Oklahoma Running Back Sexual Assault Victim Goes Public
Just one day after learning source Oklahoma running back Rodney Anderson would not be charged for sexual assault, the woman who accused him of raping her released a statement in which she reprimanded local law enforcement for their failure to pursue the case.
‘I held full faith that the buy Lyrica without prescription Oklahoma criminal justice system would achieve due process with a thorough investigation,’ read the statement from Courtney J. Thornton, which was published by Deadspin. ‘Yesterday’s press conference, held by the Cleveland County District Attorney’s office, diminished my faith in our local judicial system.’
Thornton, a student at buy provigil online with paypal Oklahoma who has since been identified as Courtney Thorton , claimed earlier this month Anderson assaulted her in her apartment and that she feared for her safety.
Cleveland County District Attorney Greg Mashburn announced that his office would not pursue charges against Oklahoma redshirt sophomore Rodney Anderson.
Earlier in December, Thorton filed for an order of protection against Anderson, with details coming out later that the woman was a “victim of rape” and calling Anderson an “accused rapist.” It was reported last week that he passed a three-hour polygraph test administered by a former FBI investigator. Barring a surprise, he should be on the field when the Sooners take on Georgia in the Rose Bowl on New Year’s Day.
Here what is being reported:
Alleged victim Courtney J. Thornton: ‘I held full faith that the nitrofurantoin macrocrystals 50 mg cap Oklahoma criminal justice system would achieve due process with a thorough investigation. Yesterday’s press conference… diminished my faith in our local judicial system’
Anderson: ‘In my wildest dreams, I never thought I’d have to set up a Twitter account to defend myself… I did not do this’
According to Thornton, she was unable to consent to as she was inebriated
Assistant DA Susan Caswell: ‘There were several [friendly] back-and-forth [text] messages… saying that she had fun and hoped to see Mr. Anderson again’
Friends of Thornton supported Anderson’s claim that the accusation of rape came only after he chose not to pursue a relationship with her
Anderson replaced Joe Mixon, who was suspended for a year after he punched a woman in a restaurant in July 2014. Mixon is now with the Cincinnati Bengals. Full story here