Three black males accused of robbing and raping a couple on Detroit's west side were allowed to walk.
The male victim couldn't be located and the female victim refused to testify.
We can only speculate why the couple went MIA.
According to ClickOnDetroit.com, "The accusers, a 21-year-old woman and a 22-year-old man, had reported being confronted by a group of six men, forced to undress and robbed at gunpoint in an alley. The woman also was allegedly raped."
Detroit's west side had been terrorized in recent weeks by serial rapes committed by a black pack; presumed to be the same males that were set free last week. The pattern in each attack was the same: The victims were forced to undress, the man was beaten then forced to watch as his female partner was gang raped.
The couples were presumed to be white, though the media refused to profile the attackers and their victims by race.
Somehow Geraldo missed this one.
The news was reported August 11, 2015.
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All charges against three men who were accused in the robbery and rape of a couple on Detroit's west side have been dropped.
Chico Bruce, 22, Antoine Orr, 18, and Jordan Alexander Reese, 17, were facing charges of criminal sexual conduct, kidnapping and armed robbery in connection with the gang-style crime that happened July 16 in the 10300 block of West McNichols Road. But prosecutors on Tuesday said the accusers would not be pursuing charges and asked Judge Kenneth King to dismiss the cases.
Sources say the male accuser couldn't be located and the female accuser refused to testify.
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