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Casserly: Forensics could hurt Sterger legal case

Posted on: January 2, 2011 12:53 pm
Edited on: January 2, 2011 3:23 pm
 
Posted by Will Brinson

The NFL has moved on from the Brett Favre - Jenn Sterger case, thankfully, after fining the quarterback $50,000 for his lack of cooperation in the investigation.

On The NFL Today , Charley Casserly provided some details of the reason for Favre's fine.

"The NFL told me the specific reasons for the $50,000 fine were the following things," Casserly said. "That he wasn't candid in his interviews, gave half answers, minimized things and wasn't completely honest about the number of communications he had with Jenn Sterger."

Casserly also raised a very interesting point about the forensic investigation into the communications sent that could make things difficult if Sterger decides to pursue the matter in a court of law.

"Now one other point in the investigation -- both sides agreed on using the same company to study the forsenic evidence. That forensic evidence came back and was not conclusive that Brett Favre could definitely have been proven to send those messages," Casserly said. "That doesn't bode well for Sterger if she wants to pursue this in the legal system."

Casserly's absolutely correct -- if the forensic company that Sterger agreed to use couldn't find specific proof that Favre did anything wrong as it relates to the NFL's investigation, there's a precedent already set for use in any (totally hypothetical at this point) legal case.

Although Team Sterger could certainly find another forensics team that does find proof, her agreement to use a prior company would greatly hamper the viability of any further evidence.



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Casserly: Forensics could hurt Sterger legal case

If this was your daughter would you be calling her a whore?  Probably not.  Have you actually heard the voice mails?  It's Farve - no doubt.  He even admitted this.  She may be a whore...we don't know for sure.  But we do know that Farve has lied about this.....what conclusion would this typically mean????  He's obviously trying to hide something.  Now 2 more women are filing charges against him.....Steve McNair all over again...but this time it will be Farve's wife doing the shooting! 




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