Opening Arguments in United States v. Lori Drew:
Kim Zetter of Wired has the story. I feel compelled to point out the very bottom of the story, which briefly notes the side that has mostly been absent from press coverage of the case:
Defense attorney H. Dean Steward, delivering his opening remarks, painted a very different picture. He claimed that Drew knew about the plan to create the hoax MySpace profile and manipulate Meier, but neither encouraged nor participated in it.
Steward told the jury that forensics evidence will prove the account was not created from Drew's computer, and that no messages were sent by Drew.
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