Saturday, March 30, 2013
Charlie Rogers: An Invitation for Crime Wire
Charlie Rogers reported that three men broke into her home, carved hate slurs into her flesh, and set her house on fire.
She then appeared on television for just under 5 minutes, speaking under 500 words.
Statement Analysis of her words concluded deception. The public responded with overwhelming compassion: donating money, holding vigils and even getting Charlie Rogers memorial tattoos.
Weeks later, she was arrested for filing a false report.
She pled "no contest" to the charge and faces a year in jail along with some hefty fines.
She also maintains her story.
This is an open invitation for Charlie Rogers to tell her story on Crime Wire, and field questions from the chat room.
As with all guests, she will know our position from the start and will be treated respectfully and be allowed to freely share.
Questions will include asking about her account, her legal representation, and if she believes she has done any harm to those who are victims of hate crimes, and if she felt that she had a good lawyer.
What will you do in jail?
What plans do you have for after your sentence?
Will you continue to crusade?
Are you being supported by anyone?
Ms. Rogers, if you'd like this opportunity to appear on Crime Wire, please get in touch via Facebook.