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Duke University #851902

FNC Evening News for Friday, Apr 28, 2006
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(Studio: Shepard Smith) Confirmation that the alleged victim in the Duke University rape case did accuse 3 other men of raping her ten years ago, but that some of the details are wrong, reported. [District Attorney Mike NIFONG†- says the jury pool’s knowledge of the previous accusations could have an influence.]

(Durham, North Carolina: Marianne Silber) The alleged victim’s previous claim examined; details given on the Rape Shield law, which prevents an alleged victim’s sexual history from being part of the case. [Credmoor, North Carolina, Police Chief Ted POLLARD†- says the old case was never pursued.]

Smith, Shepard;
Silber, Marianne

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