JGC wrote:I love how people are discounting this when there could be a real victim at play here. Best bet is to let the situation play itself out, and let justice take its course rather than assume no Laker player has ever been legitimately charged with a crime and that all non-Laker players are definitely guilty.
People are discounting it because:
1. It sounds fishy.
2. Due process
If there's a real assault, you don't wait 4 weeks to file charges, with no physical evidence to boot.
All Hill needs is a halfway decent lawyer here. They can't convict him based on the evidence that supposedly exists. I mean, you could file charges, and have it go to trial, but Hill would be acquitted....because there's no proof that he committed the assault. Unless there were witnesses to that actual assault.
If there were eyewitnesses, he would have been charged long ago.