I would like to acknowledge and thank the bloggers for your comments, even though your points of view differ vastly from mine. As was stated, I do not know the three Duke LAXers personally, and I have no ill will towards them. It has come to my attention, however, that they each received seven million dollars ($7,000,000.00) from Duke University (for what, I do not know), and that they each have purchased a customized Porsche. Now I do not hold that against them, because at one time, I had one of my own. They're beautiful cars, and fun to drive.
The point I am trying to make is that North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper and the North Carolina State Bar selectively chose to disbar Mr. Nifong when other prosecutors have conducted themselves far more egregiously than Mr. Nifong, and their innocent defendants have suffered far greater injustice, including loss of liberty. These prosecutors were never disciplined, whereas Mr. Nifong is the only prosecutor to be disbarred by the State Bar since its inception.
If you are interested in taking part in a survey by the "Committee on Justice for Mike Nifong," I would be happy to send you a questionnaire of 36 yes/no questions, with a self-addressed stamped envelope. After participating in the survey, you may have a different perspective about the Duke Lacrosse case and Mr. Nifong. To request a questionnaire, just e-mail the "Committee" at email@example.com with your name and mailing address. I will try to respond with as many questionnaires to interested parties as possible.
Thank you for your interest.