- Mar 20, 2010
Also, wasn't it outside of statute of limitations, until NY changed the law on that fairly recently?Because making sexual assault allegations against rich, powerful businessmen is often met with harassment, abuse, threats, and retaliation, as well as being damaging for someone's future romantic and professional relationships, while having a very low chance of success. This is well known by those who work with victims of sexual assault.
Surprised that's not an illegal ex post facto law, per Stodgers v California. Maybe because it's a civil case instead of criminal?