Knowing what I know now and all that's been broadcast on the news and in media, I think I would have definitely … made a different decision . . . I don't think I could have made a decision to go forward with the charges that were put before us. I don't think those charges would have been the proper charges, based on what I know now.
The other, remarkably, said that he had no regrets about the decision to indict, but nonetheless now had doubts about the case. Both expressed puzzlement as to how Nifong could not have dropped all charges after the accuser radically changed her story on December 21.
The special prosecutor has promised a thorough inquiry: one aspect should be granting immunity to the grand jurors from any contempt charge, and allowing them to reveal what they were told.