In this latest article out of Waxahachie, Joey Dauben has FINALLY been appointed an attorney. Which is very suspicious. Anyone want to tell me why it took two months to get him an appointed when it is supposed to take 72 hours?
Nah, really Brandy, don’t be a conspiracy theorist, everything is copacetic with this case.
Well, another problem, the article says he is in jail for aggravated sexual assault of a child. That is false. There are no aggravated charges on him. There is a huge difference in adding an aggravated charge on this offense. One is the equivalent of statutory rape (consensual underage sex) I know plenty of people will argue that a 15 year old cannot consent. Uh, well I could consent when I was 15. I know plenty of other people that have agreed on this point. I am a Libertarian, not so hardcore that all age of consent should be removed but really 80 years potential sentence four years after an alleged incident with a consenting 15 year old?!?
According to the law, I had until I was 28 years old to file charges on a boyfriend I had when I was 15-16 years of age, who I lied to about my age. This makes sense to people? Not logical people but perpetual victims? Sure.
It is bullshit when he is just now getting an attorney and another point-in-fact that I find interesting… The first indictment released had a blackout on the accuser’s name. Then I got a copy of the indictment without the blackout. Note- the indictment did not have a county seal on it, did not have a proper signature, did not have any attachments of evidence, no statement of witness/victim, no list of investigating officers, no police report filing the charges attached. There is so much missing it is a joke.
However, when Joey’s sister went down to the Navarro County Clerk to get a certified copy of the indictment, there is a different name for the accuser on it than the previous indictments floating around. Pretty curious once again. Not that there are different accusers, it is, the first indictment (with no supporting evidence or county clerk, Navarro County, State of Texas stamps on it) had the accuser’s NICKNAME as the victim. Somewhere along the line the indictment was changed and his real name replaced his nickname in the indictment. I find this very interesting indeed.
I am wondering if the accuser even filed these charges. OR (some Brandy conjecture for you) if during the Ellis County “phishing expedition” raid on all of Joey’s computers and such, there was found some evidence of an inappropriate relationship and the whole thing was pursued as a vendetta against Dauben by the District Attorney’s office?