is wise enough to say no when being in a compromised position.
But they all choose to have the money to buy what they wanted.
But some of them were way too young at 13 or 14?
Still very subjective for me.
A 16 year old has pretty much the same mindset as a 21 year old women. From thereon they only get angrier as they age, nothing much changes though.That's why it's statutory...the gov't has to draw a line at some age. Though I think you give teenagers a little too much credit for their common sense.
Anyway it sounds like Epstein used his one-percenter get out of jail free card back in '08. He's entitled to a fair trial, but it doesn't look good for him.
The whole thing is politics. It's who Epstein is connected to is the reason why he was busted. How common is banging teenage girls when you are rich and famous? Think about rock stars.