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O'Reilly Claims Duke Boys Only Guilty Of " Crude Behavior"

Reported by Deborah - May 15, 2006

Michelle Malkin and Kirsten Powers were paired to debate border issues on the O'Reilly Factor but O'Reilly turned the conversation to the newest development in the neverending Duke case. One of the recently accused Duke students held a press conference today to declare his innocence claiming that everyone is lying. Malkin expressed empathy and outrage while Powers offered a little reality.5/15/06

Malkin claimed that the situation made her "queasy" claiming that the student's declaration of innocence was compelling She added in a righteous tone that it doesn't matter what your politics are everyone should come together in outrage over the injustice the accused students are experiencing.

Kirsten Powers agreed that a false accusation of rape would be wrong but added that the behavior of the boys in question hasn't been mentioned enough. Powers reminded O'Reily and Malkin that these " guys ordered a stripper" and then she asked what happened to "traditional values". Powers accused O'Reilly and Malkin of propping the kids up despite the fact that they're not "choir boys." Malkin wore her evil looking puss of anger in the adjoining box while Powers went on to mention the horrid e-mail where one of the group suggested the victim be skinned and killed.

O'Reilly became the understanding Father figure at this point telling Powers that no doubt the boys were guilty of "crude behavior" explaining that that's how college guys can be. He suggested that acknowledging their crude behavior is different than "having a life destroyed". Big Daddy went on to say, in a kind and indulgent voice,
that this incident should serve as a lesson to other young men.

comment: You know how those whacky college boys can be. All they wanted was a little fun after a hard day in the Lacrosse Field. Everyone knows that hiring two women to strip at a small frat house with 42 extremely drunk young men is just harmless fun. How could anyone suggest that they may be responsible for a violent tragedy.

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