New York Times Exposes Tallahassee Cops and Seminole State for the Sleazebags They Really Are

Published on 16-Apr-2014 by Stacey Mickles
Football - NCAA / NCAA Football Daily Update

They're coming to replace the Tallahassee Police Department

The Jameis Winston rape case won't go away.

And now the heavy hitters have come to town.

Although authorities in Florida didn't charge him with rape, it's becoming even more evident they did a poor job of investigating the situation.

The pall of protective reluctance has hung over this sleazefest from the first day the story broke:

When a newspaper like the New York Times can put the Tallahassee police and Florida State University to shame in researching this case, what does that say about messed up priorities in the panhandle?

There will no doubt be some local apologists there who try to play the 'liberal Yankee media' card, but make no mistake: the Grey Lady is the big leagues when it comes to investigative journalism. And there will definitely be no doubt that the favoritism and incompetence in the Winston case existed in appalling abundance.

And now it's just a wait-and-see game on how much fallout will occur for the school, the police department, and Winston.

It's clear the victim has a case. The only question will be if she has the inner strength to pursue it.

The hell of the matter is, this is just the tip of the iceberg. The problem is everywhere. It's insidious. And it's especially disturbing when a damn football team's best interests trump those of the victims.

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