Monday, December 7, 2009

Child Rape Victim Files Unprecedented Legal Case

from the Justice League of Ohio

Child rape victim files unprecedented legal case against her attacker after prosecutor failes to win an indictment despite dozeens of pages of confessions from the alleged perpetrator.

Relying on dozens of pages of hand written letters of confession from the attacker to the victim and two eye witnesses, a Knox County Ohio victim who is described in court papers as Jane Doe filed an unprecedented legal case against a man she claims raped her over 1100 times between the ages of 9 and 18.

The prosecutor once attempted to indict her attacker but the grand jury issued a no-bill.

The victim is taking this step on her own because she claims that the grand jury has never seen the letters and film found hidden away with the letters was never developed.

Assisted by The Justice League of Ohio and national legal experts from all over the country the victim filed an extraordinary “AFFIDAVIT IN SUPPORT OF ARREST AND PROSECUTION.”

The Affidavit, if successful, will provide a first of its kind opportunity for a victim to seek criminal charges wherein the prosecutor’s efforts were unsuccessful.

The victim is awaiting the court’s decision.

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