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Nov 18 2013, 03:22 PM
- October 15, 2011
They were still circumstantial. He does not have to be a cop to know that. If the evidence he received made him suspect her, then approach her and ask her about it. Not just come right out and accuse her of doing it, and not listening to anything she had to say. Wasn't she suppose to be his friend. What about giving her the benefit of the doubt.
- Nov 18 2013, 01:59 PM
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- Nov 18 2013, 01:01 PM
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I just flat out don't agree that it was flimsy evidence at all. She still should absolutely be mad at him, but he'd have been a complete moron to not at least think it was her.
The little information he gathered were circumstantial, and it would not have been so bad if he had suspicions, but Eric was convinced that she raped him. So convinced was he, that he ignored all her protestation that she did not do what he was accusing her of.
He's not a cop and he didn't take her to courts. His evidence doesn't have to be more than circumstantial. He was wrong and he knows that now, but he had plenty of evidence supporting what he believed.
Edited by Dee-anne
, Nov 18 2013, 03:23 PM.