The News & Observer should run several of these letters every day until this injustice ends:
The time has come for Nifong to end this travesty of justice. Every day he waits causes more damage to the people and institutions affected. Every day he waits creates more doubt about our criminal justice system. Every day he waits raises even more questions about his character and credibility.Not a credible case [Dale Hollar Letter | newsobserver.com, July 3, 2006]
The Duke case has even caught the attention of Europeans:
A current US rape case shows just how skewed the liberal media's thinking about race has become.Prisoners of a false paradigm [guardian.co.uk, July 3, 2006]
It would be equitable justice if Mike Nifong can be held accountable for his misconduct. Attorney Jonna Spilbor has a great idea:
Prosecutors Generally Deserve Immunity - But Not in A Case Like This One...Why The Defendants In The Duke Lacrosse Rape Case Can - And Should - Sue Durham's District Attorney For Malicious Prosecution If They Are Acquitted [Jonna Spilbor | Findlaw, June 29, 2006]
If any of Mike Nifong's press conference statements do indeed to be false, I can only hope the defendants will have the spirit and the resources left, at the end of the day, to seek for themselves what this prosecution seems to have all but abandoned: Justice.
John in Carolina follows attorney Alex Charns' investigation of the infamous Duke Lacrosse "Wanted Poster." The City of Durham and Crime Stoppers would now wish for a "never mind" on that obscene hatchet job.
Talking with JinC regulars [JohnInCarolina, July 2, 2006]
Duke lacrosse: Attorney Charns’ email to Durham officials and my interview with him [JohnInCarolina, July 1, 2006]
Knees of jello for Roy Cooper, state attorney general:
This leaves the state’s attorney general, Democrat Roy Cooper. Like everyone else, it seems, in a decisionmaking position in this matter, Cooper’s political self-interest dictates allowing the case to lurch forward: he wants to be governor of North Carolina, and, in a closely divided state, needs the African-American vote to capture the 2008 Democratic nomination and then win the general election.Roy Cooper's Silence [Robert KC Johnson | hnn.us, June 29, 2006]