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NYC Police Announce Plans To Charge Harvey Weinstein With Rape [VIDEO]

New York City Police announce plans to arrest mogul Harvey Weinstein for raping actress Paz de la Huerta.  Huerta filed a police report and detectives have investigated the claims and now they are ready to slap the cuffs on Weinstein.  He may have already been arrested but he fled NYC before the investigation was over.  Weinstein was the first in a long line of liberals in Hollywood and the media to be exposed for the wanker he is.

Harvey Weinstein’s return to the Big Apple will be a bitter one it seems, as NYPD Chief of Detectives Robert Boyce revealed on Friday that the disgraced mogul’s arrest is all but imminent.

This bombshell revelation comes just nine days after authorities got a call from actress Paz de la Huerta, who told members of the NYPD that she had been raped by Weinstein on two occasions back in 2010.

‘We have a credible and detailed narrative, and even though the incident occurred seven years ago there has been corroboration from a number of individuals,’ said Chief Boyce.

He went on to say that investigators contacted the district attorney’s office soon after they interviewed de la Huerta and ‘started working the case together.’  

‘We have an actual case here, so we’re happy with where the investigation is right now,’ said Chief Boyce.

‘Mr Weinstein is out of state we would need an arrest warrant, to arrest him. So right now we’re gathering our evidence and we continue to do so, every day. So that’s where we are in the case.’

Chief Boyce also made it very clear that de la Huerta was a strong witness, noting her ‘ability to articulate each and every movement of the crime, where she was, where they met, where this happened and what he did.

The case was further bolstered because De la Huerta was the first victim who was allegedly assaulted by Weinstein after 2006, when New York did away with the statute of limitations in instances of rape, criminal sexual act or aggravated sexual abuse in the first degree .

The assaults alleged by the other two women took place before that law was changed, which means that even if the district attorney’s office files charges against Weinstein in those cases they could be tossed out of court by a judge.

H/T The Mail Online



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