There were plenty of witnesses to that fact and the case should have continued.
Let's say the first time she had sex with somebody, she was drunk but awake and actually participating, that still does not excuse what happened afterwards, moving her to 2 more parties to share her with other people. Each act was a crime in and of itself.
I don't see how, with the mountain of evidence, they dropped the charges.
There had to be something else going on here.
Both of y'alls thoughts here seem to present situations where animosity prior to knowledge has been shown mostly because of the idea of jumping the gun. One shows where a community jumped too quickly to condemn the alleged rapists, and this OP shows where a community maybe jumping too soon to the opposite. So any presumption, imo, simple stokes the potential that someone may be falsely condemned, be it the alleged victim or the allege rapist.
jallman: "It's all good. At least you have a thick skin and can take being poked fun back at without crying. "
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-C G Jung