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One of the "victims" is no where to be found. The evidence is phony voice recordings and two inconsistent police reports and the reporting officers. The "ghost victim" is alleging a weapon (no weapon recovered or evidence of a weapon) shouldn't that allegation be thrown out? Is this enough for a conviction? How much time, if any?
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