> John in Carolina and everyone is waiting for some sort of official report on this incident at Blinco's Sports Bar in Raleigh:
It’s now more than 100 hours since an alleged assault by Durham police officers just before midnight last Thursday in the parking lot of a Raleigh sports bar.> News & Observer:
And guess what? I can’t find a single local news organization that’s publicly complaining about the Raleigh City Police delay in completing and making public the incident report. I also can't find a local news organization that's asking: "Why the delay?"
As I pointed out in a post Sunday, it’s standard practice for police to prepare an incident report on the scene or within a few hours of the incident, and then make the report available to media and other interested parties.
District Attorney Mike Nifong should be worried that the lead detective in the Duke lacrosse rape case is being investigated over a late-night brawl outside a Raleigh sports bar, former Durham prosecutors said Monday.> AP reported yesterday:
Kim Roberts faced a hearing on a probation violation on May 30th, but it was postponed until today. Today's scheduled hearing is now set for September 25th.> Michael Gaynor offers advice for leveling the playing field.
Duke lacrosse: Waiting for police "arrangements?" [John in Carolina, July 25, 2006]
Police conduct adds new turmoil to lacrosse case [NewsObserver.com, July 25, 2006]
Hearing Postponed for Duke Party Dancer [abc11tv.com, July 24, 2006]
The Duke Three should learn from Justice Thomas, "Willie," and Racine [Michael Gaynor | renewamerica.com, July 25, 2006]
Duke Lacrosse Case [TJN Archives]