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Flowerpower: Listening to both sides of this issue is not "one-sided". I am sorry you only care what this paper and the MI City Police assert. The incomplete story the paper spins is based on flawed weak and unsubtantiated testimony of the victims account. The phone conversation with the police monitoring it is a good example of an incomplete story. I am still waiting to hear what the witnesses heard on the other end of the phone line. The accussed claims he was teasing the victim and that at least two of his employees were in the room at the time. I find it revealing that the victim chose to ask her old lover for help yet when denied she makes certain claims that she cannot substantiate. Again, if she did not want to relive her experiences with the accussed, why did she go to him for help? Why did she agree to see him after business hours? Why not go to a free clinic? Lotta questions remain. Listening to both sides is hardly chauvinistic and biased.
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