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What are you hoping to do about this?
Are you asking if you can appeal?
Well, if this is a historical allegation then dates will be fluid.
Also, there is always the possibility that they just rejected your evidence. One side is always going to be believed over the other.
indictments are generally drafted to include specimen counts so that dates are not all that important where ongoing abuse is alleged.
There are a lot of false allegations but this specific evidence doesn't render an allegation automatically false.
If you ask a more specific question I might be able to offer more.
Not really. Unless the date is a material averment.
To be wholly honest, it is not likely he was not capable. There are very few people who are not capable of abuse and usually they are the ones lying in a coma. It is not an act that demands much dexterity.
There are lot of false allegations but it does not prove that this one was not true to say that he was in a wheelchair.