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Tuesday, August 03, 2004

Prosecutor wants evidence hidden?
"If in fact you were to rule that all of the rape-shield
evidence were going to come in this case, I'm thinking the
prosecution is going to sit down and re-evaluate the quality of its
case and its chances of a successful prosecution," Prosecutor
Ingrid Bakke told the judge."

So said Kobe Bryant's prosecutor, Ingrid Bakke.

Let me get this straight: Ms. Bakke is arguing against evidence being introduced because doing so would tend to exonerate Bryant? Huh? Shouldn't she be interested in evidence that would tend to reveal the truth? I can't say whether Kobe is guilty or not, but certainly the prosecutor doesn't want to prosecute an innocent man, right? Certainly a prosecutor wants all evidence to be available to jurors, right?

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