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Trial begins for man accused of rape

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Testimony began Tuesday in the fourth rape trial in Richmond County Superior Court for Darrell Oliver, 37.

Oliver has pleaded not guilty to rape and burglary in connection with what happened to a mother of three on the Saturday night after Thanksgiving, Nov. 27, 2021.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. TAP needs to get a ruling on this case from the Democrat senators on the Judiciary Committee who ran the Brett Kavanaugh SCOTUS nomination hearings. Why aren’t the feminists who wanted to crucify Kavanaugh screaming at the sky about this guy? Oh, nobody is paying them to do it.

  2. I believe this guy has used all his “stay out of jail cards”. Now all my life I have been told that no two people have the same finger print. Now attorney Cross says there is a credibility issue of the finger print identification that just happened to belong to a suspect in several rape cases. Bow looks pretty snug to me…

  3. His lawyer is attempting to use fallacious logic. Absence of evidence does not equal evidence of absence. Any high school debate team member could tell you that. Just because the victim did not see his gold teeth does not suggest that he wasn’t there.

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