Letters: Justice for Brian Banks

Re “Outlook unclear for rape accuser,” May 26

It is mind-boggling that prosecutors can have any reservation about going after Brian Banks’ false accuser, Wanetta Gibson. Banks spent five years of his life in prison while he could have been playing professional football. Gibson collected $750,000 in a bogus lawsuit against a school. Need I say more?

Gibson should be prosecuted expeditiously, independent of the merits of a successful or unsuccessful verdict

Although Banks is technically not a war veteran, indirectly he is. He just finished a hellish war. I hope Banks had a happy Memorial Day; he deserved a break.


Stephen Bonick

Beverly Hills


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