Sort of ancient history. The short story being a teenage black woman accused some white men of rape. Falsely as it turned out.
Among the bad things that happened is that the Reverend Al Sharpton became a “civil rights leader”. Which doesn’t say anything particularly good about the civil rights movement or the media for that matter.
One of the people harmed by the accusation filed a law suite against Brawley and won a judgement. Then she skipped town and was no where to be found until the New York Post tracked her down in Virginia.
This is the “Huh?” part.
“If she is not going to tell the truth, then it is about the money. That is the only way to hold her accountable,” said Pagones, who is now principal owner of a private investigations firm.
He owns a private investigation firm and his people couldn’t find Brawley?
Isn’t that what private investigators do?
It just seems odd to me.
Besides I haven’t had anything else to blog about lately.
Hopefully I’ll get back on track soon. My life has changed (for the better) in a major way and the path my blogging might take is still unclear to me.