Nothing to see here

Posted: March 13, 2013 by Sean M. in News, Union Wins Again

Okay, so there is one thing to see. Remember when this happened back in December?

Well, it was announced the other day that no charges are being filed in connection with that incident.

Ingham County Prosecutor Stuart Dunnings III “will not be authorizing criminal charges in this case,” Shanon Banner, a spokeswoman for the Michigan State Police, wrote in an e-mail to the Erik Wemple Blog this morning.

Dunnings said in an interview that the video his office originally reviewed on the matter “appeared to have been edited.” A subsequent review of what the prosecutor termed “unedited” video helped the office reach its decision not to proceed with a case.

“A look at the unedited video, taken in conjunction with the statements of the alleged victim and the alleged assailant, led me to the conclusion that I would not authorize issuance of the warrant,” Dunnings said.

Now, I wasn’t there, I haven’t seen or heard the testimony, and I am not an attorney, so I’m not going to say that Dunnings made a bad call. What I will do is point you to his campaign website. Go ahead and click over there and take a look. Notice anything? Maybe up there by that statue of Justice? Yeah.

Like I said, nothing to see here.

  1. Veeshir says:

    Rule by law instead of rule of law.


  2. Rob in Katy says:

    Say, isn’t there a Federal group that is suppose to step in when State and Local law enforcement neglect or ignore enforcing the law… sorry, forgot where I was for a moment.

  3. DejahThoris says:

    Well, DUH, The honorable Mr. Dunnings clearly states on his website that he only focuses on prosecuting “serious, violent felons“…such as right-to-work gun-owners, not regular folk. The bow-tie proves he’s an ethical and righteous man.

  4. Elliott says:

    You mean the website that appears to be made in the mid-90’s and includes a picture of what appears to be a child molester?

  5. jokelly65 says:

    always be suspicious of any one that wears a bow tie or smiles to much, and be particularly suspicious of some one who does both.

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