Prosecutor: Nothing ruled out yet in Rutgers case
PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- A spokesman for the Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office says no decision has been made on possible additional charges in the investigation of two Rutgers University students accused of secretly taping another student's gay sexual encounter.
Spokesman Jim O'Neill tells The Associated Press that the investigation is continuing, and no initial court date has been set.
Meanwhile, lawyers for one of the students, Molly Wei, say the Rutgers freshman is innocent Prosecutors charged Wei and fellow freshman Dharun Ravi, of Plainsboro, with invasion of privacy for allegedly using a webcam to broadcast an intimate encounter between Ravi's roommate, 18-year-old freshman Tyler Clementi, and an unnamed man.
Clementi jumped to his death off the George Washington Bridge three days later.
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