The story Elaine Brewster shared was clearly quite convincing, or at least enough to attract the attention of one prosecutor – Gregory Justis. Mr. Justis not only accepted the assignment, but did so with gusto and charged in valiantly to mount a crusade of biblical proportions in the name of Elaine Brewster.
However, no matter which way an observer views the pile of “evidence” he ultimately ended up waiving the white flag when he filed a Nolle Prosequi. Before doing so, he acted above the law and made unsubstantiated claims and made every effort to drag a clean name through the mud and turn the matter into a soapbox sermon.
Sort of makes one question the nature and validity of the end goal…
- Was he looking to make a statement in his attempt to escape the his father’s shadow and make a name for himself?
- Did he see red when he learned that the defendant’s middle name was one in the same as one of the largest business publications in the world?
- Did he wish to challenge the precedent set by Mike Nifong that most know simply as the ‘Duke Lacrosse Scandal‘
- Were Gregory Justis’ sights set on recreating the Ron Williamson debacle that took place in Ada, Oklahoma back in 1982?
- Did he simply wake up on the wrong side of the bed?
The true answer to this question will remain shrouded in mystery unless a genuine awakening or spontaneous enlightenment occurs in Charlevoix, Michigan.