While I don't know either of these people, I do find David's conclusions about the case very archaic. It takes us back to the day when people said if you dress like you want it, then you deserve to get it. So what if she exchanged sexually explicit texts and pictures with him. Does that mean that he has the right to have sex with her if she is saying no? David just took away all the things women have fought for in relation to this case. It should have been tried. Period. I used to have respect for him, but I just can't seem to find that respect now.
Before any of you get your panties in a bunch, I did not say that either party was guilty. Think about your daughters. If they did that with a boy, then he had sex with her while she said no, what would you do? Say she deserved it.
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