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Actually no, article clearly says they denied her immediate medical attention which basically means they didn't even check for any supposed evidence, thats not doing their job, thats being incompetent. There's a reason why someone accusing rape gets medical attention first, one to get a possible sperm sample and it can prove or disprove forced sex.

If they did their job she would have seen a doctor first, got questioned after and during an examination. Results of an examination could have worked for or even against her. Medical attention would have been scientific, science is evidence, evidence is proof (for or against), they got no proof because they didn't even know what the hell they were doing.

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