I know this will probably cause an argument and debate, but I personally think the outcome of this case is a good example. Example of what? Example of "Dormitory Lawyers" on the forums listening to the media and believing that they know "All the Facts"; and giving their opinions accordingly. Whether it's the West Point cadet being separated from the academy or any other case. There's ALWAYS more to the story. Just because you watched/listened to CNN, Fox, MSNBC, Internet, Youtube videos, etc... doesn't mean you know the facts. Here's a perfect example where the media told everyone what to think, and the people bought it. The only problem is: The media didn't know any of the facts, and obviously the jury knew something different. So, the next time people start talking about all the injustices that's happening to someone, especially military related (Being this is a military forum), you might want to take the example lead by many others when they say there's "More to the story". We'd like to believe that we are privy to all the information, but we aren't. Again; not trying to start an argument, but I think this case is a perfect example where the majority; lead by the media; were almost 100% convinced that they knew the case and what the outcome should be.