Obviously he wants that removed. And that can happen if he is granted a new trial and is acquitted. In his first one, he argues, he had inadequate legal representation.
Well, he has filed two kinds of appeals for a new trial. One, reports New York Magazine, has been denied. The other is still pending.
Some of those following this School for Scandal saga are rooting for Labrie. It's not because we assess that he is a fine human being. Like Affluenza Boy Ethan Couch, he seems to be devoid of regard for other human beings.
What counts is justice. The charges against him were by a young woman who seemingly was ambivalent about sex. She was a freshman. He was a senior. She was flattered by the attention. But only after whatever the sexual activity had taken place, she seemed to have second thoughts.
A new trial might present what occurred at St. Paul's between the two in a more objective manner.
As things stand now, Labrie has no future ahead.
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