If you did not do anything wrong, you just have to put your faith in God and we suppose this is just want this former inmate, Brian Banks did when he was falsely accused of rape. Several years ago Banks was offered to play at the University of Southern California while attending a high school in Long Beach, California. However, his dreams began to crumble when his classmate allegedly reported he had kidnapped and rapped her. SCR readers, there is such a thing as the Devil setting innocent people up, simply because they refuse to do wrong.
In this case of Brian Banks, he was a young black man who could have been out of school dealing drugs, but no, he was a student who had a goal to become a great football player. When something like this occurs in a young black man's life, it could turn them to bitterness, but Brian must have kept the faith, even after having to register as a sex offender, according to CNN.com. Thank God for the California Innocence Project that revealed the accuser did not tell the truth.
You see, not all the time are people guilty of doing wrong, often times their accuser may lie either to get attention or maybe because they just do not like the person. This is why it is not always good to believe the accuser, but look at all the evidence, because just because they accuse someone, it does not means it is true.
Now, the 26-year-old former inmate, Brian Banks will join a pro football team, the Las Vegas Locomotives and pursue his long lost career.
In the meantime, we will keep Brian Banks in our prayers and we hope the accuser has apologized to him and repented to God.
Former inmate exonerated in rape case joins pro football team
Brian Banks' professional football dream is one step closer to coming true.
Then he was accused of rape. Fearing a potentially long sentence, he followed the advice of his attorney and...Read full article, here.