Miscarriage of Justice, Air Force Edition

April 11, 2013, 2:18 am

So–to be clear–it’s not okay for the accuser to have inconsistencies in her testimony:

Franklin, commander of the 3rd Air Force at Ramstein Air Base in Germany, said a host of details led to his decision, including that the victim turned down offers to be driven home from the party, didn’t accurately describe the house layout and gave a version of events that he did not find credible.

but it is for the defendant:

He acknowledged that Wilkerson didn’t pass a polygraph test and that there were some differences between the colonel’s version of events and his wife’s

Actually, it even means good things:

Wilkerson’s wife’s account of the events differed in some details from her husband’s, but Franklin said the conflicts suggested that the two didn’t collude on a manufactured story.

Good to know whose word counts, and whose doesn’t. This is, obviously, for values of “good” that include “appalling” and “awful” and “are you *^)*^^& kidding me?”

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