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03-23-2015, 11:09 PM
Fraternity set to sue after police suspend UVA rape investigation because there is NO evidence of a crime and the member victim 'Jackie' named does not seem to exist at all

Charlottesville Police Department announced findings of investigation into alleged gang-rape at University of Virginia detailed in Rolling Stone
Chief Timothy Longo said Monday that detectives could not confirm gang rape happened, or that frat brother who 'organized' the attack exists
The story published last November is based on an account from a UVA student named Jackie - who has remained anonymous
Police say Jackie refused to cooperate with the police investigation when the story came out
The investigation will remain open in case Jackie breaks her silence or any other witnesses come forward
The UVA Phi Kappa Psi chapter president said in a statement on Monday that they are considering suing Rolling Stone

Four months after a Rolling Stone article about an alleged gang rape at a University of Virginia fraternity ignited fury across the country, police have come out to refute the facts of the story.

On Monday, Charlottesville Police Chief Timothy Longo held a press conference to announce that his department have been unable to confirm the rape described in the article happened.

Moreover, they were never able to determine whether the fraternity brother who allegedly masterminded the assault - named by victim 'Jackie' as 'Haven Monahan' - ever existed.

Longo carefully shied away from outright calling Jackie's story false and said the investigation would only be suspended - and not fully closed - in case she decides to break her silence and cooperate or more witnesses come forward.

He said he could not conscionably close the investigation since the findings do not prove 'that something terrible didn't happen to Jackie'.

'All I can tell you is that there is no substantive basis to conclude that what was reported in that article happened,' he added.

Longo's findings were enough for the fraternity to threaten legal action against Rolling Stone for the article they now call 'defamatory'.

Following the conference on Monday, chapter President Stephen Scipione announced that the organization is 'exploring its legal options to address the extensive damaged caused by Rolling Stone....

Silent: Police say the victim, identified as Jackie (blurred in the above pictured, since she has chosen to remain anonymous), refused to cooperate with their investigation into her allegations

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3007382/Investigation-prompted-alleged-rape-story-released.html#ixzz3VGjgVF00

03-23-2015, 11:19 PM

Multiple sources are confirming to GotNews.com that Jackie Coakley is the girl who was the Rolling Stone reporter’s source.

“Jackie” asked not to be included in Sabrina Rubin Erdely’s story but Rubin included her anyways.

From Rolling Stone story.

Jackie had a strained relationship with her father (lol), in whose eyes she’d never felt good enough, and always responded by exceeding expectations – honor roll, swim team, first-chair violin – becoming the role model for her two younger brothers.

Jaqueline Coakley of Stafford VA appears to have two brothers, John and Matthew.