LAPD Still Needs More Evidence To Convict Chris Brown
“We don’t have the evidence yet. [Los Angeles police
detectives] are still investigating,” says district attorney spokeswoman Jane Robison, who doesn’t expect
her office to receive the case until at least next week. “If [detectives] determine they need more time they’ll set a new date for him to come into court.”
While everyone who’s seen the battered Rihanna pictures and combed through the reams of circulating reports since the Feb. 8th incident think it’s pretty clear Chris Brown is guilty, the D.A. are being “more thorough than usual ” with this case.
The LAPD are working on building evidence against Chris on a garden variety of charges: “domestic violence, assault resulting in great bodily injury and even attempted murder.”
However, actually booking Chris on any of these may be a pipe dream. It’s often next to impossible to build a felony case when the only two witnesses are the abused and abuser — especially if the abuser is getting cold feet.
Gallery Info: Assorted pictures of Chris Brown