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If this article is credible, I would say that signs point to Winston's innocence. It isn't proof that Kinsman is lying, however it makes the story seem a bit shaky. The part about her claiming to be drugged with no evidence of it in the toxicology report is the particular part that seems to be the biggest piece of evidence in favor of Winston. I suppose it is still possible however, that he did in fact rape her.

The film mentioned however, doesn't seem concerned with the truth, but more about promoting their agenda. I don't like the implication that teams should consider the film in drafting him, because unless there is sufficient evidence of his guilt in the film, it shouldn't be taken into consideration imo.

I've heard stats about college campus sexual assault, and for some of them I HIGHLY doubt they are accurate. I find it very hard to believe that 1 in 5 women on college campuses suffer sexual assault, and if the film did indeed make that up, that's a terrible strategy for promoting a cause imo.

When a lie is outrageous to the point that it isn't believable, it only makes you seem less credible. It's best to stick to the truth imo, however if your going to lie, at least make it a more believable lie. It's like if a kid who doesn't know the material well cheats on a test, they should probably get a few answers wrong on purpose to make it seem more believable to the teacher.

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If this article is credible, I would say that signs point to Winston's innocence. It isn't proof that Kinsman is lying, however it makes the story seem a bit shaky. The part about her claiming to be drugged with no evidence of it in the toxicology report is the particular part that seems to be the biggest piece of evidence in favor of Winston. I suppose it is still possible however, that he did in fact rape her.

The film mentioned however, doesn't seem concerned with the truth, but more about promoting their agenda. I don't like the implication that teams should consider the film in drafting him, because unless there is sufficient evidence of his guilt in the film, it shouldn't be taken into consideration imo.

I've heard stats about college campus sexual assault, and for some of them I HIGHLY doubt they are accurate. I find it very hard to believe that 1 in 5 women on college campuses suffer sexual assault, and if the film did indeed make that up, that's a terrible strategy for promoting a cause imo.

When a lie is outrageous to the point that it isn't believable, it only makes you seem less credible. It's best to stick to the truth imo, however if your going to lie, at least make it a more believable lie. It's like if a kid who doesn't know the material well cheats on a test, they should probably get a few answers wrong on purpose to make it seem more believable to the teacher.

Much of what's said in this article was told to me by some of the women that work with my wife. All nurses, a couple with family in Tallahassee.....and boy, these women TALK! They said this girl is doing nothing more that going for a big time money grab, with the urging of her parents, while using Winston and the uproar in on/off campus college rapes that is so prevalent today. Also that Willie Meggs, the State Attorney is pretty much a known racist, and LOVES busting young black men (doesn't matter who they are or what they do).

So all those trying to say he covered anything up, are full of ****.

***** be Whack!!

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