Thursday, November 4, 2010

He Said, She Said?

A western-Colorado District Attorney is under indictment for exposing himself to 3 women who worked in office over the last few years. Here's an excerpt from the summary by the Associated Press:

"Prosecutors with the state attorney general’s office filed a seven-count complaint against 48-year-old Myrl Serra (pic)Wednesday.  The Daily Sentinel reports that prosecutor Robert Shapiro said that investigators had evidence of one women’s allegations when Serra was arrested and later discovered allegations by two more women.

One of Serra’s attorneys says it’s a 'he-said, she-said' case with no physical evidence.  According to charging documents, Serra is also accused of extortion and having felony unlawful sexual contact sometime in April"
I always like it when I read or see where a defense attorney says, it's a He Said, She Said case as if that exonerates a pervert.  In this case it appears that its a He Said, She Said, She Said, She Said--case.  Good luck with that defense!

1 comment:

  1. listen quietly for a moment and you can probably hear that sweet banjo music playing- all the way from Colorado, eh?

    what the heck is the matter with the D.A.'s in western Colorado, anyway? do they behave like this anywhere else? just wondering...