Wednesday, August 16, 2006

WOMAN TRIES TO CHANGE LAW TO CATCH JAMES BROWN

Jacque Hollander, whose attempt to sue James Brown over an alleged 1988 rape was thrown out as an expired offence under the statute of limitations has pledged to change the law to enable her to press her claim:

Jacque Hollander told The Associated Press she wants her suit against Brown to change the statue of limitation for rape victims. In her civil suit, Hollander said Brown raped her at gunpoint in 1988.

"Car wrecks are a two-year statute of limitation, and I don't see where any rape victim compares to a car wreck," Hollander said.


Brown's lawyers have always denied Hollander's allegations.


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